Victory Gardens Edible Feast, Episode 5: SF Bay Area

January 30, 2015
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In this episode of the Victory Garden's edibleFEAST, we travel to the East Bay and visit Inna Jam’s Dafna Kory making jam with fruit straight from the farmer's market, and to the Mandela Foods Coop, a cooperative grocery store created by the community. We head across the bay to San Francisco for some valuable gardening tips from Edible San Francisco Editor Bruce Cole, and then join chef Samin Nosrat in her kitchen for an incredible herb salad and tomato confit on toast!

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