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foodshed
 n.— «But where Waters’ foodshed stretches as far south as Chino ranch near San Diego, Grade’s ingredients are gathered from at most a 15-mile radius or no more than a half hour from the lodge. Much of it comes from people she considers neighbors and friends. Plus, Grade hunts and fishes and forages herself.» —“Heart & soul of an inn” by Kim Severson San Francisco Chronicle (California) Aug. 14, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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