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Climavore
"CLIMAVORE is a long-term project initiated by Cooking Sections in 2015. It sets out to envision seasons of food production and consumption that react to man-induced climatic events and landscape alterations. Different from the now obsolete Eurocentric cycle of spring, summer, autumn and winter, CLIMAVORE rethinks the construction of space and infrastructure by focusing on how climate alterations offer a new set of clues to adapt our diet to them. Unexpected climatic phenomena, like subsidence, flash floods or drought, may span minutes, days, months, years or centuries. CLIMAVORE is then proposed as a form of devouring following their effects on anthropogenic landscapes. Unlike carnivore, omnivore, locavore, vegetarian or vegan, CLIMAVORE is not only about the origin of ingredients, but also about the agency that those ingredients have in providing spatial and infrastructural responses to man-induced climatic events for a certain period of time. At the core is to embrace a flexible form of eating, shifting for instance to drought resistant crops in a period of water scarcity or filter feeders during times of polluted or acidified waters. Framing our diet within a globally financialised landscape, and challenging large-scale agribusiness groups dictating what is to be produced and consumed, the notion of CLIMAVORE critically questions the geopolitical implications behind the making of climate alterations and the pressures they enforce on humans and nonhumans alike.

season@climavore.org

Collaborators: Jesse Connuck (2015), Tanya Kramer (2017), Harry Keene (2017-2018), Blanca Pujals (2017-2018), Matthew Darmour-Paul (2018)
Graphic Design: An Endless Supply"
climavore  climate  food  cooking  seasons  seasonal  climatechange  local  scarcity  multispecies  morethanhuman 
april 2019 by robertogreco
Waldo Jaquith - On the impracticality of a cheeseburger.
"Further reflection revealed that it’s quite impractical—nearly impossible—to make a cheeseburger from scratch. Tomatoes are in season in the late summer. Lettuce is in season in spring and fall. Large mammals are slaughtered in early winter. The process of making such a burger would take nearly a year, and would inherently involve omitting some core cheeseburger ingredients. It would be wildly expensive—requiring a trio of cows—and demand many acres of land. There’s just no sense in it…

There’s some fundamental good in eating honestly, I think. Of knowing where your food comes from—raising it yourself, when you can—and trying to eat foods that could theoretically have existed a century ago. But you can’t take that but so far, or else the whole thing breaks down. As Carl Sagan wrote in Cosmos, “If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe.”"
locavores  local  2011  waldojaquith  cooking  seasonal  sustainability  cheeseburger  food 
february 2012 by robertogreco
SOL Seasonal, Organic, Local - Fresh and healthy organic foods, farm fresh and nutritional - Southern California - WELCOME
"Real Food. Close to Home." Opening soon, SOL Markets will sell the freshest, healthiest local foods and will be available to you seven days a week. We’ll have a bar serving local beer and wine, a café where you can enjoy dishes prepared with ingredients available right in our store, and plenty of opportunities to spend time with and learn from people who grow, prepare and care about quality food and community.

2855 Perry Road, San Diego, CA 92106 · Cómo llegar

Seasonal Organic Local. We sell only the freshest and healthiest food grown by local farmers/ranchers, then serve that food in our cafe along with local beers and wines. Opening soon in Liberty Station."

[See also: http://www.facebook.com/solmarkets?sk=wall ]
sandiego  food  groceries  local  organic  seasonal 
july 2011 by robertogreco
Seasons - For the iPhone
"Nowadays we are used to imported fruits and vegetables being available all year round. But by following the natural seasons you can experience a greater variety of produce all at the very peak of freshness just as nature intended."
iphone  applications  food  sustainability  environment  cooking  seasonal  fruits  csiap  fruit  ios 
july 2009 by robertogreco
Peak-Season Map at Epicurious.com
"Use our interactive map to see what's fresh in your area, plus find ingredient descriptions, shopping guides, recipes, and tips"
food  cooking  recipes  seasonal  maps  mapping  us  local 
may 2008 by robertogreco

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