Matthew Secich's wife, Crystal, behind the sausage counter at the deli they opened in Unity, Maine. Jennifer Mitchell/MPBN hide caption

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Chef Trades Toque For Amish Beard, Opens Off-The-Grid Deli In Maine

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Sam Mullet stands in the front yard of his home in Bergholz, Ohio, in 2011. Mullet has now been sentenced to serve 10 years and nine months in jail. Amy Sancetta/AP hide caption

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Lebanon Levi (center) is depicted as the ringleader in Discovery's Amish Mafia. Locals in Lancaster County, Pa., say the reality TV show and its spinoffs are offensive fabrications. Discovery Networks hide caption

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A Growing Backlash Against 'Amish Exploitation' In Pennsylvania

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Amish show up at a makeshift clinic to get vaccinated against the measles. There's been an outbreak of measles among the Amish in central Ohio. Sarah Jane Tribble/Sarah Jane Tribble hide caption

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Measles Outbreak In Ohio Leads Amish To Reconsider Vaccines

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One Amish family in Lancaster County, Pa., has three horse-pulled buggies they store in a barn. They all have electric lights powered by rechargeable batteries. One of the buggies even has battery-powered windshield wipers. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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Amish Community Not Anti-Technology, Just More Thoughtful

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The Dutch Haven restaurant and gift shop in Ronks, Pa. Color postcard, circa 1955. Courtesy of University of Pennsylvania Press hide caption

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