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In Wrangell, Tuesdays mean organic

WRANGELL, ALASKA Wrangell resident, raw foodist, and organic foods seller Dan Trail is full of produce trivia — kiwis can be golden yellow inside, daikan can be grated up and used as a rice substitute, and mustard greens have a bit that tastes like wasabi. KSTK's Lisa Phu recently visited Trail and found out how a man who once ate mostly canned food went to being nicknamed 'Organic Dan.'
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