BOOKS

An Onion in My PocketAn Onion in My Pocket
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In My KitchenIn My Kitchen
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Vegetarian Cooking for EveryoneThe New Vegetarian
Cooking for Everyone
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Vegetable LiteracyVegetable Literacy
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 Local FlavorsLocal Flavors
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 This Can't Be TOFU!This Can’t Be Tofu!
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  Seasonal Fruit DessertsSeasonal Fruit Desserts
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 Vegetarian SuppersVegetarian Suppers
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 Vegetable SoupsVegetable Soups
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 The Greens CookbookThe Greens Cookbook
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 The Savory WayThe Savory Way
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 What We Eat When We Eat AloneWhat We Eat
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    1. Deborah Madison Post author

      Thank you for mentioning my books, Katrina, but I have to say that Local Flavors is hardly just about blood oranges and avocados. I visited 100 markets all across the country and as many foods as they had are represented in recipes —kale, beans, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, apples – and yes, blood oranges and avocados as well. Lot of people and markets in California and Arizona!

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