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Shoppers visit Little India
On an ethnic market tour of Union Square sponsored by the Somerville Arts Council, shoppers visit Little India. (Wiqan Ang for the Boston Globe) Wiqan Ang for the Boston Globe

World's fare

A tour of ethnic markets in Somerville's Union Square goes from pasta to paneer

By Kristen Green
Globe Correspondent / March 21, 2007

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Ethnic markets are a great cooking resource, places that offer reasonable prices and items you can't get anywhere else. In a world where sushi, Italian olives, miso soup, and coconut milk are standard fare on some tables, that's good news. For the rest of us, the shops can be overwhelming, even intimidating. (Full article: 846 words)

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