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Capture the Rainbow Natural Foods experience with a new cookbook

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Capture the Rainbow Natural Foods experience with a new cookbook

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Rainbow Natural Foods is gone, but the beloved organic grocery store lives on in a new cookbook containing its most famous recipes.

Tony Castaldi, a co-owner of the store that closed in February after more than 40 years in business, is using the cookbook to raise money for the Grady Health Foundation.

“What you’re reading isn’t a cookbook as much as a memento, a commemoration of Rainbow Natural Foods and shared with the people who, one last time, came through our doors on February 3, 2019, to celebrate, share, laugh, cry, smile, and remember Rainbow Natural Foods,” the cookbook’s introduction says. “The recipes you requested that day are what we used to put this cookbook together. And although we’ve sent you the ones you specifically requested, it’s our hope that by putting together the most requested recipes by category, you’ll be able to recreate some of the foods that filled our bellies and warmed our souls throughout Rainbow’s 42 years in business.”

The list of recipes in the book includes:

All proceeds from sales of the cookbook will go to the Grady Health Foundation.

The book requires a minimum $20 donation. To purchase your copy, click here.

 

 

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