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Slow Food Nation: Day 2 Photo Gallery

 

The second day at Slow Food Nation was as sunny as the first, and even more people poured into Civic Center plaza to enjoy the Marketplace, Slow on the Go, the Soapbox, the Victory Garden, and the Food for Thought series nearby at the Herbst Theater. On the other side of the city, thousands of people filled the Taste Pavilions to get their fill of pickles, cheese, ice cream, bread, beer, and much more.

See the entire Slow Food Nation photo album (which is growing larger by the hour) at flickr.

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Sarah Rich is an editor at Dwell magazine, where she specializes in sustainable design and architecture. She was the managing editor of the Slow Food Nation blog leading up to the inaugural 2008 event in San Francisco. She was also the managing editor and co-author of the book Worldchanging: A User's Guide for the 21st Century (Abrams, 2006). Sarah lives in the Mission district of San Francisco where fog is scarce and tacos are not. Read more >

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  1. Slow Food rocks! what a great victory garden, we need more of this in many cities throughout the year, We need to carry this out to our communities atevery scale.... Thank you for all your work!

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