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Mexican Cuisine Along the U.S.-Mexico Border

The epitome of misconception and ignorance with Mexican culture lies within the preconceived ideas of what Mexican cuisine truly is. America provides us with chains like Taco Bell to give us a taste of what this culture can provide. But is Mexican food really tacos, burritos, and enchiladas? I’m here to tell you that is […]

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A Solution to our Agricultural Problems?

Every year the number of chinampas, a sustainable eco-friendly form of agriculture, decreases to all-new record lows. Started as early as 3,500 years ago, these beds of mud three to ten meters across and up to thirty meters long, surrounded on three or more sides by water can have crops growing in them year-round. In […]

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