Shipshewana

In this Feb. 2, 2012 photo, Amish-owned E&S Sales in Shipshewana, Ind., is patronized by Amish and non-Amish. The store was recently doubled in size. More people have been finding their way to Amish food sellers, sometimes driving long distances to shop, says Gary Zehr, president of the Merchants Association in Shipshewana, a regional mecca for those seeking Amish-style food. (AP Photo/The Journal Gazette/Rosa Salter Rodriguez)
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In this Feb. 2, 2012 photo, Amish-owned E&S Sales in Shipshewana, Ind., is patronized by Amish and non-Amish. The store was recently doubled in size. More people have been finding their way to Amish food sellers, sometimes driving long distances to shop, says Gary Zehr, president of the Merchants Association in Shipshewana, a regional mecca for those seeking Amish-style food. (AP Photo/The Journal Gazette/Rosa Salter Rodriguez)

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