Could not load plugins: File not found Lab-grown burgers will be served up in October Link to video: Lab-grown burger to be served up in October Lurking in a petri dish in a laboratory in the Netherlands is an unlikely contender for the future of food. The yellow-pink sliver the size of a corn plaster is the state-of-the-art in lab-grown meat, and a milestone on the path to the world's first burger made from stem cells. Dr Mark Post, head of physiology at Maastricht University, plans to unveil a complete burger – produced at a cost of more than £200,000 – this October. He hopes Heston Blumenthal, the chef and owner of the three Michelin-starred Fat Duck restaurant in Berkshire, will cook the offering for a celebrity taster as yet unnamed. The project, funded by a wealthy, anonymous, individual aims to slash the number of cattle farmed for food, and in doing so reduce one of the major contributors to greenhouse gas emissions. "You can easily calculate that we need alternatives.
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While sunlight contains all colors, the dominant type of chlorophyll in plants only needs purple light to function. This simple fact has big implications for the future of farming. Crops planted in soil, of course, depend on the sun, while commercial greenhouses use white light to grow their crops. All that extra red, green and yellow energy is wasted on the plants. PlantLab has taken advantage of chlorophyll’s little quirk. By using red and blue LEDs to create purple light, they have dramatically cut the energy needed to grow plants indoors. Watch the introductory video here.
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Korean designer Jihyum Ryou reimagines food storage without a fridge. In his project ‘Save Food From The Fridge’ Ryou uses traditional word-of-mouth knowledge and everyday objects to preserve food in an eco-friendly way, without the use of a fridge to keep the food fresh. “Observing the food and therefore changing the notion of food preservation, we could find the answer to current situations such as the overuse of energy and food wastage.” Ryou wrote on his website. “My design is a tool to implement that knowledge in a tangible way and slowly it changes the bigger picture of society. I believe that once people are given a tool that triggers their minds and requires a mental effort to use it, new traditions and new rituals can be introduced into our culture.” Symbiosis of Potato+AppleRyou keeps apples and potatoes together, as apples emit ethylene gas. Breathing Eggs With a shelf, eggs can be stored outside the fridge—so that the eggs don’t absorb odour of other food in the fridge.
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We have compiled two glossaries to help you navigate the expansive meat-free/dairy-free world. These glossaries are a work-in-progress and we will be expanding and updating them on an as-needed basis. GLOSSARY OF INGREDIENTS(Açaí to Yacon) A-C | D-F | G-I | J-L | M-O | P-S | T-V | W-Z Read through our Glossary of Ingredients to acquaint yourself with unusual and exotic ingredients, supplements and more. We also provide some suggestions for where you can purchase these unique foodstuffs. GLOSSARY OF TERMS (Antioxidants to Wheat-Free)A-C | D-F | G-I | J-L | M-O | P-S | T-V | W-Z Read through our Glossary of Terms to become familiar with raw, vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and YumUniverse terminology.
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Balanced body chemistry is of utmost importance for the maintenance of health and correction of disease. Acidosis, or over-acidity in the body tissues, is one of the basic causes of many diseases, especially the arthritic and rheumatic diseases. All foods are "burned" in the body--more commonly called "digested"-- leaving an ash as the result of the "burning", or the digestion. It is, therefore, vitally important that there is a proper ratio between acid and alkaline foods in the diet. A healthy body usually keeps large alkaline reserves which are used to meet the emergency demands if too many acid-producing foods are consumed. For optimum health and maximum resistance to disease, it is imperative that your diet is slightly over-alkaline. Below are tables of common foods with an approximate potential acidity or alkalinity, as present in one ounce of food.
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Every now and then, some “miracle” fruit comes along and everyone is abuzz about its health-giving benefits. At one time, it was the noni craze. Now comes the gac fruit (Momordica cochinchinensis spreng). The size of a honeydew melon, the gac is a large, red fruit indigenous to Southern Asia (Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia) and the gac vine is often seen growing on lattices at the entrance of rural homes. This “super fruit” is said to protect and rejuvenate cells with its powerful antioxidants. A well-kept secret for centuries in South Asia, the gac fruit (as it is known in Vietnam) has been used as food and medicine to promote healthy eyesight, enhance longevity and increase energy. It is cooked with rice (as a sort of colourant) and is traditionally served during festive occasions, such as weddings. Studies on this fruit found it to be amongst the most nutrient-dense fruits, containing high concentrations of beta-carotene and lycopene, besides other nutrients. Heavenly fruit Other super fruits
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Top 10 Budget-Friendly Foods - Diet and Nutrition Center
You don't have to cut back on healthy foods as you're trimming your family food budget! Here are 10 top picks for economical and delicious healthy foods. With the economy suffering and food prices rising, your family’s grocery bill might be in need of a few budget cuts. Unfortunately, because of the misperception that healthy foods always cost more, nutritious foods like fresh produce are often the first to get bumped from grocery carts. But there are plenty of ways to save money without sacrificing the quality of your diet. Here are 10 of my top picks for healthy foods that won’t break the bank. 1. Buy plain, dry oats in the big canisters rather than the (often presweetened) individual packets, which are way more costly. 2. Frozen vegetables really are just as nutritious as fresh. 3. Bananas in particular are a bargain hunter’s dream. Don’t forget about those oranges and apples — they’re kid-friendly, easy to tote, and stay fresh longer than most fruits. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
Got taro leaves? Got Ti Leaves? Then you’re ready for lau lau, the traditional Hawaiian dish consisting of pork, chicken and fish steamed within layers of taro leaves and wrapped in ti leaves. In the traditional luau, or Hawaiian feast, lau lau is usually cooked — much like the kalua pig — in an underground oven called the imu. I had always wanted to prepare a home-cooked version of lau lau, but it has been a challenge to procure both fresh taro leaves and the ti leaves. 1/2 lb pork butt, cut into bite-sized pieces 1/2 lb boneless chicken thighs, cubed 1/2 lb salmon fillet, cubed 1 lb dried taro leaves 8 ti leaves 1 tbsp sea salt Season pork, chicken and salmon with sea salt. Like this: Like Loading...
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Chocolate Cream Pie a rich, smooth, dark chocolate custard cream; covered with whipped topping. Macadamia Nut Cream Pie a rich, smooth vanilla custard cream combined with diced macadamia nuts; covered with whipped topping. Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cream Pie a rich, smooth dark chocolate custard cream combined with diced macadamia nuts; covered with whipped topping. Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie a layer of rich, smooth dark chocolate custard cream, filled with another layer of haupia (creamy coconut pudding); topped with whipped topping. Blueberry Cream Pie a layer of rich, smooth vanilla custard cream, layered with blueberry fruit topping (blueberry preseve-like); topped with whipped topping. Strawberry Cream Pie a layer of rich, smooth vanilla custard cream, layered with strawberry fruit topping (strawberry preserve-like); topped with whipped topping. Strawberry Guava Pie Haupia Cream Pie filled with haupia (creamy coconut pudding ); topped with whipped topping. Peach Bavarian Cream Pie Lemon Cheese Pie
The shrimp were cooked in olive oil, fresh cut garlic and lemon butter Giovanni's actually has two shrimp trucks; one in Haleiwa and the other in Kahuku. And in an Island littered with shrimp trucks I think I found the King - Giovanni's in... www.hopper.com The 25 Most Popular Food Trucks Of 2013 What you should get: Garlic shrimp, shrimp scampi, spicy shrimp… This is the Bubba of food trucks. www.buzzfeed.com Tour of North Shore Shrimp Trucks - Giovanni's: Hawaii's Crustacean Fascination First in a series. www.hawaiirama.com/video Snapshots from Hawaii: Garlic Shrimp Oahu's North Shore is known for its big waves, but I went there for its big shrimp. www.seriouseats.com Giovanni's Shrimp Truck is a Shrimp and Garlic Delight! If you ever travelled to the North Shore, in addition to the great beaches and surf, you most likely heard about the great shrimp trucks! www.alohaupdate.com This is a Hawaii forum: It has some really good pictures www.to-hawaii.com Saveur Magazine Jan-Feb 2004
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Top 10 Food Frauds: Hidden Formaldehyde, Plastic Threads, Melamine and Caustic Soda Found in Commonly Consumed Fare
By Carolanne Wright Contributing Writer for Wake Up World As food production costs continue to skyrocket due to struggling economies, fuel prices and extreme weather, manufacturers worldwide are becoming creative. Regrettably, this imaginative process includes such measures as substituting horse (or donkey) meat for beef, plastic threads for saffron, and phthalates for food-grade oil. But one aspect is certain – now more than ever, it behooves us to buy local and source food from reputable small businesses like farmers’ markets and co-ops. Top 10 Food Counterfeits The following is a list of common edibles and contaminants: Coffee: Twigs, roasted corn, barley or soybeans, rye flour, figs, potato flour, chicory powder, maltrodextrin, roasted ground parchment paper. Honey: Antibiotics, partial invert cane sugar, beet sugar, glucose syrup and high-fructose corn syrup. Blueberries: Completely fabricated without any real fruit at all. Olive oil: Peanut, corn or sunflower oil. Buyer Beware
Lab-grown meat demands a new food ethics – Julian Baggini
The chef Richard McGeown has faced bigger culinary challenges in his distinguished career than frying a meat patty in a little sunflower oil and butter. But this time the eyes and cameras of hundreds of journalists in the room were fixed on the 5oz (140g) pink disc sizzling in his pan, one that had been five years and €250,000 in the making. This was the world's first proper portion of cultured meat, a beef burger created by Mark Post, professor of physiology, and his team at Maastricht University in the Netherlands. Post (which rhymes with ‘lost’, not ‘ghost’) has been working on in vitro meat (IVM) since 2009. The IVM technique starts with a harmless procedure to remove myosatellite cells — stem cells that can only become muscle cells — from a live cow’s shoulder. When the lights dimmed, images of gulls flying over gentle sea waves were projected onto two screens by the sides of the stage. What was most striking to me was how the presentation led, not with science, but with ethics.
Fake meats definitely come with a stigma attached, but what if you really couldn't tell that the "meat" was fake? According to the New York Times, an incident at Whole Foods last year proves that meat-free "chicken" really can taste like real chicken. Apparently last May Whole Foods had to recall two curried chicken salads that were sold at a location in the Northeast because the kitchen accidentally switched the labels. The plant-based chicken alternative was marked as real chicken and vice versa. This incident marked a big win for plant-based meats and Beyond Meat, the company behind the imitation chicken. Would you eat imitation meat if it tasted exactly the same as regular chicken or beef?
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Correct Portion Sizes: How to Keep Portion Distortion in Check
Correct Portion Sizes: How to Keep Portion Distortion in Check Quick tip: Ensure you are getting proper portion sizes with this easy portion size guide using hand symbols. With restaurants offering enormous plates of food, drink cups often in "Big Gulp" sizes and snacks sold in king-sized packages, it can be hard to know how much to eat sometimes. It's difficult to avoid eating bigger at home, too. Some meals appearing “average” in size can add up to a whole day’s worth of calories. If you’re trying to maintain your weight or lose a few pounds, read on for some tips on how to estimate proper portion sizes, keep portions in check even when faced with big plates of food. Serving Sizes: Then and Now Source: NYC Health There are lots of easy ways to keep portion sizes under control, it just takes a little forethought and a handful of tricks that will help out a lot. What you can do to Manage Your Portions: Not sure what a portion size should be? 1Young LR, Nestle M.
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