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Everything You Know About Obesity Is Wrong

Everything You Know About Obesity Is Wrong

Food Health Long Reads

Nearly half of 3- to 6- year old girls say they worry about being fat. For decades, the medical community has ignored mountains of evidence to wage a cruel and futile war on fat people, poisoning public perception and ruining millions of lives. It’s time for a new paradigm.

Carlsberg Beer, Niels Bohr, And The Infinite Pilsner Pipeline That Wasn’t

Carlsberg Beer, Niels Bohr, And The Infinite Pilsner Pipeline That Wasn’t

Food Media

Carlsberg gifted Niels Bohr, the famous Danish physicist, a home complete with a pipeline that pumped fresh beer directly into his residence. It’s a great story and one that has been reported on by publications such as Forbes and The Guardian. The only problem with the story is that it isn’t entirely true.

If You Feed Them, Will They Vote?

If You Feed Them, Will They Vote?

Food Politics

Billionaire presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg is enticing voters with unprecedented amounts of free food and booze — and not the cheap stuff, either. Is the way to a voter’s heart through their stomach?

How The Mast Brothers Fooled The World Into Paying $10 A Bar For Crappy Hipster Chocolate

How The Mast Brothers Fooled The World Into Paying $10 A Bar For Crappy Hipster Chocolate

Business Food

While customers can’t get enough of the company’s bearded, Brooklyn hipster founders, and their brilliantly marketed, $10 “bean to bar” chocolates, a term reserved for chocolate that has been produced entirely under the maker’s control, from the cocoa bean to the wrapped bar, chocolate experts have shunned them.

Why We Fell For Clean Eating

Why We Fell For Clean Eating

Apps Food Long Reads

The oh-so-Instagrammable food movement has been thoroughly debunked – but it shows no signs of going away. The real question is why we were so desperate to believe it.

How The Government Came To Decide The Color Of Your Food

How The Government Came To Decide The Color Of Your Food

Business Food

Tomatoes are red, margarine is yellow, and oranges, are, well, orange. We expect certain foods to be in certain colors. What we don’t realize is that these colors are not necessarily a product of nature but rather of historical controversies and deliberate decisions by various actors—including the government.

The Tricky Economics Of All-You-Can-Eat Buffets

The Tricky Economics Of All-You-Can-Eat Buffets

Economics Food

For a small fee, you’re granted unencumbered access to a wonderland of gluttony. Is it possible to out-eat the price you pay for a buffet? How do these places make money? We looked at the dollars and cents behind the meat and potatoes.

Virginia Mori

Inspiration
Virginia Mori
Confused About What To Eat? Science Can Help

Confused About What To Eat? Science Can Help

Food Health Science

Potent societal powers create a culture of nutrition confusion that not only obfuscate the truth about diet, they undermine science as a whole. Begin by asking critical questions when digesting diet news. Does the writer have an advanced degree in nutrition, or does she or he have expertise in science journalism?

The Truth Behind Brands' Secret Formulas & Recipes

The Truth Behind Brands' Secret Formulas & Recipes

Food Videos

Why brands are so protective of their signature formula or recipe. Is there really a thing like “secret formula” or it’s just that you are being persuaded into believing that such a thing exists. What would happen if you steal the Coca-Cola secret formula?

Eating Chilies Cuts Risk Of Death From Heart Attack And Stroke

Eating Chilies Cuts Risk Of Death From Heart Attack And Stroke

Food Health

Chili has been hailed for its therapeutic properties, and now researchers have found that eating chili peppers regularly can cut the risk of death from heart disease and stroke. Researchers found that the risk of dying from a heart attack was 40% lower among those eating chili peppers at least four times per week.

The Oddly Autocratic Roots Of Pad Thai

The Oddly Autocratic Roots Of Pad Thai

Food History

In rice-centric Thailand, then known as Siam, the dish seemed more Chinese. But Thailand’s prime minister, who first rose to power as part of a military coup against the longtime monarchy, had spoken. As part of his strident nationalism, he wanted all Thais to eat pad Thai.

Matt Rota

Inspiration
Matt Rota
In the Future, Everything Will Be Made Of Chickpeas

In the Future, Everything Will Be Made Of Chickpeas

Food

Once hummus became a widely enjoyed grocery-store staple, people at every level of the American food industry saw opportunity in the legume’s versatility. In the Middle East, South Asia, Africa, and the Mediterranean, chickpeas have been a common ingredient in everyday cooking for thousands of years.

The Unhealthy Truth Behind 'Wellness' And 'Clean Eating'

The Unhealthy Truth Behind 'Wellness' And 'Clean Eating'

Food Health Long Reads

I thought about food all day; I woke up at night thinking about sausage rolls, pizza, roast chicken with crisp, lemon-rubbed skin. Food friends and foes drew into two distinct camps in my mind, and I saw ill-health at every turn and in every mouthful. I became fearful and thin. I had found wellness. I was not well.

The War On Coffee

The War On Coffee

Business Food

Epicurean coffeehouses in the United States numbered in the hundreds in 1989, and in the tens of thousands by 2013. A lot of that is Starbucks, but not all. Roasters in Italy went from exporting twelve million kilograms of espresso in 1988 to more than a hundred and seventy million in 2015.

Inside The Members-Only Eating Clubs Of San Sebastián

Inside The Members-Only Eating Clubs Of San Sebastián

Food World

Step into the private kitchens of Basque country’s sociedades gastronómicas, where everything revolves around food. From the three-star restaurants to the napkins-on-the-floor pintxo joints, these culinary clubs, which have been around for about 150 years, still harbor some of the most interesting kitchens of all.

The Man Behind India's Favorite Snack Foods

The Man Behind India's Favorite Snack Foods

Food

Like Indian migrants through the ages, I had a contingency plan for homesickness—and it included condiments and ready-to-eat meals by Maiyas. The food company, the brainchild of Dr. Parampalli Sadananda Maiya, is widely credited with pioneering Indian ready-to-eat food.

How ‘Taco Friday’ Became A Swedish Tradition

How ‘Taco Friday’ Became A Swedish Tradition

Food World

Fredagsmys, or Cozy Friday, is a beloved Swedish tradition. Across the Scandinavian country, families stay home on Friday night, watch TV, and eat Tex-Mex-style tacos. This dinner choice is so common that, for most Swedes, Cozy Friday is also Taco Fredag, or Taco Friday.

How Chicken Became The Rich World’s Most Popular Meat

How Chicken Became The Rich World’s Most Popular Meat

Economics Food

Humans gobble so many chickens that the birds now count for 23bn of the 30bn land animals living on farms. Chicken is cheap and delicious. Fans of cheap chicken have selective breeding to thank. Farmers have also benefited from the healthy reputation of chicken.

Joseph Ford

Inspiration
Joseph Ford
Eating The Arab Roots Of Sicilian Cuisine

Eating The Arab Roots Of Sicilian Cuisine

Food

Seen from the sky, the island appears as a triangularish football being punted toward the Maghreb by Italy’s boot. It’s a pixelated reflection of Sicilian identity itself, which hovers midway between North African and European. For Sicilians, mal d’Africa is a kind of phantom continent syndrome, a sense of nostalgia for a lost homeland.

The Taste Of America

The Taste Of America

Food

Joshua Smith, 2019 Iron Viz co-champion, used data provided by Pitney Bowes to create a dashboard about how international cuisine shapes food identity in the US. The visualization tells a story of what is on American tables using tile maps that display the prevalence of international cuisines by state, compared to the national average.

Which Milk Alternative Should We Be Drinking?

Which Milk Alternative Should We Be Drinking?

Food

Milk drinkers are turning their backs on dairy in favour of plant-based milks billed as kinder to the planet. The good news is that most – perhaps all – non-dairy milks come out better than cow’s milk when you look at their carbon emissions, how much land they take up and how much water they use.

The Behavioral Economics Diet: The Science of Killing a Bad Habit

The Behavioral Economics Diet: The Science of Killing a Bad Habit

Food Health

Diets don’t work. Studies show that temporary fixes to old habits actually make people gain weight. Essentially, the dieter’s brain is trained to gorge when off the diet and inevitably the weight returns. Putting some skin in the game makes people more likely to accomplish their goal of stopping a bad habit.

The Midwest’s “Finnish Triangle” Is A Land Of Saunas And Squeaky Cheeses

The Midwest’s “Finnish Triangle” Is A Land Of Saunas And Squeaky Cheeses

Food

A look into the lives, and kitchens, of the Finns who’ve kept their Scandinavian heritage alive for over a century in northern Minnesota. Finns know that the beauty of the North lives in its contradictory extremes: searing sunlight, insulating snowbanks against the house, air so cold it burns your cheeks.

"Dominion", How Animals Are Used And Abused By Humans

"Dominion", How Animals Are Used And Abused By Humans

Food Nature Videos

Dominion exposes the dark underbelly of modern animal agriculture, questioning the morality and validity of humankind’s dominion over the animal kingdom. While mainly focusing on animals used for food, it also explores other ways animals are exploited and abused by humans, including clothing, entertainment and research.

A Bird’s Eye View Of Children’s Diets Around The Globe

A Bird’s Eye View Of Children’s Diets Around The Globe

Food Photos

In the new book, Daily Bread: What Kids Eat Around the World, American photographer Gregg Segal has created a snapshot of the relationship between diet, culture, and location in a series of stunning portraits wherein the children are photographed surrounded by one-weeks forth of food.

Farmer’s Fridge Wants To Make Eating Healthy Food As Easy As Getting Money From An ATM

Farmer’s Fridge Wants To Make Eating Healthy Food As Easy As Getting Money From An ATM

Food Innovation Tech

Farmer’s Fridge retrofits vending machines to serve up healthy foods — salads, sandwiches, granola, etc. — for people on the go. In order to ensure restaurant-quality food, Farmer’s Fridge has a chef on board who receives feedback from customers to constantly tweak the menu and the food.

What Exactly Is A Milkshake IPA?

What Exactly Is A Milkshake IPA?

Explainers Food

The milkshake IPA takes the chewy softness typical of the hazy IPA to the extreme. The addition of unfermentable milk sugars (lactose) adds a pillowy creaminess to the mouthfeel in the hopes of creating a smooth, delightful drinking experience–similar to the sensation you’d expect in a milk stout.

Journey To The Place Where Pesto Was Born

Journey To The Place Where Pesto Was Born

Food World

Liguria is Italy’s most famous basil-growing region. The herb is lifeblood here. It floods the stands of Genoa’s Mercato Orientale, a dizzying, circular market hidden on the interior of a city block. Everyone agrees that the best basil in Liguria is grown in the village of Pra’.

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