Guy Wilkinson

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You’ll Want This Garlic Condiment on Everything

Put a few ingredients in a jar, and just let it go—aka, the easiest way to start fermenting at home.<p>Green garlic had been fermenting in a small jar on my kitchen counter for about four days when a friend kindly asked whether it'd be okay if he opened the window. Nothing reached Époisses-level …

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How America Killed Soy Milk

Growing up in Los Angeles with Taiwanese parents, homemade soymilk (in Chinese: <i>dou jiang</i> 豆漿) had been a ritualized part of my morning—freshly squeezed every day by a little machine. My mom would soak whole soybeans in water overnight, dump them into this device, and out came creamy, thick, and …

Sunday Recipe: Make Momofuku's Kimchi at Home

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 help reduce food waste and add an interesting layer of flavor to a home cooked meal.<p>New York …

The Complicated Relationship Between Cities and Obesity

In a city like Lausanne, Switzerland, urban planning could be both a cause of and solution to obesity.<p>Recent scientific evidence points to many causes of obesity. In fact, so many exist—poverty, social and emotional factors, lack of sleep, genetics—that it becomes difficult to sift through them all.<p>…

6 All-Natural Cleaning Products You Can Make at Home

<i>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.</i><p>________<p>Last year, I had to clear out all our kitchen cabinets to prep for a renovation. This taught me a few things:<p><i>There is no</i> …

9 Ways to Use Quinoa in the New Year

We're partnering with our Time Inc. sister brands Cooking Light, Health, My Recipes, Real Simple, Southern Living and Sunset to bring you 60 days of …

Why I Spent a Month’s Rent on One Night at the World’s Best Spa Hotel

The Nam Hai recently won Mr and Mrs Smith’s Best Spa Hotel award for 2015. A penny-pinching traveler decides if the price tag is worth it.<p>I was first …

More Gorgeous Portraits of Women with Wild Animals by Katerina Plotnikova

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 of giraffes, elephants, and elk, she's created more stunning photos. Beautiful figures donning …

Hidden gems of 2015: great records you may have missed

From the thrill of Brittany Howard’s alter ego to joy on the Wirral, modern rockabilly and Nico Muhly’s homage to Philip Glass, our critics pick some of this year’s under-the-radar releases that didn’t get the acclaim they deserved<p>Thunderbitch: Thunderbitch<p>(Blackfootwhitefoot)<p>Sometimes there is …

How To Candy Fruits

Delicious in cakes, cookies, for garnishes, or dipped in chocolate, candied fruit is worth the effort.<p>Candying fruit is the relatively simple process …

Lentejas (Mexican Lentil Stew) Recipe on Food52

• 1 cup dried green lentils<br>• 4 cups water<br>• 4 cloves of garlic, 2 smashed with the side of a knife, 2 finely minced<br>• 1 white onion, 1/2 sliced and 1/2 finely chopped<br>• 1 tablespoon vegetable oil (or other light neutral cooking oil)<br>• 4 slices of thick center cut bacon, cut into 1/2 inch lardons<br>• 1/2 teaspoon …

The Prettiest Food You Can Bake This Holiday

<i>The holidays are all about celebratory moments, so we paired up with Simply Organic to find recipes you'll want to share with friends (and make again and again).</i><p>Winter is the best time to bake. When the weather turns punishingly bleak, you don’t want to be outside all day. You tromp around—skiing …

How Technology Will Transform Retirement

Get ready for a new array of devices and services that will make it easier to work, stay healthy, live at home and remain connected to friends and family<p>For the next generation of retirees, the question that will trump all others will be a simple one: How do you add life to longer lives?<p>As people …

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Why James Cameron Is Directing Us to Eat Less Meat and Dairy

He doesn't shy away from his commitment to preserving the planet.<p>When <i>Avatar</i> hit theaters in 2009, many viewers quickly understood the film as …

Prevent Spreadsheets from Strangling Your Startup

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 the number of new businesses being created in the U.S. has been stalled since the end of the …

Seven things Richard Branson can teach you about entrepreneurship

Richard Branson is a remarkable entrepreneur. He is also a very different kind of entrepreneur.Over his life, he has started over 400 companies, from …

Meet the Drink Ready to Dethrone Almond Milk

It's the cashmere sweater of winter drinks.<p>While you're busy watching your barista craft squiggly latte art designs with watery almond milk or <i>so</i>-five-years-ago soy milk, Stockholm locals are sipping on drinks topped off with oat milk. Wait, what is oat milk? It's what happens when you soak steel …

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Agricultural Guerrillas Are Secretly Transforming Urban Saplings into Fruit-Bearing Trees

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 graft fruit bearing branches onto the non-fruit bearing trees that line the city, in efforts of …

How Making Time for Books Made Me Feel Less Busy

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, Youtube, Buzzfeed occasionally, and yes, even the Harvard Business Review—provide unlimited …

Two Words to Help You Gut Check Your Career

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.<p>Still, when I think back to my childhood, I don’t remember ever thinking that when I grow up I …