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ETHIOPIA

Ethiopia

TRAVEL
Word of Mouth: Addis Ababa
by Jenny Miller Addis Ababa is a capital on the up-and-up. As the gateway to the rest of Ethiopia and its beguiling landscape, Addis is a city of almost constant sunshine and, in recent years, construction dust. Countless hotels, a light rail system...
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Olke Birre Coffee
Known internationally as a consistent producer of some of the world's best coffee, Ethiopia is a haven for coffee nerds. The dedicated team behind Counter Coffee Culture worked with organic farmer Olke Birre—one of the first in all of Yirgacheffe...
FOOD-DRINK
Love Grain
There's a new ancient grain in town, and it goes by the name of teff. The tiniest grain in the world is native to Ethiopia, where it's mainly used to bake injera; the flatbread that's a national dish and eaten daily in households. Teff is a nutritional...
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Oliberté
After spending several years working in the international aid community around Sub-Saharan Africa, frustration set in for Canadian Tal Dehtiar. Money intended to stimulate struggling economies seemed to dissipate with little to show for it in terms...