Vaccine BS

A couple of years ago, Andrew Baker of Food Freedom news wrote an article entitled, The Vaccine Hoax is Over. Documents from UK Reveal 30 years of Cover-up. Yet, two or so years later vaccines are still pushed like crazy. Anyway, in his article, it was pointed out that under the Freedom of Information Act […]

In Praise of Veggies

In Praise of Veggies – Vegetables Are So Good Because… …BECAUSE THEY’RE NUTRIENT RICH AND NUTRIENT DENSE Vegetables are a great source of nutrients such as folate (folic acid helps your body create red blood cells), potassium (which is good for your blood pressure), vitamin A (which is good for your eyes and skin, and […]

Cynthia Nixon’s Cinnamon-Raisin and Lox Bagel, Explained

New York media has a new fixation, and it’s not the identity of the anonymous New York Times op-ed writer or Elon Musk smoking weed on camera. The latest incident to capture hearts, minds, and Twitter timelines has it all: politics, an iconic local foodstuff, a B-list celebrity, and a combination of flavors so divisive […]

Meat Experts Compare Beef From Eight and 15-Year-Old Cows

“Before 1940, the average age of a harvested animal was 4 to 5 years. Now, it’s 12 to 15 months,” according to Kinderhook Farm farmer Lee Ranney. The Prime Time duo, Ben Turley and Brent Young, meet with Ranney on his farm in Valtie, New York, to compare three different grass-fed cows: 28 months old, […]

A Timeline of Events at the Spotted Pig Post #MeToo

Nearly three months after chefs Gabrielle Hamilton and Ashley Merriman announced plans to take over operations at New York City restaurant the Spotted Pig, Eater NY reports that the deal is off. Late last year, the New York Times broke the news that the influential restaurant, open since 2004 and credited with popularizing the gastropub […]

Prisoners Are Striking to Improve Food for the Incarcerated

This story was originally published on Civil Eats. Since August 21, people in prisons across the U.S. have been on strike. In at least 14 states, they have stopped work, started hunger strikes, and boycotted commissaries, the stores inside correctional facilities that sell food and other products. While much of the news coverage of the […]