- Lauren is a freelance journalist who wrote for Serious Eats from 2011–2015.
- Her bylines appear in The New York Times, MUNCHIES, and more.
- She eats one avocado a day.
Lauren Sloss is a freelance journalist and a Bay Area-native whose serious eater status was sealed when she tried Brie for the first time at the age of 6. Since then, she has lived and eaten extensively in Philadelphia, Brooklyn, and London, before making a grand homecoming to San Francisco where she eats at least an avocado a day. She wrote for Serious Eats from 2011–2015. Her work has also appeared in The New York Times, MSN, O Globo, MUNCHIES, VICE, Chicago Tribune, Houston Chronicle, New Zealand Herald, The Toronto Star, Baltimore Sun, and more.
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