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Food Links, 12.03.2014

  • Gas companies are putting Mozambican fishermen out of business.
  • The GOP has abandoned farmers.
  • A tale of two food bank vouchers.
  • The Thai seafood industry uses slave labour.
  • The crisis in California’s agricultural sector.
  • Alcohol and apartheid.
  • How China became the world’s largest pork producer.
  • A woman designed the paper bag.
  • McDonald’s tries to encourage Europeans to buy its breakfasts.
  • Pepsi was perceived by the population as a Soviet product, and Soviet products were truly bad. While Pepsi was reasonably good, it was not as good as Western Pepsi.’
  • More people are making moonshine in the US.
  • Why did adult humans start drinking milk?
  • Salted caramel cream puffs with warm chocolate sauce.
  • With a pinch of salt.
  • Eat more roadkill.
  • Eat more grapefruit.
  • An amazing pizza box.
  • How to make your own butter.
  • Egg puns.
  • The town which grows half of America’s mushrooms.
  • How well do you know your ancient grains?
  • A sandwich for each state in the US.
  • How not to get fat.
  • The evolution of pastrami in New York.
  • Making mozzarella.
  • The etymology of ‘hangover‘.
  • Dutch food is the best in the world.
  • Make your own kimchi.
  • How rotten food has changed history.
  • Who drinks what.
  • On Lee Miller‘s enthusiasm for cooking.
  • Soon it’ll be possible to buy Soylent.
  • The Kit Kat shop in Tokyo.
  • On marmalade. (Thanks, dad!)
  • Repurposed Pizza Huts.
  • Cooking with Frida Kahlo.
  • What if every state in the US has its own meat?
  • How to cook with teff.
  • A list of women in the food world for International Women’s Day.
  • Make your own preserved lemons.
  • Degeneration and drink.
  • What people ate and drank in Pompeii. (Thanks, mum!)
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  1. The Good News #

    I am so grateful to have found your blog. Thank you for all of the wonderful information.

    March 12, 2014

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