May 2022: Around the World Street Foods

Happy May! We had a fantastic time and a wonderful turn out for our last kitchen of the school year! May’s theme was Around the World Street Foods. These recipes featured foods from Asia, Mexico, the Mediterranean, Eastern Europe, and Africa. We encompassed various different cultures, bringing a variety of healthy dishes! Most of these dishes were plant-based focused and utilized different cooking methods. Thanks to everyone that joined and made this night special!

Every recipe has it’s own unique feature, feel free to check them out and try them out for yourself!

Appetizer: Falafel (Mediterranean)

Falafel is crisp and spiced chickpea (garbanzo beans) fritters that provide intense flavors of cumin, coriander, onion, and garlic. Because of the chickpeas, it is an excellent source of folate. Simple to prepare, this traditional Middle Eastern street food is tasty and perfect on its own or wrapped in pita bread and drizzled with tahini sauce or tzatziki sauce. Add a tomato and cucumber salad to turn this into a yummy, fresh meal.

Main: Tofu Banh Mi with Korean Radish Slaw (Vietnamese)

The Bánh Mì is a popular sandwich born from the fusion of French and Vietnamese cuisines after the French colonization of Vietnam. It features a French baguette stuffed with a variety of veggies and meat or tofu. Pickled carrots and daikon are a traditional Vietnamese condiment, but this recipe variation uses a traditional Korean daikon radish salad instead. Daikon is a large, mild-flavored radish frequently used in Southeast and East Asian cooking.

Main: Pancit (Filipino)

This dish, whose name is derived from a word that translates into “convenient,” is a crowd-pleasing staple on the Philippine islands. It is simple, cooks fast, and is easy to make in bulk. While there are many variations to this dish, the base ingredients remain the same: noodles, sauteed garlic and onions, and soy sauce for flavor. Just toss in your choice of noodle, protein, and veggies, and you have pancit.

Side Dish: Elote (Mexican)

The Spanish word “elote” directly translates to “corn cob.” Corn goes back as far as the Aztec civilization in Mexico; however, this recipe has its roots in the street vendors in Mexico City. Elote is eaten as a snack, but it can also be a delicious side dish.

Drink: Horchata (Mexican)

This refreshing and creamy drink originated in Spain and is quite popular in Latin cultures. While this recipe calls for rice, horchata was originally made from tiger nuts. This tasty drink is versatile: optional additions include a dash of nutmeg, allspice, or a sprinkle of cocoa powder. Serve chilled.

Take Home Dishes:

Peanut Soup, Senegalese style

This soup should be silky and smooth but not thick; it should be spicy, but not too hot; it should have a sharpness of tomato and lime, but not be sour; it should taste of peanuts, but not of peanut butter. To use the other half of the can of coconut milk, you may want to double the recipe. Another thought is to cook some brown rice and substitute part of the water with the coconut milk. Add the cooked rice to a bowl with the soup when serving. The soup also makes a delicious sauce for cooked chicken or tofu.

Keks (Eastern European Coffee Cake)

Keks is a traditional coffeecake eaten throughout Eastern Europe. It is usually served with tea or coffee with any meal, including breakfast. You can use different types of dried fruit and even add nuts. In summer, you can use fresh fruit of your choice as well; you just might need to lower the kefir amount slightly depending on how moist the fruit is. It is a perfect dessert for winter when fresh fruits aren’t in season.

For more information, check out the links below!

Around the World Street Foods Recipe Packet:



April 2022: Earth Friendly Eating

Happy Springtime! We had a wonderful second kitchen of the year! We are so thankful to have had the opportunity to connect with everyone, and cook together once again. April’s theme was “Earth Friendly Eating”. These recipes, handpicked and adapted by our team, include a variety of dishes that promote eating in an earth friendly way. This included plant based dishes, green dishes, and zero waste/minimal waste dishes!

Each recipe features something different, read the descriptions, and try them out for yourself.

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Lentil “Guacamole”

This is a great high-protein appetizer and spin-off of traditional guacamole. Lentils are an underutilized pantry item and one of the most earth-friendly foods in terms of environmental impact. They are also high in dietary fiber, potassium, and folate and may help lower cholesterol for heart health. This dish is easy and simple to prepare and can be dressed up with just a few extra ingredients. Bring a new favorite dip to the next potluck or BBQ with friends.

Participants and Team Members enjoying the appetizer of Lentil “Guacamole” together!

Fridge Fried Rice

Do you have day-old rice or a bunch of leftover vegetables you need to repurpose? Whether they are fresh, frozen, or previously cooked, fridge fried rice is the perfect way to make sure they don’t go to waste! The flexibility of ingredients allows you to customize this dish to whatever you desire or have on hand. The quick cooking time also makes it ideal for a weeknight meal and helps you reduce food waste.

Roasted Carrot Tart

This recipe is a great spring or late summer dish. It utilizes the entire carrot by making a carrot top pesto. The carrots are the star of the show here so if you see nice carrots at the farmers market this would be a great way to use them. Substitute the herbs for whatever you have on hand: basil for a more traditional pesto or parsley and mint for a Middle eastern twist. Use a mortar and pestle to make the pesto instead of the food processor to better control the texture, if desired.

Mixed Greens Salad with Spring Dijon Vinaigrette

Homemade dressings are easy and inexpensive to make. Use them on any combination of lettuces, herbs, and vegetables you like. They keep in a sealed container (such as a mason jar) for about a week (or longer if there are no dairy ingredients).

Simple Red Lentil Soup

A hearty and wholesome soup that embodies Earth. Spiced with traditional flavors of the East such as cumin and curry. This soup is simple to prepare, and delicious to eat, even when reheated. Pair with some pita to add depth to your meal. An incredibly satisfying, rich, and simple soup for you to enjoy.

Protein Brownies

These black bean brownies are a warm treat to share with the ones you love. Beans in your brownies might seem odd, but they add fiber and healthy plant protein without compromising the moist deliciousness that you expect from a brownie. Top with fresh fruit and you’ll have the perfect dessert.

Chocolate Pudding “Dirt” Cups

This recipe truly brings the nostalgia of childhood. A plant-based pudding recipe with no added sugar, is a great dessert to satisfy that sweet tooth. Dates are naturally sweet, high in fiber and rich in antioxidants, which are good for gut and immunity health. This recipe doesn’t require a lot of ingredients and is a fun, healthy alternative to make to a popular dessert.

For more information, check out the links below!

Earth Friendly Eating Recipe Packet



February 2022: Get Your Bowls Out!

Happy 2022! We were so excited to have our first in-person kitchen in a few years! We are so thankful to have had the opportunity to connect with everyone, and cook together again. February’s theme was “Get Your Bowls Out!”. These recipes, handpicked and adapted by our team, include a variety of different bowl dishes.

Each recipe features something different, read the descriptions, and try them out for yourself.

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Brussels Sprouts Salad

This colorful salad makes use of fresh ingredients and a flavorful dressing to create a bright-tasting, healthy side dish.  Add some protein like nuts, white beans, or grilled chicken or fish and you can turn it into a complete meal bowl. This dish uses Brussels sprouts in an unexpected way – slicing them thinly instead of roasting or sautéing them – for a delightful texture and delicious taste that even Brussels sprout deniers just might love.

Chili Cauliflower Rice Bowl

 These plant-based and common allergen-free bowls are full of spices and colorful veggies that make for a light and healthy dish. The “rice” here is not actual rice but cauliflower processed into rice-like pieces. The vegetables and beans can be changed (pinto? black?). Use a can of diced plum tomatoes if fresh ones are not in season. Consider topping it with something creamy such as whipped “cream” made from the aquafaba (drained water) from the chickpeas – just whip it up and add some cream of tartar to stabilize the foam.

Creamy Leek and Mushroom Pasta

This rich dish, with umami flavor from the mushrooms and earthy sweetness from the leek, is simple to make using seasonal produce to create a hearty and great tasting main course. The few ingredients pair well together, but would not overwhelm other flavors, also making this dish a great addition to a multiple course meal. 

Huevos Rancheros Quinoa Bowls

A flavorful, simple, protein-packed, gluten-free bowl for any time of day. Quinoa is an ancient grain that contains anti-inflammatory compounds as well as antioxidants. This dish is also high in dietary fiber. Any salsa would work here but a green one, like tomatillo salsa is especially delicious. Pre-cook the quinoa and use canned beans to make this fast and if really pressed for time, you can skip the eggs and still get a satisfying meal.  

Winter Squash Soup

This delightful soup is both flavorful and easy to make. Its bright colors and creamy texture make it the perfect soup for a cold day, and its simplicity makes it ideal for a weekday. Garnish with croutons and Gruyere cheese for added crunch and cheesy goodness. 

Yogurt Parfaits

You can never go wrong when you combine fruit with creamy yogurt, crunchy granola, and a tart berry sauce all in one delicious bowl! This recipe is easy to execute, and you can enjoy it as a quick breakfast or snack, or serve for dessert. If pressed for time, you could use a low-sugar jam in place of the homemade berry sauce.

For more information, check out the links below!

Get Your Bowls Out! Recipe Packet



May 2021: No Bake Picnic

Hi Friends!

Who loves a picnic on a warm sunny day? Well, we sure do! For our last Community Kitchen of this school year, our theme is No Bake Picnic. We decided to incorporate simple and refreshing recipes that go well with various other dishes, and are perfect to share with others. 

Check out the links to our YouTube videos below as well as the attached recipe packet. 

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Chickpea Salad Sandwich 

These tangy sandwiches are a vegetarian take on a classic picnic favorite: the chicken salad sandwich. The red onions add a nice crunch to the softer salad. To prevent the contents from spilling out of the sandwich, try replacing the baguette with a pita pocket or a wrap. To make this recipe vegan, simply use vegan mayo instead of regular mayo.

Black Bean Hummus

This is a great dip for tortilla chips or veggies. It provides an abundance of classic ingredients that create a gourmet hummus that will make you think was made in a restaurant. From the fresh flavors of cilantro to the spice of crushed red peppers and cumin, the combination of flavors also makes a perfect addition to a picnic. 

Fresh Herb Potato Salad

This potato salad is the perfect addition to any picnic or backyard barbeque. It is light and fresh, because it is made with fresh herbs and without any mayonaise. This dish is perfect served immediately, chilled, or at room temperature. Because there is no mayonnaise in this potato salad, it is safe to serve at room temperature! Potato salad is a great side for grilled chicken, hamburgers, or our Chickpea Salad Sandwiches. 

Greek Yogurt Coleslaw

The crunchy cabbage against the acidic and sweet dressing makes for a refreshing combination for a warm-day picnic. A good source of vitamin A and vitamin C, this side dish is quick, easy to make, and customizable. Parsley is added for extra flavor – you can add as much or as little to your taste preference.  This fresh take on a classic pairs well with many different main courses, whether it is sandwiches, wraps, or barbecue food! 

Labneh Dip

This yogurt dip uses labneh, a soft cheese popular in Middle Eastern cuisine made from strained yogurt. This versatile dip can be served alongside pita chips, bread, vegetables, and even as a spread on sandwiches – the possibilities are endless! With only 3 ingredients, this dip is easy to make for a picnic on a sunny day.

Frozen Raspberry Cheesecake Bites

These no-bake cheesecake bites are the perfect addition for a warm summer day’s picnic. They have a nice balance of chocolate and cheesecake filling with a raspberry burst in the middle. This treat is easily customizable – you can experiment with other fruits or add flavorings such as fruit liqueurs in the cream cheese of the cheesecake mixture. A cooler or an insulated container will ensure your cheesecake bites stay cold all the way to your picnic destination. 

Thank you again for watching or cooking with us! Here you can find a link to our recipe packet, so you can cook these at home too!

We look forward to hopefully seeing everyone in person next October!


April 2021: Spring Brunch in 10 Ingredients or Less

Hi Everyone!

Who enjoys the warm and bright spring month of April? For this month’s theme, “Spring Brunch in 10 Ingredients or Less” is a very special occasion as this marks the 10-year anniversary of Community Kitchen that was originally founded in 2011. In honor of this time, we are delighted to have among us two past coordinators of this program from 3 and 10 years ago respectively being Violet Lederman and Gina Ogazi featured in this months kitchen as guest chefs. We’d like to thank them for everything they’ve done for Community Kitchen over the years. These recipes are filled with vibrant fruits and vegetables that complement this wonderful time of the year. 

Check out the links to our Youtube videos below and the attached recipe packet. 

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Spring Frittata 

This egg bake is similar to a quiche without the crust. Naturally grain-free, this dish can be served alongside fruit, fresh greens or crispy potatoes.  Vibrant asparagus and sweet potatoes make a colorful addition to springtime brunch and come with vitamins A, C,  B6, and K. Leeks featured in this frittata may be replaced with shallots for a similar flavor. With simple preparation and a quick baking time, this is a great dish to satisfy friends and family.

Fresh Spring Pea Soup 

This soup is vibrant in both color and flavor thanks to the fresh peas and green herbs. The mint in particular compliments the peas perfectly, adding brightness to the dish. It may seem like a lot of mint at first, but add the full amount! You won’t regret it. The soup is also very versatile. You can serve it warm or chilled. You can make it vegan by substituting the butter with olive oil and leaving the creme fraiche on the side. You can also get creative with the garnishes. Try topping it with some smoked salmon – it’s a real treat!

Beetroot puff pastry 

Looking for a unique and colorful side dish or appetizer? This beetroot puff pastry dish is perfect! The sweet, flaky crust paired with the salty goat cheese and earthy beets are sure to be a hit. It is quick to make but looks, gourmet. Beets are not the most common vegetable, but this is a great way to introduce people to them. 

Blueberry Scones 

These scones are a great addition to any spring brunch. With only 10 ingredients and the use of fresh blueberries, they are simple and flavorful. Heavy cream instead of butter makes the scones delicate and flaky. They can be topped with fresh jam or are delicious on their own. The scones can also be made with whole wheat pastry flour for an extra nutritious boost! 

Oat Pancakes with a Strawberry Compote 

Take regular pancakes up a notch by adding oatmeal to the batter and topping with a delicious berry compote. These pancakes are full of fiber and have no added sugar, so they are an excellent match for this compote, which adds a touch of sweetness and a boost of spring flavor. The topping is also a great way to make the most of fresh strawberries that are on their last day or two. If you have rhubarb, try adding that to the compote too!

Lemony Leeks with Chickpeas and Feta 

This dish features leeks as the main attraction and is a great introduction to this delicious (and hard to grow) vegetable. It provides an abundance of vitamins and minerals: folate, Vitamin A, C, and E, iron, calcium, magnesium, and more. From the natural sweet yet sharp taste of leeks and tanginess of goat Feta to the zestiness and pungency of lemon, this fusion of  flavors makes the perfect meal that’s a nod to spring. 

Sparkling Cucumber Limeade 

This refreshing sparkling beverage would add interest to any spring brunch. Made with a homemade lime simple syrup and combined with lime juice, English cucumber, and sparkling water, this beverage is refreshing and the perfect amount of tart. To make it more budget-friendly, you can use all bottled lime juice rather than juicing your own limes for the same great taste.

Thank you again for watching or cooking with us! Here you can find a link to our recipe packet, so you can cook these at home too! 

Check back in May for our next Kitchen event! 


February 2021: In Love With Chocolate

Hi friends! 

Who loves chocolate? Well we sure do! For this month’s theme, In Love With Chocolate, we decided to incorporate chocolate into every recipe! Both sweet and savory, these recipes are sure to feed your chocolate cravings! 

Check out the links to our Youtube videos below and the attached recipe packet. 

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Dark Chocolate and Goat Cheese Stuffed Dates 

These stuffed dates make a perfect appetizer or sweet snack. Chewy dates, stuffed with goat cheese and dark chocolate, and topped with cayenne maple syrup, are salty and sweet, with a little kick of spice. This recipe is super customizable as the amount of chocolate, salt and cayenne can be altered based on personal preference. 

Chocolate Sweet Potato Drop Biscuits 

These wholesome biscuits are a fun way to add a touch of chocolate to your meal without overpowering sweetness. They are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, and also a great way to sneak in a vegetable. If you can find it, use whole wheat pastry flour for softer texture. These biscuits can also easily be made vegan by using non-dairy milk. In case of a nut allergy, the nuts can be omitted. 

Butternut Squash Enchiladas with Quick Mole Sauce 

A traditional Mexican dish that has a delightful secret you may not have known, there is chocolate in the sauce! This dish features a spicy, sweet mole sauce that is easy to make. The flavor is balanced well by the simple, sweet squash and complemented by the salty cheese. Make this dish your own by adding more veggies to the filling or customize the toppings. Whatever you do, you will be sure to enjoy it! 

Black Bean Chili with Cocoa & Roasted Potatoes 

This chili is plentiful in vitamin C, fiber, protein, and satisfying flavors. It’s quick and easy to make. With red peppers, chili powder, and a generous amount of cocoa powder, this chili has just the right amount of spices and plant-based ingredients to fill you up and delight you with its chocolate flavor.

Mocha Granola 

Calling all coffee and chocolate lovers! This mocha granola is a great way to start your morning or give you a boost in the afternoon. Oats are gluten-free and you can use pumpkin seeds if you are navigating nut allergies. For a vegan version, use maple syrup or agave as the sweetener, and vegan chocolate chunks at the end. For those who enjoy a bit of spice, the “Spiced Mocha” version offers a nice flavor kick, and an antiinflammatory boost as well! 

Chocolate Carrot Cake 

This is a fluffy, moist, and rich chocolate carrot cake. It is topped with a creamy frosting made from cashews with a hint of orange flavor. Unlike traditional carrot cake, this recipe includes an addition of cocoa powder, espresso powder, and chopped dark chocolate that all add richness and depth of flavor. The almond milk can be substituted for cow’s milk in this recipe. To boost fiber content, half of the flour is whole wheat. 

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Check back in April for our next Kitchen event! 


January 2021 – Everyday Food as Medicine

Happy 2021! Thank you for joining us again online and in our home kitchens. We are still so thankful to have the ability to adapt and continue to connect with our community virtually. January’s theme is “Everyday Food as Medicine.” These recipes, handpicked and adapted by our team, are full of vitamins to help your body stand strong against illnesses. 

Each recipe features something different, read the descriptions and watch the videos to learn more!

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Chickpea and Kale Tuscan-Style Soup

This soup is filled with fresh vegetables, hearty beans, and savory herbs. It contains vitamin A from the kale which supports a healthy immune system, and the fiber from the beans promotes a healthy gut. It’s simple to make and relatively quick to prepare. An ideal pairing for this soup is a slice of crusty, whole-grain bread and a sprinkle of cheese. 

Glowing Carrot Tumeric Soup

This soup is loaded with vitamin A, sweetness, and warming flavors. It’s quick and easy to make. With turmeric, ginger root, and a touch of cayenne pepper, this soup has just the right amount of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory substances to boost your immune system and so it is perfect for the winter months. You can find turmeric root in the produce department of some grocery stores or, if you cannot find it, you can use turmeric powder instead. 

Winter Citrus Salad

In winter we don’t always think of salads, but this seasonal dish is full of fresh flavor and is so easy to put together. The three different types of citrus are sweet against the white wine vinegar in the dressing. Chia seeds are a great alternative to poppy seeds in summer dressings and they are full of inflammation-fighting omega-3 fatty acids. Immune-boosting vitamin C from the fruit is sure to fight against winter sickness. 

Apple and Orange Streusel Bars

These chewy and flaky layered bars are the perfect balance of freshness and warm spices, layering buttery shortbread rust, tart apples, and cinnamon streusel. With apples and oranges this recipe is a great source of vitaminA as well as a little vitamin C. Adding vitamin A or C to the diet is one way to boost immunity. This recipe can easily be made vegan by substituting butter with vegan butter. Try using half whole wheat flour for added nutrients. The bars are delicious on their own or warmed, next to a scoop of vanilla ice cream. 

Warm Dates with Almonds and Lime Zest

Take simple dates up a notch by trying this dessert. Heating the dates translate their naturally sweet flavor almost into caramel, and their soft texture is perfectly paired with the crunchy almonds inside. Olive oil and almonds provide vitamin E, an important antioxidant for the immune system. Make sure to let your family and friends trying this dish know that there are almonds inside, not pits! 

For more information, check out the links below!


November 2020 – Some of Our Favorite Things

Hello Community Kitchen friends!

We are so pleased to share with you this month’s dishes, which are just in time for Thanksgiving and other holiday festivities. You will find below a description of each dish and the link to the YouTube video of each.

Jalapeño Poppers – An awesome appetizer, that is simple, spicy, and cheesy! Sure, to be a hit at any at-home party.

Lentil Shepard’s Pie – Look no further for comfort food! This dish is warm, flavorful, and hearty, perfect for any winter day.

Mushroom Sage Stuffing – Fresh herbs, spices, and artisan bread? This stuffing is unlike others you’ve had before and definitely a showstopper at the dinner table. This recipe pairs well with gravy or our own cranberry sauce!

Maple-Roasted Brussel Sprouts – Crispy and caramelized Brussel sprouts are a fresh fall take on a controversial vegetable. Let us change your mind by giving these a try, and maybe add the optional bacon for a savory kick.

Great Great Grandma Croft’s Cranberry Sauce
– Just like this recipe, this recipe gets sweeter over time. Make this side ahead and always feel prepared when you need a sweet addition or eat it by itself! One of our Community Kitchen member’s family favorites, that you can add to your own family traditions.

Pumpkin Scones with Spiced Glaze
Fill your home with the smells of fall. This recipe is the perfect ending or beginning to your day. Featuring delicious, moist scones, with a sweet, spiced glaze round it all out.

Thank you all for joining us once again in our homes. We hope you have a blessed holiday season with your loved ones. Please share with us how these recipes go! We will see you next year for more delicious recipes!

We Hope You Enjoy Some of Our Favorite Things!


October Kitchen Release

Hello, and thank you for joining us for our first ever virtual kitchen! Our theme this October is “Tried and True: Recipes to Get You Through Being at Home.” 

This month we grew as a team and got to see a unique side of each member, their most trusted recipes. 

Below you will find descriptions of the dishes and links to watch it being prepared on our YouTube page. 

Greak Pasta Salad

This Mediterranean-inspired dish is perfect as a main or a side, or leftovers. It can be easily dressed up or down, and is full of calcium, vitamin A, and those healthy fats!

Quinoa with Roasted Veggies and Feta

A hearty dish that is perfect for anytime of the day, is what you’ll see here. This video highlights how to use quinoa and some quick tips, as well as some fantastic flavors.

Lentil Bolognese:

Are you looking for a plant-based take on an Italian classic, that is high in fiber and packed with protein? Well, look no further, our Lentil Bolognese has just that and is inexpensive to make. 

One-pot Vegetarian Pumpkin Chili

A very easy dish to prepare, that is also bursting with warm flavors is what you’ll see here. There is less mess with this one-pot recipe and it is sure to be favorite in your home. 

Sweet Potato and Black Bean Tacos

Sweet, tangy, and hearty, these tacos are sure to satisfy. It’s easy to customize it with your favorite toppings and enjoy. 

Pumpkin Bread

The perfect fall dessert is here! Soft, fluffy, and plant-based? Round out the end of your day, or cozy up with a slice of this and a warm drink, whatever you choose, it’s sure to be delicious. 

Thank you again for watching or cooking with us! Here you can find a link to our recipe packet, so you can cook these at home too!

If you would like to donate to the Community Kitchen, feel free to use this link: Here, you can select the “other” option, and write in Community Kitchen. 

Join us in November for more food and fun! Be sure you are following us @spukitchen on Instagram and Facebook for more updates!


Introducing the “new” SPU Community Kitchen

The everchanging times that we are living in have prompted us to re-envision our Community Kitchen and shift the program to an online space. We are still committed to facilitating community around food and inspiring you to cook using easy, nutritious, and seasonal recipes. 

Starting in October, the Community Kitchen Team will release our first virtual Kitchen, featuring homemade demonstration videos of tried and true recipes. We will invite you into our homes virtually so you can see all that’s needed to cook up delicious food is desire and some good recipes – no fancy equipment or advanced skills are required. 

We are thrilled to continue providing inspiration and resources for you – our community –  and we hope that you join us from your kitchen on the evening of October 14th! 

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