Food

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With food safety scandals plaguing Asia, the Northwest's zest for organic eating is a welcome change.

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No longer do Bellevue residents and workers have to wait for Fridays to enjoy food truck goodness. Downtown Bellevue's food truck pod is now open five days a week.

The Cauliflower and Wild Mushroom Kugel served at the "A Monday Night in Winter" pop up restaurant. Sisters Anna and Molly Goren, Seattleites who organized the event, hope it will help bring more Jewish food choices to the area. (Photo by Lindsey Wasson / The Seattle Times)

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Seattle's Jewish community is growing fast developing a taste for traditional Ashkenazi cuisine.

Solomon Dubie at the Rainier Ave mini mart that he plans to convert to an Ethiopian Coffee Shop. (Photo by Colleen McDivett)

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Replacing junk food and beer with coffee and culture.

Bird flu export ban Washington and Oregon.

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Bans of U.S. poultry are a big blow to farmers, but not a health risk for consumers.