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Culinate Newsletter Jan 16 08

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear readers,

 When physicians at the Providence Cancer Center here in Portland approached Ivy Manning about teaching a class on healthy cooking, she wasn't terribly excited. The last thing she wanted to do was to cook in a food-as-fuel kind of way. But the good doctors didn't give up, and soon Ivy was teaching cooking classes based on the Mediterranean Diet. In the process, this seasoned cook learned anew how to organize a meal, cook with whole grains, retool her pantry, and redirect her sweet tooth. It's a story worth savoring.

 As Ivy writes, "It's commonsense eating, not a strict, radical diet. The successful diet, after all, is the one you stay on for life." 

 Kim Carlson
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story2text: An apple a day keeps the doctor away -- especially if it's organically grown.

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