In the remote town of Roebourne, Australia (population 1,200), average temperatures are around 40° C/104° F. Becoming involved in the local food scene means being able to hunt and source kangaroo, snakes, Bush turkey, bat, and sea turtle.
In Brazil, land is being cleared at an alarming rate to plant every vegetarian’s favorite crop: Soy.
You think Higgs bosons are all that? Hardly. A team of chemists from UC Irvine and Australia have recently devised a way to “unboil” an egg with the same stuff that’s in your urine.
The chances of you dying of starvation during Winter Storm Juno are pretty slim, so stop buying way more bread than you can possibly eat and just chill out with a hot toddy.
How do you serve thousands of people who have gathered together to demonstrate against industrial agriculture? The German organization Wir haben es satt (“We’ve had it”) came up with an unconventional solution: making a gigantic stew out of a ton of vegetables that otherwise would have been thrown in the garbage.
There’s one Australianism that can’t be excused by weather or geography: Fairy Bread. It’s nothing more than triangles of white bread covered with butter and topped sprinkles, but it’s simple, nostalgic, and a minimal-effort substitute for real cake.