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On a casual Thursday night, groups of friends swarm every food truck in Maadi. Chatter and laughter fill the air as twenty-something customers make conversation with food truck owners who also appear to be about the same age. This is where an entirely new youth culture is being shaped. Traditionally, Egypt’s street food has been associated with the staples of the domestic cuisine – foul and taamiya, koshari, liver dishes, and so on. But in recent years, there has been…