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Rediscovering and reinventing food for the soul

Left: Bryant Terry before judging a collard cook-off. Right: Other judges included (from left) Tina Evans, Ernestine Washington, and Gloria Coney. Left: Bryant Terry before judging a collard cook-off. Right: Other judges included (from left) Tina Evans, Ernestine Washington, and Gloria Coney. (Photos By Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff)
By Aaron Kagan
Globe Correspondent / May 13, 2009

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Inspired in part by Bryant Terry, author of the new book "Vegan Soul Kitchen," several forces in Boston's African-American communities are teaming up to create a new wave of healthy eating that remains culturally relevant. "Eating locally, healthily, and sustainably are things that my ancestors were doing," says Terry. (Full article: 727 words)

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