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Food Links, 09.07.2014

  • ‘In 2012, fast-food CEOs earned 1,200 times as much as the average employee.’
  • Where all the world’s cattle, chickens, and pigs are.
  • ‘dietary greenhouse gas emissions in self-selected meat-eaters are approximately twice as high as those in vegans.’
  • The dietary crisis in China.
  • The politics of raw milk in the US.
  • The food stamps recipe book.
  • ‘”No added sugar” in fruit drinks will still deliver the equivalent of five teaspoons per 250ml.’
  • Michael Pollan on Big Food.
  • The growth of the Vietnamese chocolate industry.
  • A Starbucks map of the US.
  • Renaming kaffir lime leaves.
  • Race, politics, and vanilla ice cream in the American south.
  • Cooking with tinned food.
  • Terrible food photography.
  • Farming at the White House.
  • There is a bar in Sao Paulo named after Osama bin Laden.
  • How to choose gin.
  • Rethinking food packaging.
  • ‘Rising to the rafters and stretching 75 feet from paws to rump is a great sphinx, demure as her Egyptian cousin but glowing from a recent sugar coating.’
  • A tour of the Momofuko Culinary Lab’s Kaizen Trading Company.
  • So what is ‘curry‘?
  • Potentially deadly food.
  • What your coffee says about you.
  • A history of tea sandwiches.
  • The decline of the cupcake.
  • Rethinking tofu.
  • Cooking with computers.
  • Make your own yogurt.
  • Anissa Helou on bread in the Middle East.
  • People buy more books when they smell chocolate.
  • What to do with rhubarb.
  • America’s growing enthusiasm for squid.
  •  A review of the new Foyles cafe.
  • Lunch Poems by City Lights.
  • What Neanderthals really ate.
  • Things to make in a rice cooker.
  • Make your own pickles.
  • The difference between taste and flavour.
  • Pints in the Sun.
  • How to make paella.
  • The Case of the Unknown Lobsters.
2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Fascinating round up as always.

    July 9, 2014

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