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Mustard Seed Market & Cafe Natural Foods Cookbook

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"A long-overdue and important offspring of the legendary enterprise by the same name."
--Gary Hirshberg, CEO, Stonyfield Farm Yogurt

In 2003, the Mustard Seed Cafe and Cooking School became Ohio's first certified organic retailer. Founded in 1981, this
shopping and dining establishment celebrates good food, fresh ingredients, and sustainable living. This encouraging and easy
Hardcover, 336 pages
Published September 20th 2007 by Pelican Publishing Company (first published September 15th 2007)
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Bev Shaffer, The Mustard Seed Market and Cafe Cookbook (Pelican, 2007)

I often talk, when reviewing poetry (and sometimes fiction), about message writing: prose or poetry that stops its story in order to get its point across. The usual reason for inserting message into something is a belief on the writer's part that the reader is too stupid to get the message the author is trying to convey. There is another reason that I usually don't go into, because I so rarely encounter it: proselytization. In
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