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Above: A woman cuts head cheese at the Salone del Gusto. Below: Sarah Dibben, with husband Aaron (center), at the conference. Above: A woman cuts head cheese at the Salone del Gusto. Below: Sarah Dibben, with husband Aaron (center), at the conference. (giuseppe cacace/afp/getty images)
By Judith Monachina
Globe Correspondent / November 5, 2008

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TURIN, Italy - Early in the morning at the Salone del Gusto, the large indoor market here, it's so quiet that you can hear the sound of carts rolling over stone floors. (Full article: 875 words)

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