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How Cultures Have Influenced The FOOD we eat food By Leon Williams Demographics of Wichita White 258,900 77.6% Black 39,325 11.8% Asian Indian 3,986 1.2% Asian 13,647 4.1%

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demographics of wichita
Demographics of Wichita
  • White 258,900 77.6%
  • Black 39,325 11.8%
  • Asian Indian 3,986 1.2%
  • Asian 13,647 4.1%
  • Chinese 1,367 0.4%
  • Filipino 672 0.2%
  • Japanese 263 0.1%
  • Korean 552 0.2%
  • Vietnamese 6,859 2.1%
  • Other Asian 2,516 0.8
  • Hawaiian 189 0.1%
italian foods

These are some Italian foods

  • Pasta
  • Pizza
  • Spaghetti
  • Lavonia
  • Italian food was originally from Europe out side of Italy it was created by ancient Romans around 1200 A.D. and was served in Italy celebrations and festivals ever since
Italian foods
  • These are some Italian foods
  • Pasta
  • Pizza
  • Spaghetti
  • Lasagna
  • Italian food was originally from Europe out side of Italy it was created by ancient Romans around 1200 A.D. and was served in Italy celebrations and festivals ever since
mexican food
Mexican food
  • Mexican food came from the Mayan Indians from the Yucatan area from southeast Mexico They were nomadic hunter-gatherers and lived off indigenous wildlife such as deer, rabbits, armadillos, raccoons, and birds such as turkeys, pigeons, and quails could also be served. Even turtles, snakes, and frogs would occasionally complement the meal, as well as fish, tropical fruit, beans and corn.