Menhaden are modest little fish so rich in oil that they’re sometimes called the soybean of the sea.
A review of The Locavore’s Dilemma by James McWilliams.
Divorcing shark-fin soup from Asian wedding menus
Could giant farm-raised rats shrink the bushmeat trade?
Gary Paul Nabhan on the threat that modern food processing and cultural homogenization pose to the biodiversity of peperoni, pickles—and beer.
With the growth of the “eat ’em to beat ’em” movement comes a growing number of books and other resources for cooking invasive species.
Stem-cell technology spurs the advent of in vitro meat
Mark Post has never been tempted to taste the “fake” pork that he grows in his lab.
Carnivores rejoice! There’s environmental merit to eating meat—if it’s farmed properly. By George Monboit.
Which foods contribute the most to eutrophying nitrogen pollution?
Distracted by a mysterious rash of dying bees, researchers may be overlooking a more insidious pollinator crisis.