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ROSA MITCHELL life and vegetables

ROSA MITCHELL lives across the valley on the side of an old weathered volcanic hill in Yandoit, Central Victoria. We are strangers with parallel travel lines, working a few blocks apart in Melbourne’s legal district where she runs the renowned Rosa’s Canteen, escaping to the country about 3 km apart on weekends.

So one Saturday afternoon I knocked on her door and we sat laughing about life and vegetables until way later than either of us meant to. Before Rosa was a professional cook, she was

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