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Kelowna couple finish year of living local

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Farmer's market produce becomes an important part of people trying to eat and live local. (Amber Hildebrandt/CBC)
About six years ago, a book called "The 100-Mile Diet" brought the eat local movement to the mainstream.

Its Canadian authors, Alisa Smith and J.B. MacKinnon wrote about eating food produced within 100 miles of their home.

Fast forward to 2012, when a couple from Kelowna decided to take the "eat locally for one year" one step further; Not only did they eat locally, but they lived locally, too.

That year wrapped up Tuesday, and Kyla Jackson and Adam Gowenlock joined Daybreak guest host Rebecca Zandbergen to talk about what living and eating locally was like for them.
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