NPR News: How Did Chickpea Flour, A Staple Of Indian Cuisine, Become A Health Food Sensation?

How Did Chickpea Flour, A Staple Of Indian Cuisine, Become A Health Food Sensation?
Indians, along with the Nepalese, Pakistanis and many others, have been cooking with it for centuries. As Americans now embrace this ingredient with gusto, will its culinary heritage get blurred?

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NPR News: How Did Chickpea Flour, A Staple Of Indian Cuisine, Become A Health Food Sensation?

NPR News: Opinion: One Million Species Are At Risk Of Disappearing. Humans Should Act Now

Opinion: One Million Species Are At Risk Of Disappearing. Humans Should Act Now
This week, the U.N. issued the summary of a report warning of unprecedented declines in biodiversity. Scott Simon makes the case for humankind to assume responsibility for protecting the vulnerable.

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NPR News: Opinion: One Million Species Are At Risk Of Disappearing. Humans Should Act Now