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What I've tried so far that I'll be making again and again:

Creamy Tomato Soup (p 45)
Cauliflower and Oyster Mushroom Tacos (p 105) (adding lots of Cholula was made them extra delicious)
Tempeh and Sweet Pot
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Class Matters by Betsy Leondar-Wright
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This was a really interesting look at owning, working and middle class cultures. I liked the layout - it felt more like reading a magazine that I could pick up or put down, and skim if a particular article wasn't catching my fancy. It's the first thi ...more
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Nature Poem by Tommy Pico
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I can't write a nature poem
bc it's fodder for the noble savage
narrative. I wd slap a tree across the face,
I say to my audience.


4.5 stars - Tommy Pico is one of my new faves. From the inside book flap: "Nature Poem follows Teebs - a young, queer, Amer
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Black Panther by Roxane Gay
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Maybe it's because I haven't read Black Panther, but I found this confusing at times, and sort of bland. The main reason this gets 3 stars and not 2 is that the protagonists are black lesbian warriors. I've told people that if they wanted more of the ...more
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Emergent Strategy by Adrienne Maree Brown
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Life-changing, re-orienting book that I'll probably end up buying, just because there's so much worth referencing day-to-day re: facilitation and leadership. Also because I think I need to read it a few more times for it all to sink in more deeply. C ...more
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NextWave, Agents of H.A.T.E. by Warren Ellis
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Pretty funny at first, though it felt less and less so as it went on. Would probably make a decent movie (and appeal to Deadpool fans), but I wouldn't see it because it actually ended up feeling pretty vapid. Incompatible with my Saturn returns needs ...more
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Don't Think of an Elephant! Know Your Values and Frame the De... by George Lakoff
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This was just OK. I'm increasingly having trouble with books on brains that are all based on conjecture and theory without fact. I need citations to believe.
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You Don't Have to Say You Love Me by Sherman Alexie
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Legacy Of Violence by John D. Bessler
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Abolition of the death penalty is one of the first issues I can remember feeling really passionate about in my K12 education. I'd read A Lesson Before Dying by Ernest Gaines, and I remember crying in a 12th grade social studies class when I realized ...more
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Bayou Vol. 2 by Jeremy Love
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Not quite as strong as the first in the series - it felt more disjointed and confusing for me. It felt especially unsatisfying because I mistakenly thought that this was the final volume in a 2 part series. Apparently the imprint it was published thr ...more
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Necessary Losses by Judith Viorst
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Ho boy, this helped me discover that I'm really not into Freudian psychoanalysis.

This has such high ratings and I was in the mood for a good self-help book, but psychoanalysis just seems like a lot of baseless patriarchal conjecture to me. Plus, all
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