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Consumers adopt "slow" cooking techniques as grilling is seen as a hobby

Implications - As advanced home cooks search for new ways to prepare traditional dishes, consumers are embracing "slow food" cooking techniques associated with a simpler time. Overall, this progression represents the view of grilling and barbecuing as a hobby, much like coffee, and signals a passion for food that makes preparation, cooking and indulging a pleasurable, all-day activity. As consumers continue to embrace connoisseur culture, individuals are transforming everyday practices into an art form.
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