Category Archives: Food: Field to Table

Milk — We need it more than ever

Got Milk? You Don’t Need It Opinionator, The New York Times – MARK BITTMAN – Jul 7, 2012 Today the Department of Agriculture’s recommendation for dairy is a mere three cups daily — still 1½ pounds by weight — for … more

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Feed humans first

We Already Grow Enough Food For 10 Billion People — and Still Can’t End Hunger Huffington Post – ERIC HOLT GIMENEZ – May 2, 2012 Hunger is caused by poverty and inequality, not scarcity. For the past two decades, the … more

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Let them eat nuts and bolts

Forbes reveals that farmers are at the top of the list of careers headed for the dustbin in the US: food production increasingly outsourced. Jobs Outlook 2012: Careers Headed For The Dustbin Forbes – JENNA GOUDREAU – Feb 7, 2012 … more

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Example better than precept

It so happens that it’s the time of the Tibetan New Year, and today’s New York Times Dining & Wine section ran an article that caught my eye: Tibetans’ (Forbidden) Special Treat New York Times – JULIA MOSKIN – Feb … more

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