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Ingrid Johnson-Evavold adds a grilled tomato to her plate during a recent meal at the family's Foxboro home. The meal also included homegrown green beans and garlic, farm market onions, wild rice and blueberries the family gathered and a home-raised chicken. Also pictured are Isaac, 15, Chris Evavold and Amelia, 10. (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)

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It's not uncommon for Chris Evavold and Ingrid Johnson-Evavold to know where everything on their dinner table came from.

"Occasionally we'll sit down to a meal, and virtually everything we've either raised or harvested wild," Johnson-Evavold said.

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