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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Since I was younger, I’ve seen food — Asian food particularly — in the same comforting way I saw my family’s moments at the dinner table, but also as a connection to the life in Taiwan that I had never experienced.
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Since I was younger, I’ve seen food — Asian food particularly — in the same comforting way I saw my family’s moments at the dinner table, but also as a connection to the life in Taiwan that I had never experienced.
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Tteokbokki is one of my all-time favorite foods. It is a Korean rice cake dish made with a spicy red chili sauce base topped with fish cake and scallion.
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Tteokbokki is one of my all-time favorite foods. It is a Korean rice cake dish made with a spicy red chili sauce base topped with fish cake and scallion.
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Now, I'm not here to lecture you on healthy eating. No, no. This is all about how to survive finals week as cheaply and as satisfyingly as possible.
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Now, I'm not here to lecture you on healthy eating. No, no. This is all about how to survive finals week as cheaply and as satisfyingly as possible.
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If you’ve been in the East Bay this summer you may have been informed by a friend or two about UberEATS' new promotion in which you can get a $20 discount on your first order using a friend's promotion code, although now they've changed the promotion to a $10 discount. Like us, you were probably skeptical and conducted a comprehensive Google search to find out what the catch was. Turns out this deal is pretty much exactly what it sounds like and it's basically the best thing to ever happen to UC Berkeley students in the history of free food promotions. Here are some reasons why:
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If you’ve been in the East Bay this summer you may have been informed by a friend or two about UberEATS' new promotion in which you can get a $20 discount on your first order using a friend's promotion code, although now they've changed the promotion to a $10 discount. Like us, you were probably skeptical and conducted a comprehensive Google search to find out what the catch was. Turns out this deal is pretty much exactly what it sounds like and it's basically the best thing to ever happen to UC Berkeley students in the history of free food promotions. Here are some reasons why:
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