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  • Vegan Reading

    Pair of local cookbooks offers healthful, plant-based recipes to keep people fit and happy
  • Eating for healing, energy, detoxification and "love" of food are the tenets of two new, plant-based cookbooks published by local authors.
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      What: Cooking from "The Cleanse Companion Cookbook," an Ashland Food Co-op class with chef and co-author Jeff Hauptman; cost is $30 for Co-op owners, $35 otherwise.
      When: 6:30 to 9 p.m. Tuesday...
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      If you go
      What: Cooking from "The Cleanse Companion Cookbook," an Ashland Food Co-op class with chef and co-author Jeff Hauptman; cost is $30 for Co-op owners, $35 otherwise.

      When: 6:30 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 26.

      Where: Co-op Community Classroom, 300 N. Pioneer St., Ashland.

      For more information and to register: See www.ashlandfood.coop or call 541-482-2237.
  • Eating for healing, energy, detoxification and "love" of food are the tenets of two new, plant-based cookbooks published by local authors.
    Classes and events are planned to complement "The Cleanse Companion Cookbook" and "For the Love of Eating," both released in November and available at Ashland Food Co-op, Bloomsbury Books and Amazon.com. Both books also support the local teaching efforts of natural-foods chefs.
    Chef Jeff Hauptman co-wrote "The Cleanse Companion Cookbook" with Ashland naturopathic physician Bonnie Nedrow. "For the Love of Eating" is the first book by cooking instructor and private chef Roanne Lewis.
    "It's just putting your health in your own hands," says Lewis, a Talent resident and nutrition counselor at Morningstar Healing Arts in Ashland.
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