Deborah Madison

Local food advocate and former Restaurateur, Greens

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Food writer, cookbook author and advocate for eating local food, she opened Greens in San Francisco in 1979, one of the first vegetarian restaurants in America

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Thanksgiving is America's day to eat and talk about food: why we eat what we eat, why we eat so many bad things and how we can learn to enjoy more of the good things.

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Thanksgiving is America's day to eat and talk about food: why we eat what we eat, why we eat so many bad things and how we can learn to enjoy more of the good things.

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