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Abra Berens: "Ruffage" from roots in Ann Arbor

Episode Summary

Rishi and Mason take the show on the road to visit Abra Berens ('04), the executive chef at Granor Farms and author NY Times bestselling cookbook "Ruffage: A Practical Guide to vegetables". Abra talks about growing up on a farm, cultivating her love of food at Zingerman's, and the path that led her to culinary fame.

Episode Notes

Rishi and Mason take the show on the road to visit Abra Berens ('04), the executive chef at Granor Farms and author NY Times bestselling cookbook "Ruffage: A Practical Guide to vegetables". Abra talks about growing up on a farm, cultivating her love of food at Zingerman's, and the path that led her to culinary fame. 

Learn more about Granor Farms: granorfarm.com

Find out how to purchase "Ruffage" and meet Abra at a cookbook event: abraberens.com

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