localvore

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

local +‎ -vore

Noun[edit]

localvore (plural localvores)

  1. Alternative form of locavore (one who eats only locally-grown foods)
    • 2007, Rebecca Kneale Gould, "Binding Life to Values", in Jonathan Isham and Sissel A. Waage (eds.), Ignition: What You Can Do to Fight Global Warming and Spark a Movement,[1] Island Press, →ISBN, page 123,
      The idea of eco-kosher both draws on and contributes to organic, slow food, and “localvore” movements, but it grounds these ideas in an ancient tradition that has always understood eating to be a sacred act that must support the principles of the flourishing of life and the establishment of justice.