Once Sarah Weiner realized there was a path in life that involved really good food and saving the planet, there was no stopping her.
Cauliflower, cumin, cashews and coconut? Peanuts, rice, bell peppers and chilies? Pistachios, carrots, currants and lentils? These are energy bars?
Have you ever been in a room filled with 5,000 farmers, activists, chefs and educators from over 150 countries? Until two weeks ago, I could never have imagined such an occurrence. However, having just returned from Terra Madre, the bi-annual international gathering of Slow Food International — a 10,000-member organization founded to counteract the rise in fast food — I can tell you it’s one amazing experience.