You can also listen and download the Main Street Vegan Podcast on Unity Online Radio or listen and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, IROARSpotify or Stitcher.

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Cherie Soria is author of several books including Raw Food For Dummies and Raw Food Revolution Diet. Known as the Mother of Gourmet Raw Living Food, Cherie founded Living Light Culinary Institute in 1998 and has trained many of the world’s top raw vegan chefs from over 65 countries. Now retired and 73 years young, Cherie is a competitive ultra trail runner, inspiring and motivating women to make health and fitness a way of life, no matter what their age.

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Blast from the past! ~ If you’d like to hear more about aging with vitality, last year we had Karyn Calabrese on the show who is another fabulous raw chef of over 20 years; have a listen to the episode here.

**If you like the program, we would very much appreciate a great review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or whatever platform on which you access the podcast. Thanks so much — we’ll pass your kindness on**

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