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Siska Silitonga, San Francisco’s most prominent Indonesian chef through her pop-up ChiliCali and jarred sambals, is finally opening her own full-on restaurant this summer.

Called Warung Siska, the fast-casual restaurant will take over the short-lived Nam Vietnamese Brasserie space in Redwood City in July. Nam’s Anne Le Ziblatt will be a partner along with Ervan Lim, an owner of Live Fire Pizza in Napa and formerly the director of operations for M.Y. China.

It will function as a permanent home for many of the dishes that have created so many ChiliCali fans over the past six years, such as Balinese

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TAMPA, Fla. — Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill into law on Thursday that makes to go alcohol permanent in the state of Florida.

Senate Bill 148, known as the beverage law, allows certain restaurants and other businesses to sell or deliver to-go alcohol under certain circumstances.

Qualified businesses can sell or deliver alcoholic drinks if they meet the following requirements:

  • The vendor must be licensed as a public food service establishment
  • The sale or delivery must be accompanied by a food purchase within the same order
  • The charge for the sale of food and nonalcoholic beverages must be at
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May 10, 2021 — Drinking too many sugar-sweetened beverages in adolescence and young adulthood could partially explain the recent rapid rise in early-onset colorectal cancer — at least in women, according to a new study.

The study found that women who recalled drinking two or more of these drinks each day in adolescence had a twofold increase in the risk of colorectal cancer before the age of 50, compared to those who had only one such drink per week or less.

However, experts warn the findings are based on small numbers and do not prove a direct connection.

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The consumer price index for April confirms what most Americans already know. Prices are going up especially for basics like food. 

Food price inflation, on a 12-month unadjusted basis, is running at 2.4% and was up 0.4% in April, the largest increase since October 2020. Overall inflation is running at 4.2% the largest 12-month increase since a 4.9% increase for the period ending September 2008.

“Any animal that you eat is eating grains, and it’s eating corn, soybeans, or soybean meal, and perhaps even some wheat,” said Sal Gilbertie the CEO and president of Teucrium Funds, the company’s ETFs track

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Sorry, but there’s not much truth to the saying “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” when it comes to your diet. While it’s fine to consume just about all foods in moderation, the longer and more frequently you consume certain ones, the higher likelihood there is that you’ll experience some negative side effects (yes, even death). There are a handful of popular foods that can damage your body in more ways than one—we’re talking weight gain, an increased risk of heart disease and stroke, and more.

In an effort to keep you in tip-top shape, we asked a team

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On May 5, new vegan cooking show Global Bites With Eddie Garza debuted on new on-demand digital video platform Dr. Oz’s OzTube. Eddie Garza is a vegan chef, cookbook author, program manager of food and nutrition for The Humane Society of the United States, and VegNews magazine food columnist who works to reform food systems in marginalized communities. For his new show, Garza will take viewers on a global culinary journey with dishes such as Roman pasta carbonara, Valencian paella, Lebanese maghmour, and Cuban ropa vieja, often accompanied by vegan celebrities such as model and television host Daisy Fuentes. 

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