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Eco-Chef Reconnects With Local Food

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Eco-Chef Reconnects With Local Food

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Eco-Chef Reconnects With Local Food

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Bryant Terry is a young chef and author committed to local urban food systems.

The eco-chef and food justice advocate is co-author of Grub: Ideas for an Urban Organic Kitchen and the forthcoming Vegan Soul Kitchen.

He talks about reconnecting with local food and the cooking traditions of the South.

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Ideas for Urban Organic Kitchen

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