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FOOD: Amy Brand, who lives in Point Reyes Station, makes sausages, sandwiches, salads, soups and more at her three-year-old shop in Tomales. Above, she makes a chili dog, one of the specials last Saturday.    David Briggs

Every week, Amy Brand makes 40 or 50 pounds of sausage—roughly 150 or so links—that she sells from her tiny storefront in Tomales, wrapped up in soft deli rolls and topped with traditional staples like sautéed peppers and onions, as well as playful creations like apple-ginger slaw.

Her business, K and A Take . . .

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