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    Dining, SFoodie Green Tiffin Offers Unique Vegetarian Spin on Lunchtime Delivery

    Green Tiffin Offers Unique Vegetarian Spin on Lunchtime Delivery

    If the same old lunch options in downtown San Francisco are getting you down, here’s a healthy vegetarian option: Green Tiffin. Adrian Tay was traveling through India a few years ago, on sabbatical from his corporate career. Seeing tiffins…
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    Dining, SFoodie Indulge Your Inner Hippie and Learn About Sustainable Food at This Weekend's Green Festival

    Indulge Your Inner Hippie and Learn About Sustainable Food at This Weekend's Green Festival

    Even if you're not a vegetarian or vegan, there is plenty of interest at this weekend's Green Festival, held at Fort Mason. The festival, now in its 13th year, will feature more than 100 food and drink vendors showcasing…
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    Dining, SFoodie Mission Pie Goes Solar

    Mission Pie Goes Solar

    Mission Pie, already one of the few restaurants to achieve green certification, just ramped up its sustainability with the installation of rooftop solar panels to provide up to a third of its power. "It keeps getting windier in the Mission.…
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    Dining, SFoodie Bay Area Green Tours Explore Local, Sustainable Foods Deliciously

    Bay Area Green Tours Explore Local, Sustainable Foods Deliciously

    Do you love food but also worry about the sustainability of our current system? Yeah, you do. That's why you live here! They say every area gets the food tour it deserves, and so, we have Bay Area Green Tours,…
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    Dining, SFoodie Next Week: Kitchen Table Talks Jaws About Heirloom Fruit

    Next Week: Kitchen Table Talks Jaws About Heirloom Fruit

    On Aug. 31, Kitchen Table Talks (a joint venture of Civil Eats and 18 Reasons) reconvenes at Viracocha to discuss, with curatorial gusto, heirloom fruit. Various stewards of storied seeds, rootstocks, and growing traditions shall be present, including Terry Harrison,…
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    Dining, SFoodie "Shellfish of San Francisco Bay" at 18 Reasons

    "Shellfish of San Francisco Bay" at 18 Reasons

    This Thursday, 4/30, instead of its usual wine tasting, 18 Reasons hosts the first in a series of presentations on seafood. This week, Marilyn Latta of the California Coastal Conservancy and Sumudu Welaratna of Bi-Rite Market will discuss the life…
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    Dining, SFoodie Straight from the Ranch, Part 2: Whole Beasts & Bulk Meat

    Straight from the Ranch, Part 2: Whole Beasts & Bulk Meat

    Whether inspired by health-food notions, the "locavore" movement, Michael Pollan, or a simple desire to save money, these days lots of people are looking to buy their meat as whole animals, in bulk, and/or direct from the producers. If you're…
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    Dining, SFoodie Straight from the Ranch, Part 1: Meat CSAs & Buying Networks

    Straight from the Ranch, Part 1: Meat CSAs & Buying Networks

    Inspired by health-food notions, the "locavore" movement, Michael Pollan, or a simple desire to save money, these days lots of people are looking to buy their meat as whole animals, in bulk, and/or direct from the producers. Buying networks and…
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    Dining, SFoodie Last Night: Tea Tasting at Samovar Zen Valley

    Last Night: Tea Tasting at Samovar Zen Valley

    Samovar Zen Valley Tea TastingPage at Laguna StreetsMarch 4, 2009Better Than: Brewing a generic, borderline metallic-tasting tea bag in your cold, lonely apartment.The Samovar Tea Lounge's Hayes Valley edition has been up and running since the end of 2008,…
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    Dining, SFoodie Today is Square Root Day: Eat Square Roots

    Today is Square Root Day: Eat Square Roots

    CNET reports that today is Square Root Day since the month and day (number 3) are both the square root of the year (09). The holiday is credited to a Redwood City teacher named Ron Gordon, and, according to…
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    Dining, SFoodie Now Open: Outerlands

    Now Open: Outerlands

    Inside Outerlands (4001 Judah), a welcome new addition to an increasingly more charming collection of businesses on the last few blocks where Judah ends at Ocean Beach, the use of mixed wood helps continue the feeling of water,…
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    Dining, SFoodie 2009 Growers Dinners at Jack Falstaff

    2009 Growers Dinners at Jack Falstaff

    Executive Chef Jonnatan Leiva of Jack Falstaff (398 2nd St.) has planned a whole new set of "Growers Dinners" for 2009 in order to bring diners closer to where their food comes from and the people that are responsible…
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    Dining, SFoodie Boccalone P.S.: Pork Butter

    Boccalone P.S.: Pork Butter

    When I visited Boccalone to try their new sandwiches, they also gave me a tub of their new-to-me pork butter, which I was too full to try at the time. This is a concoction chef Chris Cosentino came up with…
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    Dining, SFoodie Free Food 'N Stuff Alert: A Taste of Green

    Free Food 'N Stuff Alert: A Taste of Green

    Huddler's Green Home, an online community for the eco-friendly, will step out of the virtual land to host a real world event with "A Taste of Green." The 90-minute sampling (with gift bags!) of organic products, beverages (tea, beer,…
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    Dining, SFoodie Everything's Coming Up Meat!

    Everything's Coming Up Meat!

    Enthusiasm for local / sustainable / do-it-yourself meat seems to be hitting a new peak, with a slew of events over the next month and a half at which carnivores can study, taste, and feast on all things fleshy:Saturday, 2/14,…
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    Dining, SFoodie Serious Bread: Tartine's Country Loaf

    Serious Bread: Tartine's Country Loaf

    I can't honestly name the best bread in the Bay Area. I could come up with a short list of a dozen or two, but they're so different in style that ranking them wouldn't make much sense. Who cares…
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    Dining, SFoodie New Sandwiches at Boccalone

    New Sandwiches at Boccalone

    I got in touch with Boccalone because I thought it would be fun and interesting to visit their Oakland plant and shoot a video or photo essay about how they make their salumi, but apparently FDA or some local agency's…
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    Dining, SFoodie Sugar Beat Sweets Kicks Dairy to the Curb

    Sugar Beat Sweets Kicks Dairy to the Curb

    Cupcakes have been on the brain a lot lately, but we're hardly alone. We met Melisser and her brand new company Sugar Beat Sweets at the World Veg Festival. She's playing with vegan confections, like the candy corn she…
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    Dining, SFoodie Earlier Today: Opening of Lilah Belle's

    Earlier Today: Opening of Lilah Belle's

    Located on the northwest corner by Dolores Park, Lilah Belle's offers healthy organic single and family-sized meals to-go. The cute spot is named after the two-year-old daughter of chef/owner Traci Higgins, whom San Francisco named one of the "Top…
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    Dining, SFoodie This is Your Brain on Vegetables

    This is Your Brain on Vegetables

    For those whose only prejudice is against vegetarians (well, I try to be tolerant, but they can sure mess up a dinner party and restrict the enjoyment of a restaurant when you’re eating out – i.e., my favorite response…
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    Dining, SFoodie Green Eats: Salad Days at Mixt

    Green Eats: Salad Days at Mixt

    Mixt takes the old salad-bar concept and levitates it, yummifies it and brings it into the health-conscious, green-conscious 21st century. At this mini-chain of slick, clean-lined, environmentally hip eateries, sneeze guards, Thousand Island dressing and cellophane-flavored croutons are less…
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    Green Eats: Vegan-To-Go in the Financial District

    By Catherine McCulloch Sandwiched between the chain eateries of the financial district is Power Source, a vegan-friendly juice bar and café. It’s a convenient option for a working vegan who doesn’t have time to pack lunch. The prices are…
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    Dining, SFoodie Green Eats: Vegan Brunch in Berkeley

    Green Eats: Vegan Brunch in Berkeley

    By Catherine McCulloch A country-style trattoria that serves one of the most highly recommended vegan brunches in the bay area? Only in a place like Berkeley could a place like Fellini exist. Brunch is served every Saturday and Sunday…
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    Underdog: A Hot Dog for Herbivores

    By Catherine McCulloch I’m rooting for this "underdog" restaurant located in San Francisco's Inner Sunset. Underdog is an organic sausage joint with good vibes and an eco-friendly message - that, and the menu is predominately vegetarian/vegetarian-vegan. The owner of…
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    Green Eats: Vegan Ice Cream at Maggie Mudd

    By Catherine McCulloch Good vegan ice cream is hard to come by…if you don’t live in San Francisco! Since I became interested in vegan food everyone has been telling me to go to Maggie Mudd, which supposedly hoards the…
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    Sub Pop recording artists 'clipping.' brought their brand of noise-driven experimental hip hop to the closing night of 2016's San Francisco Electronic Music Fest this past Sunday. The packed Brava Theater hosted an initially seated crowd that ended the night jumping and dancing against the front of the stage. The trio performed a set focused on their recently released Sci-Fi Horror concept album, 'Splendor & Misery', then delved into their dancier and more aggressive back catalogue, and recent single 'Wriggle'. Opening performances included local experimental electronic duo 'Tujurikkuja' and computer music artist 'Madalyn Merkey.'"

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