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    Lori Beatham, a cook at Portland Public Schools' Central Kitchen, slices 150 pounds of tri-colored bell peppers.

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    Lori Beatham retrieves an apron from her locker and glances at a portrait of her son – a seventh-grader at Lincoln Middle School – before returning to work.

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    Lori Beatham emerges from a walk-in cooler with a box of margarine.

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    Lori Beatham tosses a pound of margarine – one of 45 such blocks – into a cooking vat while making mashed potatoes for 2,000 students.

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    Lori Beatham drains boiling water from cooking vats while preparing mashed potatoes. The recipe called for 750 pounds of potatoes, 10 gallons of milk and 45 pounds of margarine.

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    Lori Beatham scoops mashed potatoes into pans.

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    Cook Lori Beatham squeegees water from the floor of Portland Public Schools' Central Kitchen after boiling enough potatoes for 2,000 students.

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