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Category Archives: eating
We have eaten at a lot of restaurants in our lifetime, be it in NYC or other places around the world. I wouldn’t call us picky or high rollers, but we definitely know what we like. After moving to DC, … Continue reading
There is scientific debate on what the ideal diet is for a healthy lifestyle and what nutrients are important in mitigating disease. An interesting article just came out in Nature about how confusing vitamin supplementation recommendations are. The writer basically … Continue reading
This is a repost from the Guardian’s Sustainable Business Blog. See original post here. Making the business case for sustainable food Scrutinising the issues around diet, disease and poverty will allow us to make informed choices about how to tackle … Continue reading
Very cool infographics (all the rage) on who eats what, where and when. See them here.
According to the NYTs, this photo was taken in 1832 by Frenchman, Joseph Nicéphore Niépce.
The overly used motto, “from farm to fork” often refers to the idea of thinking more holistically about where our food comes from, how it is processed and how we cook and consume it. Or put more simply, what is … Continue reading