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True story: In June, four Boise Weekly staffers enjoyed a fantastic Ethiopian meal in Tucson, Ariz. While chatting up the proprietor, we mentioned we were from Idaho. Turns out Zemam's Ethiopian Cuisine in Tucson gets the teff for its injera--the spongy bread that's a substitute for Americans' beloved silverware--from a grower in Idaho. And it turns out that grower--the Teff Company, based in Canyon County--is among the largest producers of the stuff in the country. And you thought Idaho potatoes were the state's most international crop.:

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