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Falafel is never known for being expensive, but Oasis manages to produce the dopest of the dope falafel for the downright absurd price of four dollars a pop (up from three dollars in 2014). When you taste the carefully calculated fusion of fried chickpeas, homemade tahini, pickles, red cabbage, and a spicy red sauce, you'll start using phrases like "carefully calculated fusion," too.

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Falafel is never known for being expensive, but Oasis manages to produce the dopest of the dope falafel for the downright absurd price of four dollars a pop (up from three dollars in 2014). When you taste the carefully calculated fusion of fried chickpeas, homemade tahini, pickles, red cabbage, and a spicy red sauce, you'll start using phrases like "carefully calculated fusion," too.