What We're Reading: October 8, 2015


Start hoarding your PSLs: there could be a pumpkin shortage come Thanksgiving. [Yahoo! Food


You no longer have to order in to get your hands on Thai sticky rice. [Food52


The USDA and HHS have announced that sustainability will not be a part of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines. [Food Politics


Cold-brew king Stumptown Coffee has been acquired by Peet’s Coffee & Tea. [... Read more >

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Sustainability Matters: September 11, 2015


As climate change proves unpredictable, a Midwestern farmer looks towards the future and experiments with growing rice. [NPR]


Chef Asha Gomez talks JBF Boot Camp and how her fellow chefs can be advocates towards ending hunger. [MF]


Who thought the day would ever come: McDonald’s announces a shift to cage-free eggs. [Grist]


Sustainable Entourage: Adrian Grenier, Naked Juice, and Wholesome Wave team up to donate fruits and vegetables. [Edible... Read more >

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What We're Reading: November 19, 2014


Get stuffed with this eclectic recipe roundup of a Thanksgiving favorite. [Serious Eats]


Takeaways from the NY Times Food For Tomorrow conference. [Slate]


Visualize calorie-counting with a new app that exposes harsh food truths. [The Atlantic]


Does your soil pass the test? The potentially toxic troubles of urban farming in New York City. [Grist]


Thomas Keller’s turkey tell-all: his ultimate Thanksgiving recipe. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: July 29, 2014



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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Sustainability Matters: January 10, 2014



There are no GMO oats, and that's unlikely to change. It all comes down to money. [Modern Farmer]


Japanese rice farmers are beginning to question protectionist policies. [NYT]


Gatorade to kids: "Avoid water". Sports drink game app tells children that water is detrimental to sports performance. [Civil Eats]


Large food companies are cutting calories: 6.4 trillion, to be exact. [NPR]


New and improved Cheerios, now GMO free. New formula to include non-GM corn and sugar. [... Read more >

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10 Ways to Cook Kale Without Making Kale Salad

kale soup


Though it's hard to remember, there was a time when few of us had heard of kale salad. Back in those gastronomically prehistoric days, kale was, in fact, occasionally consumed in cooked form. And it was still delicious. If you've maxed out on raw greens, here are some alternative ways to prepare this celebrated superfood:


1. Serve it Greek-style: blanched, squeezed, chopped, and doused with olive oil and lemon juice. Top with a handful of crumbled feta: you won't regret it.


2. Throw it into a tangy, garlicky pasta sauce.


3. Add kale and other greens to a hearty, phenomenal, bean purée–thickened minestrone soup.


4. Blend it into a ... Read more >

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Recipe: Chilled Plum Soup with Green Grape Sorbet, Horchata Gelée, and Crispy Rice Clusters

Recipe for Chilled Plum Soup with Green Grape Sorbet, Horchata Gelée, and Crispy Rice Clusters from the James Beard Foundation This striking plum soup from Aureole's Jennifer Yee showcases an array of contrasting flavors and textures. If you make the sorbet and gelée ahead of time, the dessert becomes a completely feasible finale for your next dinner party.

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