There are two ways you can think about food these days: fast or slow. Millions of people hit the drive thru on a daily basis. In fact, a fifth of Americans eat at least one meal a day in their cars. But there are a growing number of people who are saying no to fast food and embracing a new way of eating: slow food. The people behind the slow food movement say they are taking food back to its humble beginnings by seeking out food that is good, clean and fair. For some people in San Diego, slow food is more than just a trend; it’s become their way of life.