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The Green Quote: Deepak Chopra On The "Green" White House Dinner

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“Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelson, brought in from New York and his sophisticated roost at Aquavit, offered a wonderful selection of vegetarian dishes like chick pea and okra dahl, another stroke of cultural empathy (perhaps the most powerful one of the evening, given the Indian nostalgia for the food we were raised on). There was room for regional American foods like collard greens and cornbread (found in India, too — did they know?) It was all prepared in a way that Dr. Dean Ornish would approve of, and aligned to Michelle Obama’s message of sustainability. The Obama administration actually understands that future prosperity must come through a green economy, not in spite of it.”

Deepak Chopra on the “green” nature of the The White House’s state dinner, its first of the new administration, which honored Indian Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh. From his blog at Intent.com.

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