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The world of fermentation.
Ari Shapiro eats everything, podcasting chocolate with Simran Sethi of the Slow Melt, the New Yorker's Adam Gopnik on staging food, plus our tips for using the different types of salt and a recipe for Japanese potato salad.
“In Tunisia I had a dish called lablabi—torn up stale bread, chickpeas, broth, harissa, tuna, capers, preserved lemon and a raw egg [...] richly flavored salty, funky, spicy, intense—almost like chili.”