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Beverly Lynn Bennett

Beverly Lynn BennettBeverly Lynn Bennett is an organic vegan chef, writer, and animal lover living and working in Eugene. A chef for over 20 years, she has spent the past 12 years working for various vegan/vegetarian restaurants and natural foods stores in both Ohio and Oregon.

Beverly pens the "Dairy-Free Desserts" column in VegNews Magazine for which she received Favorite VegNews Column in 2005, and she was named as one of the top 3 Favorite VegNews Columns in 2004.

She is author of Eat Your Veggies: Recipes from the Kitchen of the Vegan Chef and, with her co-author husband, Ray Sammartano, has written a brand new book, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Vegan Living.

She was recently selected by Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (in Wash., DC) as a cooking instructor for prestigious Cancer Project's Food For Life cooking series, which promotes a healthful plant-based diet for the prevention and survival of cancer.

Beverly has hosted her own vegan recipe website at veganchef.com since 1999, which allows her to share her love of vegan food with people all over the world.