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Colada Shop co-owner and Bresca partner Daniella Senior; Taqueria Del Barrio Chef/Owner Anna Bran Leis and Dining Traveler founder Jessica van Dop DeJesus join host Mary Kong-DeVito to return to their roots as Latina women in the U.S.

[9:31] Daniella explains how the indigenous culture and foods of her home country of the Dominican Republic were wiped out by disease and colonization.

[19:57] Jessica shares how Puerto Ricans are returning their roots post-hurricane Maria.

[30:03] Daniella talks about one of her biggest regrets.

[31:42] Anna at first didn’t realize she was any different from the kids she grew up with in Silver Spring, Maryland.

[34:08] Jessica laments the lack of value seen in “ethnic” food.

[35:51] Daniella says the lack of value seen in Latino foods is driven by Latinos themselves.

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