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Are you ready to go on a culinary adventure? In this episode, we’ll be exploring the delicious world of Ethiopian food! From spicy stews to crispy flatbreads, Ethiopian cuisine is full of unique flavors and textures that are sure to make your taste buds dance.
We’ll start by giving an overview of Ethiopian food, including the spices and ingredients that are commonly used in Ethiopian cooking. We’ll explain the tradition of eating with your hands and how it’s an important part of the Ethiopian dining experience.
Next, we’ll delve into some of the most popular Ethiopian dishes, like injera (a spongy, sourdough flatbread), doro wat (a spicy chicken stew), and Kristen’s favorite vegetarian dishes!  
By the end of the episode, young listeners will have a newfound appreciation for Ethiopian food and the rich culinary traditions of this fascinating country. So grab a napkin and a glass of water, and get ready to explore the mouth-watering world of Ethiopian cuisine with us!
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