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Taste This: Kuku, The Persian Frittata

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On today’s Taste This, we visit an Iranian couple—one a dancer, the other an engineer—who fled their homeland to pursue their dreams. Unexpectedly, and with help through the non-profit, innovative business incubator La Cocina, Aisan and Mehdi settled down in the U.S. and developed a small business making and selling kuku, a tasty Persian treat resembling frittata.

Oyna Natural Foods owners, Aisan Hoss and Mehdi Parnia
Oyna Natural Foods owners, Aisan Hoss and Mehdi Parnia (Peter Ruocco/KQED)

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