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Teff: Ethiopia’s Gluten-Free Gift

A young Ethiopian woman makes injera, a fermented bread made from the world's smallest grain. (SOLAN GEMECHU/AFP/Getty Images)
A young Ethiopian woman makes injera, a fermented bread made from the world's smallest grain. (SOLAN GEMECHU/AFP/Getty Images)

Part of the allure of Ethiopian cuisine is dining without utensils. In place of spoons and forks, Ethiopians use injera—a spongy crepe used to grab...




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