Akron woman to feature family Ethiopian dishes at NoHi Pop-up

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Nardos Street knows her coffee.

Her Akron-based business Bereka Coffee has been around since 2016.

She’s been roasting and selling coffee and keeping the tradition of the Coffee Ceremony alive that she learned as a young girl while being raised in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Aside from honing her coffee skills and growing a business, Street also has been exploring and reconnecting with Ethiopian dishes.

She’s been entertaining friends and family for years by serving coffee (of course) and working to perfect these traditional recipes from her childhood.

The Doro Wot Atikilt Chicken Vegetable menu item to be offered by Bereka Kitchen by guest chef Nardos Street this weekend at Akron's NoHi Pop-up.

“I grew up helping my mom preparing meals for our family,” she said.

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2021 Trending Report: Food Authentication Testing Market Analysis from 2021-2027

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The global report of the Food Authentication Testing market by Infinity Business Insights throws light on the current trends and niches in the industry. The Food Authentication Testing report also emphasizes the various market drivers, opportunities, restraints, segments, and challenges, as well as offers insights for the forecast period.

Report overview:

This analysis of the Food Authentication Testing Market report includes a competitive analysis of the global Industry. The Food Authentication Testing Market study provides a concise description of the overall industry and its competitive landscape, Trends, obstacles, potential, leading suppliers, and the effect on resources of technology are all

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How to eat a plant-based diet

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Plant-based diets are becoming more popular — here’s how do start one.


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When it comes to healthy eating, vegan and vegetarian diets can look pretty restrictive. Nixing all or most animal-based products from your diet (while potentially more sustainable) can feel really depriving if you’re used to having meat, cheese or eggs on a daily basis. 

If you’re looking to reap some of the health benefits that can come from a more restrictive plan like veganism (like lower inflammation levels, for example) good news: you don’t have to give up all of your favorite foods.

Plant-based eating,

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The Surprising Heart-Healthy Food

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What does your heart-healthy diet look like? Is it filled with leafy greens, tomatoes, and other low-fat foods?

If it is, that’s great. Well, except for the low-fat part. Fats can contribute to heart health, provided you’re getting the right ones.

Healthy fats found in nuts, fish, avocado, olive oil, and other natural sources are all linked to improved heart health and a lower risk for heart disease.

Meat, however, can get a bit of a bad rep. But if it’s unprocessed meat, the rep is underserved.

Meat has saturated fat, but that doesn’t mean it has to harm the

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Summer-Special: 6 Classic Bengali Recipes That Help Us Beat The Heat

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India’s food culture is as rich and extensive as its history. The aroma, texture, versatility and more – every aspect of Indian cuisine is fascinating to the core. This is why Indian cuisine always stands out in the global platform of gastronomy. In fact, every region has equal contribution to this popularity – Bengal, for instance. Think Bengali cuisine and the first thing comes to our mind is versatility. The modern Bengali food culture is a confluence of several regional and global food cultures. In their everyday meal, you can find strong influence of Bihari, Bangladeshi (then East Bengal), Chinese,

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USDA Identifies Taiwan as Major US Coffee Export MarketDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

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A Taipei city skyline. Taipei will play host to three World Coffee Championships in 2021.

The United States Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agriculture Service (FAS) has identified Taiwan as a key strategic and growing market for coffee exports from the United States.

The report released earlier this month outlines exponential growth and sustained potential of the Taiwanese market, particularly in the higher-end roasted specialty coffee segment, and for Hawaiian-grown coffee.

Taiwan is currently the eighth largest market for food and agricultural exports from the U.S., despite occupying an island approximately the size of Connecticut.

The most recent estimate from the

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