How to optimize your culture's diet for health
from U.S. News & World Report
Toby Amidor writes: If the kitchen in my childhood house was a restaurant, it might call its cuisine "Romanian-Russian-Israeli-American fusion." I'd commonly eat hummus, cheese and chopped salad for breakfast, borscht for lunch and beef stew for dinner, thanks to my immigrant parents' and grandparents' tastes and traditions.
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