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Grown-Up Ice Pops and The World Of Street Food

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“Manifest plainness,
Embrace simplicity,
Reduce selfishness,
Have few desires.”
~Lao Tzu


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The breakdown: a third of all food products worldwide go uneaten

The breakdown: a third of all food products worldwide go uneaten | Foodie | Scoop.it
At first glance, Austrian artist Klaus Pichler's spell-binding photographs could be mistaken for a set of stylish advertisements. It takes a moment to digest - excuse the pun - that you're staring at pictures of rotting food.

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The Life Cycle of a Banana

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This 11-minute black-and-white film, currently in the public domain courtesy of the Prelinger Archives, was produced in 1935 and zooms in on the banana industry, from jungle to market...

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Dals: Simple Indian Comfort Food : NPR

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During her childhood, says food writer Monica Bhide, the whistle of the pressure cooker always signaled that a comforting lentil dish would be on the dinner table. But you don't need a pressure cooker to make these protein-packed, flavorful dishes.

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The Exoneration of Cheese: Why It May Be Good for Your Heart

The Exoneration of Cheese: Why It May Be Good for Your Heart | Foodie | Scoop.it
In a small study, researchers found that cheese, often avoided due to its saturated fatty acids, did not increase LDL or total cholesterol levels...

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