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On a brisk, June morning in Silverlake, food writer   Karla Vasquez   stands in front of a shady backyard table, speaking to an audience of nine.

Writer Karla Vasquez strives to preserve Salvadoran food culture in L.A.

On a brisk, June morning in Silverlake, food writer Karla Vasquez stands in front of a shady backyard table, speaking to an audience of nine.

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