Infographic: Eat Local This Thanksgiving | KCET
Infographic: Eat Local This Thanksgiving
When contemplating our menus for the upcoming holiday season, we were wondering how much of the traditional Thanksgiving meal could be sourced from right here in Southern California.
As it turns out, almost the whole feast is covered! The one glaring omission is the cranberry, which doesn't seem to be grown on a commercial level in California. (Though you don't need a bog to grow your own. Just a potted cranberry shrub and a lot of patience.)
From humanely-raised heritage turkeys to pies made from local fruit in Santa Ynez, plus all the in-between vegetables, fruits, and nuts you need, you can gather your own Southern California cornucopia.
Happy Turkey Day!
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