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How much raw material it takes to make 11 everyday foods and products, from sugar cubes to iPhones

You'd be surprised by how much raw material goes into the everyday items you use. For example, take your coffee habit. The average cup of coffee requires about 100 beans. So if you drink one cup per d... read more

How to Make Your Own Apple Cider Vinegar

However, like many products ... make our own. While that may seem a little intimidating at first, it’s not such a tough thing to do. Amazingly, DIY organic apple cider vinegar only takes three ingredi... read more

Free Range on Food: Dumplings on Instagram, how to make your best chili, this week's recipes and more.

Khushbu Shah's take on her mother's love of Patel Bros. Tamar Haspel's look at the promise of perennial grains to fight climate change. Becky's terrific -- and simpler -- eggplant Parm. So much ... pr... read more

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A Week of 1,500-Calorie Vegetarian Meatless Meal Plans Designed by Nutritionist Susan McQuillan

As long as you substitute similar amounts of similar types of foods, the calories won’t vary enough to make a different in your diet. If there is no quantity listed with an ingredient, there is no lim... read more


3Ders Monday Warm-up: The Top 3D Food Printers that will Feed the Future

We’re back again with another 3Ders Monday Warm-up, a weekly roundup of some of the biggest 3D printing trends, projects, products or ideas ... to delicate latticework to logo-emblazoned sugar cubes, ... read more

Child slavery and chocolate: All too easy to find

“We felt like the public ought to know about it, and we ought to take some action to try to stop it,” said ... The emotional scars run much deeper. “I wish I could go to school. I want to read and wri... read more

Michael Pollan: Food Shows vs. Home Cooking

Mr. Pollan writes: “How is it that we are so eager to watch other people browning beef cubes on screen but so much less eager to brown them ourselves ... home-meal replacements and the decline and fal... read more

Open Letter to Bill Nye from a Plant Scientist

Consider this an invitation. Three hours, same format as the Nye vs. Hamm debate. Let’s talk about the science and make sure we get it straight. Either I’m missing something you know, or you’re missin... read more

Anti-fluoridation crankery? How quaintly 1960s! I only wish it weren't on ScienceBlogs

they may not take him on (much) for this. On the other hand, a lot of people who defend the science of AGW recognize dubious arguments when they see them. Before I begin in earnest, let me just say th... read more

5 ideas every day for a year..

Ok lets continue…I’m going to put it out there — I want to become an idea machine or just become really good at coming up with ideas and the only way anybody gets better at their raft is by doing it e... read more

75 Unhealthiest Foods On the Planet

Pretty much all of Nestle Coffee Mate’s products ... make it last longer. So why add preservatives? Unfortunately, manufacturers do; just witness this list of the 67 Worst Frozen Foods in America. Eat ... read more

Free Range on Food: Honey, using the liver from your Thanksgiving turkey, food system fixes and more

To entice q's, we will have giveaway books, of course: "Cook's Illustrated Kitchen Hacks," "Vegan Everyday" and a SIGNED copy of Marina's "The Honey Connoisseur." So make your q's/comments ... so be s... read more



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