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Restaurants Duck Foie Gras Ban

Karlene Bley of Los Angeles spreads her torchon of foie gras onto bread during lunch at the Presidio Social Club restaurant earlier today in San Francisco. California's new ban on the production and sale of foie gras took eight years to go into effect, but restaurants have wasted little time in finding creative ways to duck the law. Presidio Social Club, a restaurant located on a former military base owned by the National Park Service, put foie gras back on its menu on Saturday. Its owners claim the state ban does not apply to them since the eatery is on federal land. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

Question: Have you ever eaten foie gras?




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