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Elsie Lindstrom

Indianapolis, IN

So, there is a, I guess, a divide of food access, especially in our city. There's been a lot of debate about food deserts. We've got a lot of the most impoverished areas, that don't even have access to fresh fruits and vegetables, or even within walking distance to a place where they could purchase those items. But then on top of that, you know, there's an education gap, education divide, where, even if they were able to access these fruits and vegetables they don't necessarily have the knowledge to how to prepare them or how to even cook them. So I see that as a big initiative and there are a lot of groups that are working towards that. I see there's some positivity, you know, at least a light at the end of the tunnel, possibly, as far as a lot of initiatives to provide cooking education.