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Scarpetta in Ashland is a locavore's heaven

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by ELISE HERRON

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Locavore has become so commonplace in dining that it is surprising that the term is really only a eleven years old, coined by Berkeley-based author and chef Jessica Prentice who fused together two words to describe her month-long experiment in eating only local food; locus, meaning place andvorare, meaning to swallow—a locavore is “one who swallows (or devours) the place,” according to Prentice.

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