UrbiCulture Community Farms, 4201 Umatilla Street, is hosting a "Fact versus Fiction" food seminar this evening from 6 to 7 p.m., when organizers will discuss and debunk common food myths concerning health and nutrition.
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The discussion topics will include "The top 5 food myths and the top 10 foods you think are good for you but aren't, and why."
To learn more about tonight's class and about UbriCulture's efforts to provide local and sustainable food to people of all income levels, visit the nonprofit's website.
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