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When Nora Pouillon first walked the aisles of an American supermarket, she was stunned. In place of the fresh meat and greens of European shops, she found hormone-filled packaged beef and sad-looking tomatoes. Growing up a child of war on a farm in the Alps, the native Austrian learned early on that food is precious and healing. When she came to Washington D.C. in the 1960s, she sought out natural produce and meat at a time when few were paying attention to the benefits of organic food. In 1979, she founded what would become the first certified organic restaurant in the country. Diane sits down with pioneering chef Nora Pouillon.
- Nora Pouillon Chef and owner of Restaurant Nora, the first certified organic restaurant in the country. Author of the new memoir "My Organic Life."
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Nora Pouillon of Retaurant Nora chatted with listeners in a live Q&A.
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