Photo: Israel's Ethiopians Forced to Give Up Traditional Bread



An undated photo shows teff grain being processed near Adis Abeba (Addis Ababa), Ethiopia.

Rising food prices around the world combined with drought have caused Ethiopia to clamp down on teff exports, forcing many expatriate Jews now living in Israel to go without the injera bread that traditionally accompanies their meals.

Read more of our special series on the global food crisis.

Photograph by Michael S. Lewis/NGS


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