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Granola, just for breakfast? Crunch that nonsense!

Julie Hession, the brain behind Julie Ann's Granola, is a tough interview. Oh, she's pleasant and engaging enough -- imagine Swiss Miss with an MBA from Duke. But how is a journalist supposed to stay on task when three generous sample bags of her sweet, crunchy, all-natural, locally and lovingly handmade granola are staring him in the taste buds the whole time?
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