Food on the go was an integral part of daily life in the empire, generally enjoyed with wine, gambling or even prostitutes. Continue reading →
Exotic game meats sold in the United States do not always match their labeling.
Trans fats are a good first step, but many food safety advocates are looking for a bigger leap.
Even though urban soil often is contaminated with harmful pollution, eating vegetables grown in it isn't as hazardous as some have feared. Continue reading →
Not your ordinary frozen dairy treats, these ice creams changes color, glow in the dark and are made using wind power, among others.
A Finnish/German scientific team has analyzed some of the oldest preserved beer samples from an 1840s shipwreck to try to provide insight into how they were made.
USDA diet recommendations aim to help Americans make healthy eating choices, but the guidelines may soon take into consideration the impact on the environment.
The telltale aroma of beer first evolved, not to tempt thirsty people, but to attract fruit flies. Continue reading →
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