A California state law banning the sale of foie gras goes into effect on Sunday but it remains unclear whether restaurant goers will be able to find the fattened liver of duck or geese on menus next week. Sales of foie gras have been booming for weeks leading up to the ban, with restaurants across the state serving pricey multicourse foie gras dinners. Earlier in the week, reports indicated that enforcement of the ban might be somewhat lax. Some chefs said they were planning to look ...

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