10 Ways We Learned Where Our Food Comes from This Year

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This year, we continued our efforts to go around the world and learn where foods come from. We saw how authentic fish sauce gets made in a tiny Vietnamese village. We experienced an Alabama peanut harvest firsthand. We watched maple sap boil down into syrup in a hut in Vermont. We petted the cows in Jura, France, that produce the milk that makes Comté cheese.

And we didn’t stop at food, either — we also went to the Lodge factory in Tennessee to learn how our beloved cast iron skillets are made. Here are the 10 ways we learned more about food this year.

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Welcome to The Kitchn’s Best of 2014 roundup!

From December 22 through January 4 we are rounding up our favorite (and your favorite) posts from the past year.
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