The once strictly ornamental trees lining San Francisco’s city streets are suddenly bearing fruit. The Guerrilla Grafters intend to turn the foggy city into a food forest while remaining under the radar.
Ben Tseitlin is passionate about raw chocolate, and on Monday evening, San Francisco folks can learn some of his chocolate-making secrets! Not in SF? Don’t fret! Ben’s been kind enough to share a raw chocolate recipe just for us. Check it out below.
San Francisco just passed some strong legislation officially allowing urban gardeners to not only grow their own food but sell or donate it as well.
It seems like the whole wine world is abuzz with talk about American producers of Rhone Varietals. Amazing vintages, high quality, reasonable prices. But, in addition to all the typical wine buzz, I think we need to be talking about American Rhone because sustainability has been a part of the these producer’s ethos for decades.
Marion Nestle of Food Politics weighs in on a Harvard School of Public Health forum on “who decides what your children eat.” She makes some very compelling points supporting the recent Happy Meal toy ban in San Francisco.
There were plenty of people, I’m sure, who hated the recent decision in San Francisco to ban Happy Meal toys (or, more specifically, toy incentives in fast food meals that [ … ]
San Francisco’s city Board of Supervisors overrode Mayor Newsom’s veto, making the Happy Meal ban official. McDonald’s fought hard and even went so far as to make some outrageous claims [ … ]
The San Francisco Happy Meal ban went through yesterday, but it’s not set in stone yet. What comes next, and what would the ordinance require?
As you’ve probably heard, San Francisco is seriously considering banning toys from unhealthy fast food meals (most notably, McDonald’s Happy Meals). There is reportedly a lot of support for the [ … ]
Biosolids are a euphemism for toxic sewage sludge. They have been shown to contain heavy metals and endocrine disruptors, but make their way onto crops year after year.
San Francisco may ban happy meals to break the link between unhealthy kids’ meals and incentive toys.
With three locations in San Francisco the Plant cafe, formerly know as Lettus offers the most creative menu of organic ingredients in the city. Some of their menu offerings include:
We’re announcing the winner next Monday, so head on over to the original post and enter while there’s still time! Samovar is a tea company with a growing online store [ … ]