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Justin Ruben of ParentsTogether speaks on Thursday at a press conference organized to deliver 1.5 million petitions to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The petitions are protesting proposed changes to the food stamps program that would also affect the free school lunch program. Jemal Countess/Getty Images for Parents Together hide caption

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Suriya Paprajong moved to Greenland in the winter of 2001. Some 18 years later, he has built up a life, including opening his own restaurant. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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A Tiny Thai Restaurant In Remote Greenland Serves Up Spice (And Whale Skin Soup)

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A McDonald's employee holds a sign during a 2018 protest against sexual harassment in the workplace in Chicago. Joshua Lott/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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McDonald's Is Sued Over 'Systemic Sexual Harassment' Of Female Workers

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Unlike most dairy cows in America, which are descended from just two bulls, this cow at Pennsylvania State University has a different ancestor: She is the daughter of a bull that lived decades ago, called University of Minnesota Cuthbert. The bull's frozen semen was preserved by the U.S. Agriculture Department. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Chef Angie Mar, who has received rave reviews for her New York chophouse Beatrice Inn, has been called a "badass" by the press. While some women have no problem with the word and use it in an entirely complimentary context, many others dislike its bro-culture connotation. Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images hide caption

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A vineyard worker drives a grape harvester tractor in the Bordeaux region of southwestern France, where climate change is raising new challenges for winemakers. Georges Gobet/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Climate Change Is Disrupting Centuries-Old Methods Of Winemaking In France

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Nattapong Kaweeantawong, a third-generation owner of Wattana Panich, stirs the soup while his mother (left) helps serve and his wife (center) does other jobs at the restaurant. Nattapong or another family member must constantly stir the thick brew. Michael Sullivan for NPR hide caption

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Soup's On! And On! Thai Beef Noodle Brew Has Been Simmering For 45 Years

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Lake Shinji, near Japan's coast, is known for its beauty. Until about a decade ago, the lake was also home to thriving fisheries. New research suggests runoff of the controversial pesticides known as neonicotinoids, used on nearby rice paddies, may be responsible for declining fish populations. Gyro Photography/amanaimagesRF/Getty Images hide caption

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Controversial Pesticides Are Suspected Of Starving Fish

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Nestlé USA is announcing a voluntary recall for some of its ready-to-bake refrigerated cookie dough products. Sacramento Bee/Tribune News Service via Getty I hide caption

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In a new book of essays, literary luminaries share stories of surviving dark times and the foods tied to those memories. Think of it as a cathartic dinner party. Meryl Rowin hide caption

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Shannan Troncoso, co-owner of Brookland's Finest Bar & Kitchen in Washington, D.C., has turned her customers into fans of Brussels sprouts. Catie Dull/NPR hide caption

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From Culinary Dud To Stud: How Dutch Plant Breeders Built Our Brussels Sprouts Boom

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A young girl paints a pumpkin teal to signify that a place is safe for children with food allergies to go trick-or-treating. Courtesy of Food Allergy Research & Education hide caption

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Fresh Corner Café sells loose fruits and fresh pre-packaged items like salads, sandwich wraps and fruit cups to corner stores, grocery stores and gas stations. Courtesy of Valaurian Waller hide caption

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A winemaker pours rosé at the Chateau Sainte Roseline in the southern France region of Provence. European producers of premium specialty agricultural products like French wine, face a U.S. tariff hike with duties on a range of European goods, including wine. Daniel Cole/AP hide caption

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Where There's A Wine, There's A Way

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'Mixtape Potluck' Is Inspired By Questlove's 'Food Salon' Dinner Parties

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