foodism

food·ist

 (fo͞o′dĭst)
n.
Informal See foodie.

food′ism n.
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foodism

(ˈfuːdɪzəm)
n
(Cookery) US enthusiasm for and interest in the preparation and consumption of good food
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The raw food diet, or raw foodism, has been gaining popularity, and not just among Hollywood stars but also nutritionists.
Raw foodism doesn't mean all food has to literally be eaten raw - partial cooking is allowed, at certain temperatures.
In charting the changes (and rising fortunes) of food programming, what is most striking is not the sheer, recent ubiquity of programming about cooking and eating, or how such programming feeds the current cultural mainstreaming of 'foodism' (particularly in the United States, my focus in this article).
This month more evidence of the rise of foodism comes in the form of Cairo's second annual amateur cooking competition, co-sponsored by TheGiftery.com and Casper & Gambini's.
(8) Taking heed of Ben Highmore's editorial, our discussion works from a similar understanding of food's 'at once revealing and concealing' potential, but occupies a space left open by the issue as a whole; namely, the investigation of contemporary Britain's foodscape and the multifaceted ways in which food, food culture and foodism are aestheticised and sold through British media, particularly the televisual, in accordance with the priorities of the state and its commitment to capital.
First, the authors trace the rise of contemporary foodism and identify the pursuit of the authentic and the exotic as key to foodie discourse and practice.
Raw foodism is not anti-animal products--it is anti-cooking.
That cover story led to a scientific study, launched on SpiritualtyHealth.com, to determine the effects of different styles of eating: Food Fretting, Task Snacking, Emotional Eating, Fast Foodism, Solo Dining, Unappetizing Atmosphere, and Sensory Disregard.
Some believed raw foods and 'living foods' diets were the same, while others thought 'living foods' to be a higher level of raw foodism because the living foods have a higher energy content.
Is the new foodism the supplanting of politics by aesthetics?
Already foodism is catching on among the uber elites, which means the rest of the upper classes and the middle classes will be following the trends directly.