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Navajos keep the memory of their ancestors alive through powwows, as well as through traditional arts and crafts. Oprah and Gayle headed over to an outdoor market to shop and sample local cuisine before returning to their road trip.

Colorful baskets, pottery and blankets were on display, but Oprah and Gayle decided on a few pieces of handmade jewelry.

The travelers couldn't leave before trying a Navajo sandwich—minus the meat. "I look on the grill, and I don't know what [the meat is], so I said, 'What is that?' And she said, 'It's tongue,'" Oprah says. "I made my peace with beef, but I'm not that peaceful."
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FROM: Oprah and Gayle's Big Adventure, Part 2
Published on January 01, 2006

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