What We're Reading: September 24, 2014

 

For the Goldilocks in all of us: an in-depth guide to oatmeal. [The Kitchn

 

Turns out that gut bacteria might also be impacting your brain. [The Atlantic

 

A new cookbook highlights the role of women in Mexican cooking. [NYT

 

Poultry companies are switching from controversial antibiotics to probiotics for their chickens. [... Read more >

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Sustainability Matters: September 12, 2014

 

Congress has passed a bill preventing the US Environmental Protections Agency from exerting the pollution controls outlined in the Clean Water Act. [Food Politics]

 

New studies find that walking at least 12,000 steps a day helps to counteract the negative effects of fructose consumption. [NY Times]

 

A Fremont Count orchardist is trying to bring back the Colorado Orange, a rare variety of local apple with a unique citrus flavor. [NPR]

 

Researchers find microscopic bits of plastic and glass, skin cells, and dead insects in a sample of German beers, including some of the most popular brands. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: September 8, 2014

 

Not into your beer? You may be using the wrong glass. [Edible Manhattan

 

The story behind a Southern staple: the history of pimento cheese. [Serious Eats

 

Widespread changes are on the menu at NYC’s first vegetarian elementary school. [Food Network

 

Leading food advocates weigh in on the low-carb vs. low-fat debate. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: August 28, 2014

mozzarella

 

Science confirms what we've known all along: mozzarella is the best cheese for pizza. [NPR]  

 

Swiss cheesemakers use DNA fingerprinting to fight counterfeit fromage. [Bloomberg]

 

The green bell pepper: a love story. [NYT]  

 

An extremely rare blue lobster has been caught off the coast of Maine [First We Feast]

 

The "Finger Nap," a innovation from South Korea, aims to make rib and fried chicken consumption less messy. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: July 29, 2014

Dumplings

 

In China, the production of dumplings might increase global warming. [NYT

 

Top chefs weigh in: is culinary school really worth it? [Eater]

 

One study finds that teaching kids the health benefits of vegetables makes them less appealing. [The Atlantic

 

What's the deal with raw chocolate? [Food Republic

 

Downton Abbey bordeaux and Game of Thrones beer are just the beginning of the pop culture... Read more >

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What We're Reading: July 7, 2014

Dark Chocolate

 

A new study shows that dark chocolate can really get your blood flowing. [NPR

 

Brew-specific glassware could improve the taste of your pint. [Popular Science

 

These days Americans expect more from their fast food. [CNN

 

Do you know the difference between a buckle and a betty? [Serious Eats

 

Brazilian hot dog makers transform your favorite team into a tasty dog. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: June 26, 2014

Dirt

 

A chef in Canada is making local dirt-butter, taking terroir to the next level. [The Globe and Mail

 

Two Italian designers revolutionize recipe reading with tattoos. [NPR

 

Downward-facing Dogfish: Across the country, post-yoga beers find popularity. [NYT

 

A North Dakota town experiments with a barista-free coffee shop. [NY Daily News

 

Instant coffee finds a new market in China. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: June 20, 2014

Dulce de Leche

 

The Uruguayan soccer team's performance is suffering due to lack of dulce de leche. [NPR

 

Was your goat’s milk from Whole Foods was milked by an inmate? [The Atlantic

 

The U.S. government asks Europe to ease restrictions on genetically-altered food. [NYT

 

A new Swedish study links summer cookout foods to heart disease. [NBC

 

Can working in a restaurant make you a nicer... Read more >

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What We're Reading: June 18, 2014

The science behind the myriad colors of fish flesh. [NPR

 

Mark Bittman looks at how we get Big Food to change its strategy. [NYT]

 

As the economy picks up, fast food chains like McDonalds and Taco Bell fall out of favor with consumers. [NBC]

 

The Brewers Association has expanded the definition of “craft beer,” leading some big name beers to sport it on their labels. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: June 16, 2014

 

The CDC released a list of the healthiest fruits and vegetables, and their number one might surprise you. [Food Republic

 

A cure for gout just might hold the key to ending the lime shortage. [The Wire]  

 

A new petition for brewers to disclose their ingredients and methods is causing a stir. [ABC

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