Culinate Newsletter Sep 19 07

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear Readers,
 This week and last, we've been looking at how we eat and how we feed others. Miriam Wolf ate uncooked food for a few weeks while working on her interview with raw-food aficionado Ani Phyo; meanwhile, Jessica Savage tells of making her own baby food. 

 And while Matthew Amster-Burton likes eating dinner with his family, he's skeptical that it will keep his daughter -- or any other kids -- off drugs.
 Care to comment? Please do. You'll find a comment section following every article.

 Kim Carlson
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story1text: How much coffee is too much coffee? Is there caffeine elsewhere in your diet?
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story2text: A primer of seasonal Asian vegetables.

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recipe2text: Eggplants, zucchini and tomatoes coming out of your ears? Make ratatouille.
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