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Victoria Gonzalez is a journalist based in Southern California. She is interested in food cultures around the world, migration, David Bowie and ice cream. She has written for KCET, PBS SoCal, Los Angeles Magazine and San Diego Magazine. You can find her watching baking shows, eating tacos in her hometown of Tijuana or reading food magazines.

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