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Cha-ching: Business is booming for Peggy Raisglid, owner of Lovin' Spoonfuls Vegetarian Restaurant. "I had a number of people say there was no way that Tucson could support a vegan restaurant. It's just not going to happen, they told me. I did it despite their advice," she says.

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