Johneric Concordia

chef and owner, The Park’s Finest BBQ

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Last year, the LA City Council passed an ordinance requiring most new buildings to be fully electric. Without gas, how people cook could fundamentally change.

Gas v. electric stoves: A chef and a kitchen designer weigh pros and cons

Last year, the LA City Council passed an ordinance requiring most new buildings to be fully electric. Without gas, how people cook could fundamentally change.

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