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Getting in the kitchen can also act upon the same pleasure centers in the brain as travel. Baynard says, “Taking an online cooking class or finding a great recipe for the cuisine of a specific country is another way to travel from the safety of your home. This allows you to explore different food ingredients, stimulate all five of your senses, and imagine being physically in the locale of the cuisine.”

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There are several tropical fruits on this list, but guava earns the top spot with 206 mg of vitamin C per fruit! While guava is not a terribly common ingredient in American cuisine, it should find its way into your kitchen — it’s a great source of potassium and fiber, which aid in digestion and heart health. Try it in your next baking venture, or add some to your morning smoothie.

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Here's a gift that leaves something to look forward to after the holidays are over. Options include:

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Athletes and visitors will be able to taste Peru's cuisine, which is famous worldwide for its rich culinary traditions that blend indigenous and Asian flavors. The cafeteria at the Pan American Games villa is set up to serve about 50,000 portions of food a day. The gargantuan dining hall is about the size of one and a half soccer fields, and its kitchen is about the size of nine basketball courts.

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The following classes will be offered at the CIA at Copia during the week of April 15 – April 21. The complete class calendar is on the websit…

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