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"This year's trends generally fit into larger movements, around healthy eating - with a greater emphasis on vegan cooking and curative foods - and concern for the planet through sustainable practices. Linda Burum also notes a generational shift in ethnic cooking, where second- and third-generation children of immigrant families are taking over their parents' kitchens and shattering norms.

Some items on previous years trend lists have gone truly mainstream: avocado toast, poke, foods in bowls, fried chicken, truffles, kale, the growing acceptance of farm-raised fish, Brussels sprouts, customizable fast food, upscale vegan cooking and restaurants filtering and bottling water on site."

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