The one-block diet

Sunset magazine goes really, really local

September 18, 2008

If you have a current issue of Sunset magazine — you know, the lifestyle mag for family types out West — you may have noticed the publication’s super-locavore feast, featuring not just vegetables grown by the staff but also eggs from staff chickens, honey from staff bees, and homemade cheese. The magazine’s webpage also features a staff-written blog called the One-Block Diet, and it’s worth checking out for its how-to photos.

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