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There's an increased awareness about invasive species in the lake recently with the clams and mussels, but crayfish have never really been tackled. This is a really unique entrepreneurial idea blended with science.
— Sudeep Chandra, University of Nevada, Reno professor who has spent years researching Lake Tahoe's aquatic ecology

 

4 FROM THE EDITOR
8 CLASS DYNAMICS
Edible Notables: Program incorporates farmers' bounty.
10 COMMUNITY GROCER
Edible Notables: Region welcomes lovely new co-op.
12 SUN OVENS
Ditch the grill and stove; try a solar cooker.
14 TRAIL MIXOLOGY
Offering opportunities for foodie adventurers.
16 LAKE DINNERS
Thunderbird Lodge events are sellouts.
18 EAT LOCAL
Group sets goal of 20% local food consumption by 2020.
21 GROW YOUR OWN
Overcome Reno-Tahoe gardening challenges.
22 PEOPLE'S PIZZA
Pie-Face Pizza offers tasty downtown dining.
24 SERIOUS SALSA
Fresh, natural ingredients are highlights of this local product.
30 COVER
Calling all active gourmands!
32 EDIBLE FUEL
Energy bars for athletes with good taste.
34 EDIBLE FUEL
Carson City baker gets figalicious.
30 EDIBLE FUEL
Nutrition reflecting lake culture.
39 WILD EDIBLES
Crayfish harvesting at Lake Tahoe.
44 PLAYA POTLUCK
Uncovering Burning Man's food scene.
52 MEET THE FARMER
Relax at Lavender Ridge in Reno.
56 LOCAL GREENS
Nevada Fresh Pak comes full circle.
59 SUMMER SALADS
Reno-Tahoe choice recipes.
62 CHEFS TABLE
Sustainably cultivated cuisine at Stella.
66 STREET EATS
A vibrant food truck scene develops.
72 LIQUID ASSETS
Tahoe Moonshine gets in the spirit.
74 LIQUID ASSETS
Farmer creates organic cocktail mixes.
76 EDIBLE TRADITIONS
Following the historic brewing trail.
78 EDIBLE GARDEN
Harvesting edibles at high altitude.
80 WHAT'S IN SEASON
Ripe and ready bounty.
82 FARMERS' MARKETS
Farm-fresh selections.
97 EAT LOCAL
Delicious and healthy dining choices.
100 ADVERTISER DIRECTORY
104 THE LAST BITE

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