Put a few ingredients in a jar, and just let it go—aka, the easiest way to start fermenting at home. Green garlic had been fermenting in a small jar on my kitchen counter for about four days when a friend
I distinctly remember the first time I tried soymilk from an American grocery store; I was convinced it was rancid. Growing up in Los Angeles with Taiwanese parents, homemade soymilk (in Chinese: dou 豆漿)
Everyone's guilty at one time or another of over purchasing at the grocery store or the farmers market. Fortunately, simple fermentation techniques developed over thousands of years of human history can
In a city like Lausanne, Switzerland, urban planning could be both a cause of and solution to obesity. Recent scientific evidence points to many causes of obesity. In fact, so many exist—poverty, social
Welcome to Spring Clean Your Life, your one-stop shop for gotta-try-those tips & bookmark-me inspiration to spruce up your kitchen and home this season—and well beyond. ________ Last year, I had to clear
Moscow-based photographer Katerina Plotnikova consistently produces gorgeous portraits of young women cradling exotic animals as if they’re pets. Since we last shared her images that featured the likes
Pop and rock,Electronic music,Hip-hop,Indie,Americana,Blues,R&B,Classical music,Philip Glass,Nico Muhly,Jazz,Music,Culture,2015 in review From the thrill of Brittany Howard’s alter ego to joy on the Wirral,
Author Notes: This is a recipe I learned from Oscar Carrizosa, the chef and owner of Casa Crespo, our favorite restaurant in Oaxaca, Mexico (we ate here 3 times in an 11 day trip) when we visited in May.
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Entrepreneurs are the lifeline of any economy, and high-growth start-ups in particular are responsible for the great majority of new job creation. It’s worrying, then, that according to several reports
It's the cashmere sweater of winter drinks. While you're busy watching your barista craft squiggly latte art designs with watery almond milk or so-five-years-ago soy milk, Stockholm locals are sipping
Launched in 2011, the group known as the Guerrilla Grafters has been secretly (and illegally) modifying ornamental trees along the streets of San Francisco. These fruit-lovers make it their mission to
Six months ago, I found myself drowning in a flood of easy information. The internet—and all the lovely things on it, things like Wikipedia, Twitter, podcasts, the New Yorker, email, TED Talks, Facebook,
I love my career in competitive strategy, research, and teaching. It engages my mind. I feel an ongoing sense of discovery. I like helping people make decisions that will get them more of what they want.