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JUICESHOP SF : Green Series

JUICESHOP SF : Green Series

I had the opportunity to taste the green juicing series of Juice Shop SF. There will be more on this company in an upcoming post, but first and foremost, as the name indicates, they’re started by three brothers, and are local to San Francisco. Furthermore, a hydraulic press is used to extract the juice. The … Continue reading

Today’s Fresh Catch : Tustin Whole Foods Market

Today’s Fresh Catch : Tustin Whole Foods Market

On the first and third Saturday’s, Whole Foods Market Tustin in The District at Tustin Legacy (in Irvine, California) demos the filleting of a freshly caught fish. The quantities differ depending on species but are typically large fish. They are caught using sustainable methods. In fact wild-caught seafood come from certified fisheries, deemed sustainable by MSC … Continue reading

Homegrown Meats : La Jolla Butcher Shop

Homegrown Meats : La Jolla Butcher Shop

Tucked in the corner of a plaza in downtown La Jolla, in San Diego is: Home Grown Meats’ mission is to deliver the best and highest quality meats to the consumer. By partnering with local farmers and ranchers, they are able to pursue and fulfill this vision. Furthermore, concurrent to high quality is the fact that … Continue reading

Little Red Dot Kitchen Interview

Little Red Dot Kitchen Interview

 I had an wonderful opportunity to sit down with Ching, CO-founder of Little Red Dot Kitchen; you might recall my post about their bak gwa. This is part of a new series where I will be asking co-founders a few questions to dig deep into their passion/love for their product beyond what the about section … Continue reading

Backyard Bees Honey : Humble Beginnings

Backyard Bees Honey : Humble Beginnings

If you haven’t read Part 1, I highly encourage you to read it first. Kelly’s journey began near the winter of 2007, when her husband noticed bees hovering out from a small hole in the backyard fence. It turned out to be a huge hive that was encased between the two wooden fences, and the … Continue reading