What We're Reading: June 8, 2015


The unlikely rise of Jello shots from frat house favorite to mixology must-have. [Eater


San Francisco lawmakers are considering adding added sugar warning labels to soda ads. [Mother Jones


The power of nostalgia: one writer’s struggle to recreate Gushers at home. [Food52


Slow down on the Muscle Milk: you may actually be getting more protein than you... Read more >

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Sustainability Matters: March 27, 2015


Should you feel guilty if you don’t eat breakfast? [Food Politics


Wholesome Wave’s Fruit and Vegetable Prescription Program is expanding across the country, helping low-income families get access to fresh produce. [Food Network


The real trouble with GMOs may come from their resistance to herbicides, and what that will mean for the future of the chemicals used on our crops. [Mother Jones


The FDA has approved non-browning GMO apples and potatoes as safe for general consumption. [Modern Farmer... Read more >

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Daily Digest: February 5, 2014



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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Food Matters: Urban Food Deserts

Urban Food Desert One might assume that fresh produce and other essentials of the human diet are easy to come by in American cities. According to NYU professor Jennifer Berg, however, the United States "is entering a new food crisis, but it’s not an issue of production, it’s an issue of access.” Jamie Feldmar has more on what it's like to live in an urban food desert.

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