#AceFoodNews – July.27: Farmers in California’s Salinas Valley churn out nearly two-thirds of the salad greens and half of the broccoli grown in the United States. Its leafy-green dominance has earned it the nickname “the salad bowl of the world.”
And while the Central Valley’s farm economy reels under the strain of drought—it’s expected to sustain $2.7 billion worth of drought-related losses—Salinas farms are operating on all cylinders, reports the San Jose Mercury News.
What gives? It all comes down to water sources.
Sugar is the bug bear of any Chefs life as people always use too much white sugar instead of non refined sugar in food and recipes. Nice post CJ 👍
Iced tea on a hot summer day. What could possibly go wrong?