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- n. the alimentary canal.
- n. The food traditions or customs of a group of people; including a study of their culinary practices, nutritional practices, what people eat and why they eat it, the social practices related to foods as well as nutritional and culinary aspects of foods.
I can't believe you didn't refer to the "eating window" as a "'foodway'"
Nor is it made clear what ancient foodway -- Pollan is basically saying we should return to long-ago ways of eating -- we would be following if we tried to "eat less."
Now, they're collaborating to create a new foodway that will honor a plantation's past and make it relevant for the 21st century.
We tried, but unfortunately, Pittsburgh doesn't really have a strong foodway identity of our own.
Weston A. Price Foundation 10 years ago with the goal of "providing accurate information about nutrition and showing scientific validation of tradition foodway," she said.