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How to Cook for HIV-Positive People

Chef Robert Lehmann is the former Executive Chef of MANNA, a meals-delivery service organization for homebound people with AIDS in Philadelphia. He developed diet and nutrition standards for people who are HIV positive. He has a new book: "Cooking for Life: A Guide to Nutrition and Food Safety for the HIV-positive Community" Lehmann is currently Projects Coordinator for HIV Nutrition Research at The Graduate Hospital in Philadelphia.


Other segments from the episode on January 29, 1997

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, January 29, 1997: Interview with Robert Lehmann; Interview with Ken Burns; Commentary on Fisk University.


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