- Thank fungi for cheese, wine and beer this holiday season — The Conversation
- How Did Plants Conquer Land? These Humble Algae Hold Clues —The New York Times
- To eat or not to eat: 10 of the world’s most controversial foods —The Guardian
- Sweet spot: Norwegians cut sugar intake to lowest level in 44 years —The Guardian
- ‘Fire is medicine’: the tribes burning California forests to save them — The Guardian
- Light pollution is key ‘bringer of insect apocalypse’ —The Guardian
- Understanding what makes a food ‘organic’ —Washington Post
- In bleak report, U.N. says drastic action is only way to avoid worst effects of climate change —Washington Post
- Many call it vile, but give this fruit a chance. Or three. You might love it —Washington Post
- How to Make a Roux —Taste Of Home
- Cosmic Crisp apple that can reportedly last for a year to hit US stores —The Guardian
- Fire Blight Spreads Northward, Threatening Apple Orchards —The New York Times
- Limited eating times could be a new way to fight obesity and diabetes —The Conversation
- BPA chemical levels in humans drastically underestimated, study finds —The Guardian
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