According to dieticians, food habits are becoming consistently healthier. And it’s true, right? We’re all much more aware of what we’re consuming and the effects of what the food we eat has on our body. This is a fairly convenient truth, given the masses of international foods that we can readily order at the drop of a hat. What a time to be alive, folks!
There are, naturally, plenty of unexpected dishes that might be yet to surface onto the main table. You might have to do a bit of digging to locate a couple of these, but isn’t eating all about trying new things and having new experiences? Get on board this gravy train, we’re eating international tonight.
Sort of an equivalent to the French crepe… but it’s also vegan (hell yes 21st Century eating). Comprises of two things: teff flour (which is the smallest grain in the world) and water. Ethiopians use it as bread or as a tool to scoop food from the plate. Aren’t you bored of the rigorous Canadian eating etiquette?