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Plantas Nativas Comestibles De Baja California

Melanie Wong | Apr 10, 201901:20 AM    

"Since the last year and a half Ismene Venegas, chef behind Pinar de 3 Mujeres kitchen, along with Paula Pijoan and photographer León Chargoy, been working together on the digital book project "Baja California Edible Native Plants" that finally finds its way to publication.
This is a book filled with fascinating images of our regional landscape, its flavors, aromas and its history. You can downloaded for free from this site."

My visit to Chef Ismene's campestre restaurant:
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Plantas Nativas Comestibles De Baja California

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