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Pepper season in the Balkans means it's 'Ajvar' sauce production time
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The stunning vegan cakes made with foraged natural ingredients
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France: Hope springs from the ashes of Lyon's prized gastronomy centre
Uncertainty over the economy and tourism amid the coronavirus pandemic has forced Lyon's International City of Gastronomy to close its doors.
Would you eat a vegan donut?
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The campaign helped thousands to ditch meat since its launch in 2014
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South Korea celebrates its national food at Seoul Kimchi Festival
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