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SLOW knowledge captures information about Australian producers, chefs, cooks and food communities through a range of programmes and publishing projects:
- Slow grass seeks to promote – within Australian regions – producers, wineries, chefs, restaurants, markets and retailers who are Slow Food members or those fostering Slow Food principles and using or marketing good, clean and fair food. It extends to information collection for:
- A Slow Food guide to Australia, to enhance community awareness of Slow Food’s principles of good, clean and fair food – who produces and cooks it, where and when it’s available, and those who collaborate with Slow Food in Australia to support it.
- Slow food at the edge of the world, a Slow Food Perth project to capture first-hand information about the cultural diversity of food in Western Australia, particularly foods and recipes brought by immigrants, subsequent ingredient and recipe adaptation, and the use of indigenous foods.
Learn about other Australian projects