food

 
Ecological land grab: food vs fuel vs forests
Ecological land grab: food vs fuel vs forests
The overlapping crises of climate change, mass species extinction, and an unsustainable global food system are on a collision course towards what...
Our starch cravings date back to cave dwellers
Our starch cravings date back to cave dwellers
Starches have been dietary staples for even longer than we thought. Archaeological evidence now confirms that humans have been cooking plant...
Disorders don’t discriminate
Disorders don’t discriminate
Eating disorders are illnesses that anyone can get, have little to do with vanity and can have lifelong after-effects.
A culinary journey across SA
A culinary journey across SA
The menu at La Petite Maison is designed to take you on a culinary expedition of South Africa, from the choppy waters of the Atlantic to the lush...
How to eat to save the world
How to eat to save the world
There is not a country in the world that is not grappling with the serious health and environmental consequences of its citizens’ diets. There...
A tale of two cultural tastes
A tale of two cultural tastes
‘In black culture, everybody’s mother says they make the best steamed bread. In Italian culture, everyone’s mother makes the best bolognese or...
Search for ‘good food’ is karma
Search for ‘good food’ is karma
My first memory of okra is from my childhood on a Saturday night in Fordsburg Square, Johannesburg.
Strawberry saboteur evades Australia police
Strawberry saboteur evades Australia police
Australian police on Tuesday admitted they still don't know who has been putting sewing needles in supermarket strawberries, but warned perpetrators behind the nationwide scare face a decade in jail....
[Video]Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi breaks down the writing on your food
[Video]Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi breaks down the writing on your food
Health Minister Aaron Motsoeledi explains what the words "Best Before", "sell-by-date" and "use-by-date" on food really mean.
Eating through Spain and Portugal
Eating through Spain and Portugal
An ochre-yellow light accents the Sagrada Familia’s odd angles, strange corners and looming cranes. Sitting on a bench overlooking one of...
The causes of Somalia's conflict and famine are bad governance, not climate change
The causes of Somalia's conflict and famine are bad governance, not climate change
The link between climate change and violent conflict is a complex one. In

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