As a new documentary shows, a plate of soul food is loaded with questions about history, identity and health. Laylah Amatullah Barrayn/PBS hide caption

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The Cost Of Being A Nation Of 'Soul Food Junkies'

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Sylvia Woods moves to the music outside her restaurant in Harlem neighborhood of New York, during the restaurant's 40th anniversary celebration in 2002. Stuart Ramson/AP hide caption

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Soul Food Fans Say Goodbye To 'Queen' Sylvia

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