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That Charcoal Ice Cream Might Be Trendy, But Experts Say It’s No Healthier Than A Standard Scoop

July 19, 2019 | Sammy Caiola

Activated charcoal is popping up on restaurant menus across California, but doctors say it’s not as healthy as it’s made out to be.

Randol White / Capital Public Radio

Food and Sustainability

The Impossible Burger Is Nearly Impossible To Find, So Sacramento Restaurants Are Making Their Own Vegan Patty

June 5, 2019 | Randol White

A spokesperson with Impossible Foods says supply problems are hitting everyone.

Julia Mitric / Capital Public Radio

Food and Sustainability

Sacramento’s First Edible Art Garden Could Soon Pop-Up In Oak Park — And Grow Into A Food Forest

June 5, 2019 | Julia Mitric

There are over 6,000 vacant lots in the city. Oak Park neighbors and community groups are slowly transforming one into an ‘edible art garden.’

Christophe Ena / AP file

Food and Sustainability

The Kitchen Restaurant Wins Sacramento’s First-Ever Michelin Star

June 3, 2019 | Nick Miller

The Michelin Guide, considered one of the top dining honors on the planet, inspected and awarded Sacramento restaurants for the first time this year.

** RCB ** / Flickr

Food and Sustainability

Rain Could Dampen Expectations For Cherry Crop In San Joaquin County

May 21, 2019 | Rich Ibarra

Rain can seep into the cherries at the stem and cause the fruit to split as the cherry swells, making the fruit unmarketable.

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

Food and Sustainability

As Riverside Becomes First California County To Allow Vendors To Sell Home-Cooked Meals, Other Counties Wait And See

May 21, 2019 | Julia Mitric

A law legalizing "micro-enterprise kitchens" in California went into effect in January, but counties must opt-in. Starting in June, home cooks in Riverside will be able to apply for a permit to sell up to 60 home-cooked meals a week.

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