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How to make salad from Albany Street - a new movement redefines local food

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By Rebecca Tuhus-Dubrow
August 30, 2009

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On a recent afternoon, biking on a desolate stretch of Albany Street in Cambridge, David Craft pulled over. He’d glimpsed something green in the cracks of the sidewalk, near a parking sign. To most passersby, it would be invisible, or perhaps a reminder of the unwelcome tenacity of weeds. To Craft, it was an ingredient. (Full article: 1419 words)

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