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This Cornelius Company Slings Vegan Barbecue

Barvecue makes plant-based items that vegans and omnivores can enjoy

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Carolina barbecue began on the coast in the 16th century, worked its way toward the mountains, separated into eastern and western, and continues to feed our bellies and define our state to this day. But the old Carolina barbecue culture is fading fast. Can it last, or is it bound to change?
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