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Healthy S.F. Loophole-Closing Vote to Happen Tomorrow; Regarding Wisconsin’s Margarine Ban

• The Board of Supervisors and Mayor Ed Lee continue to try to reach an agreeable compromise — and one that won’t enrage the restaurant community — regarding those healthcare set-aside funds and how soon a restaurant can re-pocket unused funds. [SFGate, Earlier]

• A review of Cooking My Way Back Home, the new cookbook from Town Hall chef Mitchell Rosenthal. [Chron]

• Living Social is looking to go toe-to-toe with Gilt City, and they’re now launching Living Social Gourmet, which will feature higher price-point deals for “exclusive” experiences aimed at foodies. [AP/HuffPo]

• Achieving a sustainable meat supply might mean everyone would have to learn to love tripe. [Word of Mouth/Guardian UK]

• Did you know Wisconsin bans margarine? Well, it does, and talk of repealing the ban has churned up debate. [USAT]

• LivingSocial will launch “exclusive food events” like restaurant meals and farm visits. Since no one else is doing this already? [Fox News]

Healthy S.F. Loophole-Closing Vote to Happen Tomorrow; Regarding