One who tries to eat only locally grown foods.(noun)
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Use "locavore" in a sentence
"And now, he's a farm-to-table guy, just like Chopra who uttered the word locavore last night, like a prayer."
"Around here, where "fine dining" often means two kinds of vinegar for your chips, guffaws greet the term "locavore.""
"But in the heart of Appalachia, where there isn't a critical mass of suppliers or customers for whom the term "locavore" rolls naturally off the tongue, the restaurant remains something of a curiosity."