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To Cook or Not To Cook: The Question of Acrylamide
By Eric Garza, originally published by HowEricLives.com
September 9, 2014
Eric Garza resides in Vermont’s Champlain Valley and works in at the nexus of food and energy. He teaches classes and offers workshops and public lectures regionally, and studies the energy flow through small farms to help enhance farm viability.
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