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For José’s tightly-knit family, meals have always been an important time to be together — over a Colombian diet of meat, meat and more meat. At university, José learned to see some things differently and decided to become a vegan. But he can’t give up his seat at the family table, and his mom would never let that happen. homecookedpodcast.com for recipes, photos and videos. 

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