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Our Trip to the Dekalb Farmers Market On Tuesday April 3 2001 we went on a field trip to the Dekalb Farmers Market to observe the interaction of different cultures There are many different cultures working at the market and many different foods to buy The farmers market is very different from your normal grocery store The food offered is sold at a much more reasonable price that the grocery store We saw many interesting types of food not normally seen in the United States Some of the foods that we saw are as follows Bison Frog legs Squid Octopus Cows tongue and testicles A large selection of imported beer and wine Many different imported beverages from different countries Exotic fruits and vegetables The people that we observed working at the market were from various different cultures The actions of these workers were fairly normal but their appearance differed slightly You could tell different cultures by their accent and skin tone Their attire was the same blue apron pants and hat so their dress did not really reflect any cultural differences Through the use of English the workers that were from different cultures communicated with each other Their body language did not seem abnormal in this interaction After we browsed the market for a while and got the feel for the place we decided to have lunch The cafeteria was laid out in the traditional buffet style We saw many types of salad and dessert that differed from American produce We also saw many different fruit drinks imported from other countries along with the traditional sodas of the United States The hot food bar was different there were a few foods on it common to America but there were a few different foods from other cultures The different foods that we ate were Samosa- a choice of vegetables or meat wrapped in a fried shell shaped like a triangle Ethiopian Wheat-
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