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Gravenstein apples

Gravenstein apples are considered a heritage food by Slow Food USA. They thrive in the fog and soil of Sonoma County and make their seasonal return to the market in late July or early August.

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July, August, September

Articles about Gravenstein apples

March 23, 2007

Bay Area Rooted Foods

The Bay Area’s diverse cornucopia of yields a profusion of fresh foods year-round. This week, a look at the edibles that hold a special place in our region’s history, culture, and cuisine.


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