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Vinaigrette grows salad success — and a movement — out of Nambé farm

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Posted: Tuesday, May 27, 2014 5:10 pm | Updated: 8:38 am, Wed May 28, 2014.

Responsible eaters these days are very concerned with where their food comes from and how it grows up before it gets to their plate. Before we eat them, our free-range chickens frolic over grassy fields, our wild-caught fish wriggles happily through the oceans of the world, and our Wagyu beef gets massaged and spends the day at Ten Thousand Waves before it is served. Most of us don’t give the same consideration to our vegetables, but if you eat at Vinaigrette, Santa Fe’s haven for salads, your lettuce probably eats as well as you do.

If not better.

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