Sustainability Matters: October 3, 2014

 

Several years after the threat of “colony collapse” to honeybee populations, today’s beekeepers are more concerned about small, persistent hive decimation than mass colony deaths. [NY Times]

 

Ocean acidification, an effect of climate change, could cause oyster prices to skyrocket as shellfish farms are forced inland. [Grist]

 

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have announced that almost ninety percent of school-aged children are getting too much salt in their diets. [Huffington Post]

 

American and European representatives debate chlorinated chicken in negotiations over the... Read more >

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Daily Digest: April 24, 2014

Soba

 

Soba: it's lighter, it's healthier and producing it is a serious art. Here's what you should know about Japan's unsung noodle. [Food Republic

 

Bitters: good for more than just mixed drinks. Here's how you can cook with them. [WP

 

Ikea will soon release "greener" alternatives to their Swedish meatballs. [LAT

 

Thanks to its natural image, butter is making a comeback. [Chicago Tribune

 

How to choose... Read more >

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Daily Digest: February 5, 2014

salt

 

When a recipe says "salt to taste," just how much salt are we talking about? It depends on whom you ask. [WP]

 

After Rodney Scott's cookhouse burned down last year, fellow pitmasters and chefs came together for a barbecue tour and fundraiser. [NPR]

 

Calling all chocolate fiends: get your fix at one of these chocolate factory tours. [USA Today]

 

How to have a Beyoncé-themed Valentine's Day dinner. [... Read more >

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