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The Record: Tuesday, February 27, 2018

KUOW PHOTO/MEGAN FARMER

A KUOW listener wants to know: Now that Seattle's minimum wage is starting to hit fifteen dollars an hour, should I still leave a tip? We'll answer that question with KUOW’s David Hyde and Seattle restaurateur Tom Douglas.
And while you're considering tipping your wait staff, look at your plate. See that Atlantic farmed salmon grown right here in Puget Sound? We're not the Atlantic, so why do we have their fish? And should Washington banish Atlantic salmon from its waters? Seattle Times reporter Lynda Mapes has the story.

And was health food a chewy, tasteless puritanical fad? Or a food revolution that affects how you eat today? And did carob deserve to die? We talk wheat germ with San Francisco Chronicle's Jonathan Kauffman, author of  "Hippie Foods: How Back-to-the-Landers, Longhairs, and Revolutionaries Changed the Way We Eat."

Listen to the full show above or check out a list of our stories.