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Plants have played a major role in human development for as long as people have inhabited the earth. Human interaction with plants has been and continues to be a complex relationship. Many species have provided critical resources for sustaining life, while others threaten human harm if encountered or used carelessly. The scientific field of ethnobotany … Read more

Kate Winslet Talks ‘Titanic’ Fat Shaming

Kate Winslet attends the Avatar: The Way Of Water World Premiere at Odeon Luxe Leicester Square on December 06, 2022 in LondonPhoto: Samir Hussein/WireImage (GettyImages) On the occasion of her latest collaboration with director James Cameron, Avatar: The Way of Water (which, to no one’s surprise opened at No. 1 at the weekend box office), … Read more

TASTE OF LIFE/ ‘Three-treasure dish’ featuring pickled Chinese cabbage: Easy and tasty recipe for young men ‘open to cooking’ to try

Editor’s note: In the Taste of Life series, cooking experts, chefs and others involved in the field of food introduce their special recipes intertwined with their paths in life. * * * In 2018, Joe-san., a cooking expert with more than 380,000 Twitter followers, began posting his recipes in earnest. Around that time, he had … Read more

A Colorful History of Baking Powder (And Its Unlikely Inventor)

An excerpt from “Born in Cambridge: 400 Years of Ideas and Innovators.” Trade card for Horsford’s Self-Raising Bread Preparation, Rumford Chemical Works. Source: Collection of the authors. By: Karen Weintraub and Michael Kuchta BeeLine Reader uses subtle color gradients to help you read more efficiently. If you look in your kitchen cabinet right now, chances … Read more

New CDC study finds only 10 percent of Wisconsinites getting daily recommended values ​​of fruits, vegetables

Only 1 in 10 Wisconsinites were meeting the daily recommendations for incorporating fruits and vegetables into their diets two years ago, according to a federal study released earlier this month. The state director of Wisconsin’s Women, Infants and Children, or WIC, nutrition program said increases in benefits during the coronavirus pandemic have made fruits and … Read more

Fiery South: Thai Buri offers a taste of the Southeast Asian culinary powerhouse’s regional cuisine | Restaurant Reviews | San Antonio

click to enlarge Many diners think of cuisines of any given country as being monolithic. Italy equals pasta and pizza, France means fancy sauces and foie gras, and Mexico … well, don’t get me started. Which explains why some foreign governments have even picked up on the branding advantages to be had by peddling certain … Read more

the fat, elderly one-eyed general who outwitted Napoleon – and was immortalised in War and Peace

Although this is the case for the defence, Mikaberidze is far too good an historian not to show Kutuzov in occasionally very unappealing lights, especially in his private life, when it seems that the 64-year-old not only had an affair with a Wallachian girl of 14 (who had already been married for two years) but … Read more

Tom Brady’s Bread Sells Like (Carb-Free) Hotcakes on Amazon

When you think of classic white sandwich bread, which brands immediately comes to mind? For me, it’s either Wonder Bread or Butternut, both of which are perfectly suited to a deli meat sandwich and a grilled cheese. But Food Business News reports that the current top-selling white sandwich bread on Amazon is far from the … Read more

Partnership creates Wisconsin’s first commercial facility to create biofuel for trucks, aircraft

Wisconsin’s first commercial facility to convert dairy farm waste into renewable biofuel for vehicles broke ground earlier this month. That’s thanks to a partnership between the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and the California-based Agra Energy. The $20 million facility is located at the Dairyland Farm in New Franken. It will use new technology to convert manure … Read more

Wisconsin dairy leaders call on US Senate to fix labor shortages by changing immigration policy

Wisconsin and national dairy leaders are pushing the US Senate to cut food prices and fix the agricultural labor shortage by reforming immigrant labor policies. In a press conference Thursday, leaders said the Farm Workforce Modernization Act, a bill already passed by the US House and pending in the Senate, would fix labor shortages by … Read more