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It sells for hundreds of dollars, is transported in protective foam, and gets rejected if it has the tiniest of blemishes. Once each year, the Jewish world goes crazy for etrog.
Jerusalem’s food scene, from classic Middle Eastern fare to European delicacies, is as diverse and contentious as its storied history.
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Jordi Ruiz Cirera documents how soy production has boosted Paraguay’s economy—but devastated its rural population.
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