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Many thanks to Sally Babb Landry, Arnulfo Barayuga and Lance Hellman for photography and art work. The final drawings were done by Robert Hammell. Thanks also to Margaret Jerger for her assistance in the overall assembly, editing, and production of the manual; to Janice Coleman for her attention to the details of production and to Rosly Walter for the comprehensiveness of her draft copy review. Research space for testing some of the activities was generously donated by the Boston Food Cooperative. Thanks to Mary Ernsberger and Howard Ebenstein of Peace Corps for their continued support and assistance. Thanks to USDA nutrition staff for their review.