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Describe a new food experience you've had at Purdue.

Jonathon Larson Hannah Mears Craig Angle Emily Dieckman

"When we were in Italy (on study abroad) we ate a lot of different food, and my roommate Mike ate horse. Neigh neigh."

"In Brazil I tried capybara, which is the largest rodent in the world."

"I tried teff, an Ethiopian food, as part of an international understandings class. It was not good at all."

"I tried sushi and it was different because I've never had anything like that growing up on a farm."

Jonathan Larson, Entomology, senior, Tipton, Ind. Hannah Mears, Agribusiness managment, senior, Delphi, Ind. Craig Angle,
Soil and crop science, senior, Rushville, Ind.
Emily Dieckman, Animal agribusiness, freshman, Greensburg, Ind.

Jacob Smoker Kayla Kline Tyler Reynolds

"I had never really had Chinese food until I came here and learned to use chopsticks. Thank you, Ford Dining Court."

"In my Agronomy 285 class, we tried fermented calf. It tasted like vinegar and looked like a pancake with little air bubbles."

"On my recent trip to Honduras with International Programs in Agriculture study abroad, I ate termites in the rainforest. They tasted like lemons."

Jacob Smoker, Horticultural production, marketing and agricultural eocnomics, junior, Wanatah, Ind. Kayla Kine,
Animal agribusiness, sophomore, Hartford City, Ind.
Tyler Reynolds,
Natural resources and environmental science, sophomore, Noblesville, Ind.