One of the most common threads in the Round Up Crew's answers was conscientious eating. From talking about the famers who grew their vegetables and CSA boxes, to commenting on sustainability. It has become more and more common to consider where your food comes from, how it's raised or grown, and its impact environmentally, and economically and its impact on you personally in terms of health, enjoyment and culture.
What upcoming trend are you most interested in?
More diners being conscientious of what they're eating and where the ingredients are coming from.
More wine drinkers becoming aware of locally made juice.
Suresh Doss -- I spend a lot of time eating and drinking in Ontario, and documenting my experiences through various mediums.
I hope that there's a continued trend of connecting to the source of our food, such as foraging, gardening, visiting farms, or participating in a CSA. I also want to see more people on the quinoa train! I have friends who'd never heard of it until they met me.
Andrea Toole Geek, food enthusiast, blogger, tweeter.
Sustainable fish. Also home-made and in-house made cheeses, charcuterie and preserves.
Sarah B. Hood Writer and food lover
Eating local and supporting small local business generally.
Pronosher I like to eat, try anything new.
More natural and raw ingredients in food
Joel Solish Comical Egoist. Consumed by food. Supporter & champion of all that's local. Interesting & interested. Synonymous with bacon since 1986.
Slow food movement. Started in the city of Bra, Spain by one Carlos Petrini and touching down in Canada's major cities, the Slow food movement is a bout the enjoyment of food and life from the preparation to the clean up.
Rosalie McGrath Writer, Policy analyst and citizen of the world.
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