If we were to conduct an informal survey that asked “What is Alaska food culture?” to a random sample of Alaskan residents, we’d bet quite a lot of money that nearly all responses would be “salmon.” Maybe we’d get a few afterthoughts of “moose” or “caribou.” Perhaps a “halibut” or a “cod” from a few outliers.
Dutch-based scientists, chefs and artists have launched the world's first cookbook for lab-grown meat - serving up a bizarre assortment of test-tube dishes including roast raptor leg - New Zealand Herald
#GF Travel Tips Whether you’re living with celiac disease or simply avoiding gluten for one reason or another, here are my three main things to consider before embarking on your next adventure... Gluten-Free Travel Tips via InStyle.com Plan ahead. Finding something to eat at airports, on planes, and trains is typically more difficult than eating…
People tend to be more tentative about putting food in the freezer than they are about putting food in the refrigerator or pantry. This may be because freezing makes food solid and odorless, and so we lose our primary methods of determining whether something is good to eat or has...
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