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How to Eat Like Our Lives Depend on It

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Rediscover the Joy of Real Food, Spiced with Love and Tradition in the Winter 2014 Issue of YES! Magazine

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How to Eat Like Our Lives Depend On It

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We’ve lost our taste for cooking, and with it the pleasures of sharing food with family and friends. We’ve been told industrial food is quicker, cheaper, and tastier. Turns out that’s wrong. Here’s how we rediscover the joy of real food, spiced with love and tradition.

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