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One month of a family's food waste

Did you throw away that half-eaten sandwich? Those bananas in your fruit bowl that had gone a bit brown? You’re not alone: 40 percent of the food America produces goes to waste. Ashley Stanley of Lovin’ Spoonfuls talks about why this is such a huge problem, and what we can all do about it. Read More...

A delicious burger

Trade in your burgers and chicken wings for cricket flour and meatless protein. Bitty Food’s Megan Miller and Beyond Meat’s Ethan Brown tell you why your dinner is going to look radically different in 20 years. Read More...

Cooking and fire

If you want cutting edge cuisine, try deer leg aged in beeswax. Corby Kummer, senior editor at The Atlantic, talks about the big food trends we’ll see in 2015 — and how the work of the world’s most creative chefs filters down the rest of us. Read More...

WikiCell ice cream

Forget the bread bowl. Someday your soup may be contained in edible, grape-like packaging. Dr. David Edwards, creator and Harvard professor, is taking his cue from fruits with edible skins and looking to upend the food industry. Read More...

Creme Brulee

Food journalism isn't all filet mignon and creme brulee recipes. Ruth Reichl, former NY Times food critic and Gourmet editor, talks Twitter, blogs, and the value of sitting down for meals. Read More...

grocery store

We talk with authors Michael Pollan and Moises Velasquez-Manoff about the power of bacteria, an element of health that is just beginning to be studied. Read more...

pizza

Drugs, alcohol, nicotine ... processed carbohydrates? Dr. David Ludwig of Boston Children's Hospital says certain carbs affect our brains, much like addictive substances. Read more...

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