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Booksigning Tonight: Clean Food Author Terry Walters

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Want to learn more about eating a sustainable diet?

Stop by Changing Hands Bookstore in Tempe tonight for a signing event with author Terry Walters, whose book Clean Food has a subtitle that explains it all: "A Seasonal Guide for Eating Close to the Source With More Than 200 Recipes for a Healthy and Sustainable You."

Walters' recipes focus on using seasonal, locally grown whole foods to promote personal health and environmental responsibility. Whether you're a vegan or just like to occasionally eat like one, this is a good resource.

Walters' 7 p.m. appearance will be hosted by Edible Phoenix magazine.

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