Sabrina Endicott
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Sabrina is a recent graduate from the University of San Francisco with a major in Environmental Studies and an emphasis in Sustainable Agriculture. While at university, she studied abroad in Italy, living and working on a sustainable vineyard and olive farm. Her passion for food and the environment has given her the opportunity to work in many sectors such as marine science, air pollution, and urban farming. Sabrina spends her  time creating plant based recipes for her friends and family to enjoy, doing yoga, and being outdoors. Her favorite things to bake are chocolate chip cookies

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