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Enjoy Those Avocados, Pistachios and Oranges While You Can, Because They Are Going Away

Your grandkids will never know avocado toast.

May 27, 2018

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Enjoy Those Avocados, Pistachios and Oranges While You Can, Because They Are Going Away

The weather had been strange lately. In the past year, Californians have lived through a historic drought, a massive wildfire that blotted out the sun, and a strangely warm winter followed by that unseasonable freeze.

As a recent scientific paper noted: “Agricultural production in California is highly sensitive to climate change.” Jay Famiglietti, the senior water scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, goes even further: “It’s a virtual certainty that California will get drier. I don’t think it’s a climate that’s conducive to orchard crops anymore.”

Which begs the question—what are we going to eat in 2050? (Mother Jones)

Rice is getting less healthy as climate change hollows its nutrients. (NPR's The Salt)

"We just need more workers, period.” Summer food stands brace for a shortage. (New York Times)

For the hungry, "food happens." Until it doesn’t. (Capital and Main)

Whole Foods paused its GMO labeling effort. And some people are questioning the store's commitment. (New Food Economy)

Sexual harassment is rampant on US farms. A new #MeToo movement is taking shape across the nation. (Civil Eats)

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Chef and restaurant owner Tanya Holland opens up about the challenges of finding funding for a restaurant as a black woman. Bonus: Tanya plays our game "Gross or Tasty"—drawing from her time as a judge on Iron Chef.

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"Crisp, light and so violently leavened that they threaten to leap from the waffle iron in which they are cooked."

That's LA Times' Jonathan Gold's take on chef Tanya Holland's cornmeal-encrusted waffles, which she pairs with a delicious, slightly tangy apple cider syrup. Steph Curry and Drake are fans. Hear Tanya on our latest episode of Bite, and make her syrup using the recipe below.

Apple Cider Syrup

The Los Angeles Times adapted this recipe from Brown Sugar Kitchen: New-Style, Down-Home Recipes From Sweet West Oakland by Tanya Holland

1 ½ cups firmly packed brown sugar

1 ½ teaspoons apple cider vinegar

1 quart apple cider

2 cinnamon sticks

½ cup (1 stick) butter

In a large pot, combine the brown sugar, vinegar, cider, cinnamon, and butter. Bring to a boil, then reduce the mixture to a simmer, and cook, stirring occasionally, until reduced to 1 ½ cups, about 45 minutes. Discard the cinnamon. The syrup can be made up to 1 month in advance; cover tightly and refrigerate until needed, then warm and stir well before serving.

Don't miss the recipe for Holland's famous waffles, which you can find here.

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