slow food movement 의 긍정적인 영향과 앞으로의 전망에 대한 english report
conclusion and summary
However, it is dangerous to eat fast food without any consideration. Foods what we are eating everyday life are not just the foods. It is one of the cultural factors that consist of our society. For instance, Kimchi is not a mere food for Korean. It has cultural meanings itself and Korean people, also, treat it as one of the cultural heritages. However, the problematic thing in the phenomenon of pervasion of fast food is the special ingredient what they have. Almost fast foods contain ‘flavor’. Because of the flavor, consumers buy the fast foods continuously because it is delicious. The preference about a certain food is formed during the first few years of life (Schlosser 123). That means, even a very young child like a toddler could enjoy spicy foods and it could cause the dependence on the flavored foods rather than their own traditional foods. If the child grow up, he or she would have no idea about the taste of their traditional foods because it would be too late to make them internalize their unique taste of their foods. ‘Slow Food’ suggests
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