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Food

Goji Berries
The story goes that the health benefits of the goji were discovered when some ripe berries fell off of a vine into a local water source. As people drank this goji-enhanced water, their health and happiness significantly increased.
By Jill Ettinger

Arepas
Around the world, Venezuela is known for four things: its oil supplies, its landscapes, its beautiful women and its amazing baseball players. But Venezuelans are very proud of something else: its arepas.
By Diego Zerpa Chang

Falafel
The hullabaloo over this humble snack has overtones of the Arab-Israeli relationship in microcosm. A food that dates back to Old Testament days, falafel has served at the basis of a Ph.D. thesis on how food can reflect nationalism.
By Hank Bordowitz

The New York Chocolate Show
For a growing number of chocoholics, this is the Sweet-Tooth World Series. This is where you’ll find the good stuff.
By Jeff Tamarkin

Native American Fry Bread
Fry bread, whatever its origins, is a symbol of natives taking what’s given them and making it their own, and making the best of it.
By Bonni Miller

Asian 'Mock Meats'
The popularity of Western vegetarian meat alternatives—veggie dogs, fake bacon, soy deli slices—belies the rich history and delicate gastronomy of “mock meat,” first conceived over two thousand years ago in Buddhist monasteries in China.
By Lesley Marian Neilson

A Taste of Malta: Savoring the Traditions of a Proud Mediterranean Culture
Family and food is a true celebration in Malta. Most families spend seven days a week together at the table enjoying hearty meals, drinking wine and telling jokes.
By Vincent Attard

Tofurky

An Alternative, Yet Creative, Thanksgiving
More people are turning to an alternative main course to add variety to their Thanksgiving feast. Two of the most popular of these are the vegan-approved Tofurky and its arch-enemy, the Turducken.
By Laurie Strock

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