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Hunger is inherently a somber topic, but National Geographic assures that this photo collection will inspire, not depress.
Mice on an odd eating schedule spent more time inspecting objects they were familiar with than mice who ate on a routine.
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If policing your child’s plate at a holiday dinner dampens the celebration, this one tip may be incredibly freeing for you and your children.
Floor plans that let cooks see the people they're serving increase food quality and customer satisfaction.
Home cooking advocates have been trying to convince us for years that it’s healthier to cook your own meals. Now science backs them up.
National Geographic miniseries aims to satisfy everyone’s hunger for food knowledge.
Many of us love sushi, but is our appetite for it furthering the decline of seafood populations?
Farmers are producing less cocoa than the world demands. That doesn’t mean we’re running out of chocolate.
From the Thanksgiving table to restaurants, hiking trips to college dining halls, you can avoid animal products with a little practice.
This wheat product is a good source of protein, and it's gaining popularity as a meat substitute.
Don't let Turkey Day roast your brain. Be organized, keep calm and cook on.
It’s been fun to explore the gluten-free world of Portland. Here are some of my favorite finds so far.
Do you think you know what a vegan looks like? If so, this list of folks who eschew animal products might surprise you.
We almost lost the art of making true broth, but it has had a massive revival. Now, you can even enjoy it on the streets of New York.
The newly released Dirty Dozen Guide to Food Additives identifies twelve ingredients in food that are potentially hazardous to your health.
Creative mom explores how to live a sustainable life with a focus on food.
Mom shares nourishing recipes and blogs about sustainable living.