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11 Foods From Around The World That You Need To Try

Both the pronunciations and the dishes themselves are worth exploring.

There’s no way to describe the anxiety and subsequent embarrassment of pronouncing something wrong. Being hungry before you do it is just putting salt in the wound.

In an attempt to save the world from sweaty palms and disappointed glares from servers, we’ve rounded up some of the food world’s hardest-to-pronounce words. Don’t forget, practice makes perfect (and also, a good excuse to order some injera or huitlacoche).

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This 16-Year-Old's Invention Just Made Sure No Kid Ever Has To Eat Alone In The Cafeteria Again

“You know that you’re not going to be rejected once you get to the table”

We’ve all been there, awkwardly scanning a crowd of seemingly unpenetrable groups of friends, wondering where we fit in. While adults can busy themselves on phones and act unconcerned, high schoolers will often resign to sitting alone and getting made fun of, or worse, lugging their lunches to a bathroom stall.

Thanks to an entrepreneurial, tech-savvy 16-year-old, the painful awkwardness of school lunchrooms may soon be a thing of the past. “Sit With Us”, an ap by Natalie Hampton, is one that makes good on the universal bonding quality of sharing a meal.

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How To Pick A GOOD Tomato

Don’t settle for the mealy or mediocre: We’re here to help you pick produce like the pros

We’ve all been there: lost in a corn maze of identical-seeming produce, hopelessly wishing for the Platonic ideal of any given fruit or vegetable. We’re all just looking for the peach of our youth, eaten quickly behind a tree and feeling almost illicit as it dripped down our sunburnt arms. You deserve a head of broccoli that doesn’t taste like it’s been shipped across 10 states over the course of last week.

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