12 locavore restaurants in Toronto

A locavore or localvore (the term is a neologism) is a person interested in eating food that is locally produced, not moved long distances to market. One common – but not universal – definition of “local” food is food grown within 100 miles (160 km) of its point of purchase or consumption.



Well it seems every other day a new word or tag pops up.
So what is the reality of juggling letters?
It certainly makes scrabble alot more entertaining,but illegal according to the rules,unless the players define their own of course.

I’ve learned a new word,indeed; haa ha.


Transported from where you ask 😁

Now neologism moves me, but not sure what that is yet.
My first impression is another Tweetled bit of spam spread about by a psychotic blurb on Twitter.
Certainly coined,but not from the medical field of lit.
Pretentious buzz words are on the rise,but who gives a damm.


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Experience: It’s what you get when you were expecting something else.


One thought on “12 locavore restaurants in Toronto

  1. I must admit the thought of becoming a locavore entertains me,and would double my green efforts immensely.So why would you buy oranges from Bolivia when you can purchase them grown in Florida.
    Think of the reasoning behind this practice.


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