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From fried chicken to margaritas, chefs are reinventing MSG and pushing against anti-Asian stigma
Monosodium glutamate (MSG) is an historically stigmatized food ingredient, and that stigma can often be traced to anti-Chinese racism. But a growing chorus of culinary voices are making the case that it is a game changer when used correctly.
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