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Traditional ties that bind - China Daily

Traditional ties that bind - China Daily | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
China DailyTraditional ties that bindChina DailyFor those Chinese live in other countries, Duanwu is a yearly tradition. ... It is the food he remembers best, and it is this memory he holds dear at Duanwu, even if the ...
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Ask Well: Do Microwaves Degrade Food Nutrients?

Ask Well: Do Microwaves Degrade Food Nutrients? | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Heating your food in a microwave can have varying effects on the nutritional content.
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Cooking with seawater – is it the best way to season food?

Cooking with seawater – is it the best way to season food? | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
In Spain, seawater is being marketed as la sal perfecta – the perfect salt. But does it really improve the flavour of food? And is it any healthier than regular sodium chloride?
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What Food Porn Does to the Brain

What Food Porn Does to the Brain | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
In the mid-20th century, the Dutch biologist Nikolaas Tinbergen uncovered an odd quirk of animal behavior: Across species, the animals in his experiments seemed to prefer prettier, flashier, more attention-grabbing versions of their natural...
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An Ode to the Spring Season: Foodie Underground

An Ode to the Spring Season: Foodie Underground | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
ColumnWinter is gone and spring season is here. Finally. Spring, I waited for you so long.
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This Is What a World Without Language Barriers Would Look Like

This Is What a World Without Language Barriers Would Look Like | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
"Lost in translation..." On the present imperfections and compelling potential of Skype's real-time translation
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Scientists Are Finally Taking a Stand Against the ‘Five-Second Rule’

Scientists Are Finally Taking a Stand Against the ‘Five-Second Rule’ | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Hey, it’s World Health Day! So let’s talk about eating food off of your floor.
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Luring Renters With V.I.P. Treatment

Luring Renters With V.I.P. Treatment | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
With condo-like finishes and amenities now prevalent in high-end rentals, developers are hoping the V.I.P. treatment will set their buildings apart.
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::Food Meditations:: A #Herbivorous and #GlutenFree Head Start (with few cocktails)

::Food Meditations:: A #Herbivorous and #GlutenFree Head Start (with few cocktails) | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
The never ending path towards healthier eating and the ever-progressing relationship between cocktails and pastry...
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For a More Creative Brain, Travel

For a More Creative Brain, Travel | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
There are plenty of things to be gained from going abroad: new friends, new experiences, new stories. But living in another country may come with a less noticeable benefit, too: Some scientists say it can also make you more creative.
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7 Questions You Should Ask Yourself At The End Of Each Day

7 Questions You Should Ask Yourself At The End Of Each Day | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Each day we have tons of inquiries -- for our co-workers, our friends, our families. But do we ever ask ourselves any questions? If we don't, we may be framing our own mindsets through someone else's lens.
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Cut Food Waste By Eating Your Water Bottles

Cut Food Waste By Eating Your Water Bottles | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Packaging is the food industry’s fall guy. It ends up in landfills, its toxins pollute our rivers and oceans, and according to researchers, it can even leave a nasty (or pleasant, but let’s go for nasty) taste in our mouths.
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Here’s Why You Need to Stop Putting Cream in Your Carbonara

Here’s Why You Need to Stop Putting Cream in Your Carbonara | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
You cannot call a creamy pile of pasta 'carbonara', and I reserve the right to think you are damn fools if you do.
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The Guardian declares war on climate change

The Guardian declares war on climate change | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
This story is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. After 20 years at the helm of one of the United Kingdom’s most influential newspapers, Alan Rusbridger is about to step down as editor of the Guardian.
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Economic growth doesn't create jobs, it destroys them

Economic growth doesn't create jobs, it destroys them | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
It’s time to face up to the fact that economic growth does not create jobs, does not reduce inequality and does not solve environmental problems After so many years of being told the same thing, it is barely surprising that we believe it.
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Ethiopians Are Risking Salmonella to Eat Raw Meat Delicacies

Ethiopians Are Risking Salmonella to Eat Raw Meat Delicacies | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
The Easter Bunny does not visit Ethiopia, probably for fear of his life.
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Howell conquers artichoke, asparagus wine pairings

Howell conquers artichoke, asparagus wine pairings | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Bitterness in artichokes and sulfur in asparagus mean wine choices require care.
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Italian chefs are the new kings - Vogue.it

Italian chefs are the new kings - Vogue.it | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Italian chefs are the new kings. Cover of the April 2015 issue of L'Uomo Vogue. Photogallery
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This Instagram Chef Is Using Hot Pockets to Troll Tweezer Food

This Instagram Chef Is Using Hot Pockets to Troll Tweezer Food | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
My 60-year-old Chinese mother loves steak and potatoes, and describes fine dining as a palm-sized portion of food that doesn’t look like food, placed on the edge of a giant white plate that’s been splashed with a squiggle of sauce reminiscent of...
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Artist Chie Ushio Illustrates The Ten Commandments of Sushi

Artist Chie Ushio Illustrates The Ten Commandments of Sushi | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Ushio collaborated with writer Tom Downey to illuminate how it's done properly at Tokyo's Yajima Sushi, with stunning results.
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These Photos of Chefs’ Burned Hands Are the Anti-Food Porn

These Photos of Chefs’ Burned Hands Are the Anti-Food Porn | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
There’s no denying it, we’ve become weirdly obsessed with photographing our food. Maybe it started with a holiday snap of some paella you ate in Tenerife or a grainy “I made soup!” Facebook pic.
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Searching for Vegan Wines in St. Louis

Searching for Vegan Wines in St. Louis | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Vegan wine sounds obvious -- wine's just grapes, right? Nope. After wine is fermented, it is often filtered and fined...
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Meet The Cheesemakers Of Kashmir

Meet The Cheesemakers Of Kashmir | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Meet The Cheesemakers Of Kashmir...
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Chris Zandee, who runs Himalayan Cheese, procures milk from a pool of 150 Gujjar vendors, semi-nomadic pastoralists who rear dairy cattle. His operation is a barebones but stunning setup in Langanbal Village, close to Pahalgam. The tall gent originally from the province of Zeeland in the Netherlands, has spent the last seven years developing a dairy network. By raising the price of milk to respectable levels, he has economically empowered the Gujjars who otherwise depend on rice loans to run their winter pantry. Chris is genuinely enthusiastic about the trickling connections made by operating a fair-trade food industry. He has also helped the local Gujjars increase milk production during winter lulls, and maintain herd hygiene. 

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Antarctica is basically liquefying

Antarctica is basically liquefying | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Antarctica’s icy edges are melting 70 percent faster in some places than they were a decade ago, according to a new study in the journal Science. These massive ice shelves serve as a buffer between the continent’s ice-sheet system and the ocean.
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How to Make a World-Class Cocktail Out of Berlin’s Convenience Store Booze

How to Make a World-Class Cocktail Out of Berlin’s Convenience Store Booze | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
DISCLAIMER: Much of what you’re about to read will provide the blueprint for some strange—and maybe even teetering on highly unhealthy—flavored cocktails. Think of this wonderful drink as more of an experiment, not as your new signature cocktail.
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Gluten-Free Wheat Could Be Happening, But It Might Suck

Gluten-Free Wheat Could Be Happening, But It Might Suck | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Kansas researchers are hard at work attempting to decode wheat's DNA and find a way to make it friendly to celiac disease sufferers and the gluten intolerant.
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