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Would you eat a cricket? Parth Shah hide caption

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Didier Tass, behind the counter of his butcher shop, says he purchases meat from small farmers who raise cows and butcher them humanely and in small quantities. Eleanor Beardsley/NPR hide caption

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French Butchers Ask For Protection After Threats From Militant Vegans

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Bea (right) and Maggie Ordever outside their bed-and-breakfast in Seglien, France. The couple moved last October from southeastern England to this village in Brittany, in the western region in France, which has historical ties to Great Britain. Courtesy of Bea and Maggie Ordever/NPR hide caption

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France's Brittany Sees New Wave Of Brits Post-Brexit

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Souleymane Sylla (right) with his lawyer in Paris on Tuesday during the trial of the four British men accused of racist violence towards him in February 2015. Bertrand Guay/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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People gather at a makeshift memorial to honor the victims of an attack on Friday, near the area where a truck mowed through revelers in Nice, France. Laurent Cipriani/AP hide caption

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Forensic police investigate a truck at the scene of a terror attack on the Promenade des Anglais on Thursday evening in Nice, France. A French-Tunisian attacker killed 84 people as he drove a truck through crowds gathered to watch a fireworks display during Bastille Day celebrations. The Asahi Shimbun via Getty Images hide caption

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Baguettes on sale at the Edgar Quinet market in Paris. Paul Asman and Jill Lenoble/Flickr hide caption

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Parisians On Hunt For Baguettes As Bakers Get Nod To Take Vacation

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The parents of Cyrilla Boyer (left) and Paternilla Pratt spoke pawpaw French fluently, but the sisters never learned the language. Teachers in the 1920s and 1930s would discipline kids for speaking French. Jacob McCleland/KRCU hide caption

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Saving A French Dialect That Once Echoed In The Ozarks

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