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Eat more hemp: Taking a bite out of the Superfoods of 2017

Eat more hemp: Taking a bite out of the Superfoods of 2017

Hemp seeds

Hemp seeds

SIOUX CITY | When Jesse Miller and Steve Salem decided to turn their new Table 32 Restaurant into an establishment that featured "craft American food, beer and cocktails," the two business partners were one of the most popular trends of 2017.

According to Global Food Forums -- an organization that studies consumer trends --  new businesses stressing artisanal, local or craft flavors are all the rage.

Wednesday's Sioux City Journal will spotlight the 100 Virginia St. restaurant. In the story, Miller and Salem define craft foods as items that are made in-house, using local ingredients.

To get you in the mood for the story, here are some of the foods (both local and exotic) that you've probably spotted on restaurant menus this year:


1. Seeds, like chia and hemp

2. Avocado


3. Nuts, like almonds and walnuts

Food Roasted Nuts
Clockwise from top, sweet butter-roasted almonds, smoky crusted walnuts and citrus herb pistachios in Concord, N.H. Protein-rich and portable, nuts have always been the utility players of the snack world.

4. Fermented foods like yogurt

5. Ancient grains

Wimpy salad be gone. When snow flies, salads get substantial

Chopped kale and lentil winter salad

6. Kale

7. Green tea

Specialty Teas

Jasmine green tea

8. Coconut products

9. Exotic fruits, like the jackfruit

10. Salmon



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