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It’s Official: Vogue Says Which Foods Are Hot, Which Are Not

December 28, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
The editors at Vogue magazine have made some decisions – perhaps slightly tongue-in-cheek – about which food fads are passé and which are hot. Readers who have been delaying purchases of cronuts and avocado toast can now breathe easy. Good thing they waited, because it has been decided that both foods are officially out in 2015, replaced by shaved ice (?) and eggs. Likewise: goodbye to kombucha, kale, ramen, tacos, pork belly, coconut water, sriracha, and quinoa; hello to matcha, rainbow Swiss chard, bone broth, fried chicken, crawfish, seltzer, mustard, and grits.
Samantha Adler, "Goodbye Cronuts, Hello Shaved Ice! Bidding Farewell to the Foods of 2014 and Welcoming the Foods of 2015", Vogue, December 28, 2014, © Condé Nast
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