Foods of the future have to look beyond traditional plants and take a trip to the bottom of the ocean ecosystem … algae. Responsible for most of Earth’s oxygen supply, why not make them a staple food as well? … More Another food revolution: algae
Bugs for tea … or maybe they will be in 50 years. Insects do seem to be the food of the future in terms of health and environment in the context of a growing population! … More Bugs for tea
What’s up with your milk? And those long words on the side, homogenised and pasteurised? They’re different processes that make your milk safe and pleasant to drink! … More Homogenised and Pasteurised … what does it mean?
You’ve almost definitely heard about probiotics and how they’re amazing for your gut microbiota (which’ll help your overall health) and how you can get them in yoghurt and other foods or as tablets. Improving your health just by eating yoghurt instead of milk with your cereal sounds great, but the question is, do they actually help? … More Probiotics? The pros and cons
An orange turned purple? It’s true and the science is fascinating! … More The Purple Orange???
It’s International Coffee Day! But have you ever wondered what steps go into creating your daily cup? … More How Coffee is Made
Delicious cheese. Paired with crackers or on sandwiches, or just simply by itself.
And this post aims to inform whoever might care on the intricacies of bacterially cultured coagulated milk! … More How Cheese is Made
1.6 billion cups per day and a host of conflicting information. Will it kill you? Save you from cancer? Or is it destroying our ecosystems? Read on about what scientists actually know about your morning cup … More Coffee or not? A discussion of the science