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The Dark History Of How Coffee Took Over The World

The Dark History Of How Coffee Took Over The World

Food, History

Four hundred years ago, Coffea arabica, a tropical shrub bearing glossy green leaves and bright-red berries, was virtually unknown outside of the Arab world and the corner of Ethiopia where it had been discovered in the ninth century.

A Vision For Agriculture

A Vision For Agriculture

Food, Innovation, Long Reads

Allowing cows out to harvest their own feed and spread their own manure is the most profitable means of producing meat and milk. But, somehow, agricultural science has encouraged farmers to mount a treadmill of increasing yields of milk or meat by increasing the amount of production per unit input.

How To Eat Seafood Responsibly: A Guide From Chef Eric Ripert

How To Eat Seafood Responsibly: A Guide From Chef Eric Ripert

Food, Nature

In addition to responsibly sourcing fish, Eric Ripert stresses that seeking out freshness and using proper technique will help guarantee success with fish in the home kitchen. Here are a few ways he recommends keeping seafood cookery interesting, delicious, and sustainable.

What Would Happen To Your Body If You Only Ate Fruits And Vegetables

What Would Happen To Your Body If You Only Ate Fruits And Vegetables

Food, Health

Fruits and veggies are good places to find fiber and carbohydrates, but you don’t want to count on them to provide enough of the fat and protein—macronutrients, two of the primary building blocks of your diet—that you need. Fat is necessary for healthy mental function and energy.

How Much McDonald's Franchise Owners Really Make Per Year

How Much McDonald's Franchise Owners Really Make Per Year

Business, Food, Videos

The food at McDonald’s has always sold like hotcakes but once the restaurant started franchising, the world began eating up the brand. But being a franchise owner isn’t as easy, or profitable, as you might think. Buying into a McDonald’s franchise is expensive, between $1 million and $2.2 million.

Will An All-Meat Diet Kill You Or Cure You?

Will An All-Meat Diet Kill You Or Cure You?

Food, Health

In anecdotal testimonials, people say that eating an all-meat diet helped them drop 10, 20, 40, 80 pounds and cured them of depression, fatigue, diabetes, autoimmune diseases, joint pain, and insomnia. How is this possible? And what is going on in these people’s intestines and arteries?

Bashir Sultani

Inspiration
Bashir Sultani
Why Babies Can't Drink Water

Why Babies Can't Drink Water

Food, Health, Videos

While drinking ample amount of water is generally good health practice for adults, it can be deadly for newborn babies. It turns out, just a few ounces of water can be too much for an infant to handle, resulting in water intoxication that can even be fatal.

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.

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?

How Protein Conquered America

How Protein Conquered America

Food, Health, Long Reads

My bodega is only a little bigger than my studio apartment, and sells no fewer than 10 kinds of Muscle Milk. Once the niche elixir of powerlifting bros, gulping down a Muscle Milk or three is now part of a “healthy, active lifestyle” — whatever that means.

"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.

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?

Nikolay Schegolev

Inspiration
Nikolay Schegolev
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.

McHive, The World’s Smallest McDonald’s For Bees

McHive, The World’s Smallest McDonald’s For Bees

Food, Media, Videos

Some of McDonald’s restaurants in Sweden have beehives on their rooftops. The initiative started out locally but is now growing. To celebrate the initiative which is part of McDonald’s Swedens sustainability work, they created what could be the world’s smallest McDonald’s – a fully functioning beehive.

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?

The Start-Ups Building ‘Dark Kitchens’ For Uber Eats And Deliveroo

The Start-Ups Building ‘Dark Kitchens’ For Uber Eats And Deliveroo

Business, Food, Innovation, Tech

Venture capitalists have all aligned on the best solution: kitchens that only serve delivery customers, known as “cloud”, “ghost” or “dark” kitchens, that use a combination of advanced food preparation, underused real estate and algorithm-driven optimisation to lower overheads and increase output.

"A Failure Of The Imagination", The Story Of A Zero-Waste Restaurant

"A Failure Of The Imagination", The Story Of A Zero-Waste Restaurant

Food, Videos

Five years ago, Douglas McMaster opened the restaurant Silo, hoping to change the unsustainable practices of modern food systems. His aim was simple, yet frighteningly ambitious: create an award-winning menu using a zero-waste food system designed from scratch. This is the story of that restaurant’s first five years.

The Complicated, Problematic Influence Of TripAdvisor Restaurant Reviews

The Complicated, Problematic Influence Of TripAdvisor Restaurant Reviews

Food, Tech

The travel site is beloved and trusted by tourists — a fact some New York restaurants are exploiting however they can. While locals are more likely to turn to user-generated review sites like Foursquare, Yelp, or Google Maps to navigate the city’s shifting restaurant landscape, TripAdvisor holds considerable clout with international travelers.

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.

Michael Crichton

Inspiration
Michael Crichton
Why Are These Foods Named After Places?

Why Are These Foods Named After Places?

Explainers, Food

Chicken Kiev. Baked Alaska. London broil. Singapore noodles. When food is named after a city or country, you’d think this would indicate that the dish was either connected to or concocted in that place. But the reality is often lost in translation somewhere between an actual origin story and a marketing campaign.

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 Food Expiration Dates You Should Actually Follow

The Food Expiration Dates You Should Actually Follow

Explainers, Food

Here’s the first thing you should know: Expiration dates are not expiration dates. Food product dating, as the U.S. Department of Agriculture calls it, is completely voluntary for all products — with the exception of baby food. Not only that, but it has nothing to do with safety.

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.

Is Duty-Free Dead? On The Trail Of Travel-Exclusive Unicorns

Is Duty-Free Dead? On The Trail Of Travel-Exclusive Unicorns

Food

“Travel exclusive” bottlings have mostly dried up, and so have strange American export releases. And there certainly aren’t rows and rows of “unicorn” bottles just sitting in some far-flung terminal somewhere in the South Pacific.

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.

Why Do People Go To Restaurants? It’s Not About The Food

Why Do People Go To Restaurants? It’s Not About The Food

Food

In the space of a few months the covid-19 pandemic has brought the hospitality industry to the brink of ruin. It has also prompted us to ponder what we’ve been missing. Why do restaurants matter? Why, after all, do we choose to spend large sums of money to dine among strangers?

Why Planet Hollywood Went Bankrupt

Why Planet Hollywood Went Bankrupt

Business, Food, Videos

In the mid 1990’s, two entertainment moguls along with plenty of huge celebrities like Bruce Willis and Arnold Schwarzenegger came together to create a restaurant business unlike any other. But as quick as this idea grew, the sooner everything came crashing down. This is the story of Planet Hollywood.

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