There’s nothing better than a pretzel! The salt! The shape! The design! But where do pretzels come from? Have they always been as knotty as they appear? On the finale of Edible History, Hannah untwists the history of the pretzel with author and pretzel expert William Woys Weaver before taking on a 100-year-old recipe.

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