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radiation
radiation

Chernobyl Is Still Making Ukraine's Food Radioactive

While the area surrounding the defunct Chernobyl nuclear power plant is slowly being reborn into haven for tourists, parkour enthusiasts, and wild boar, the future isn’t looking any brighter for its human inhabitants.
Nick Rose
3.10.16
italy
italy

Hordes of Feral Hogs Are Tearing Up Italy's Most Prized Vineyards

Wild pigs are gluttons for Italy's grapes and sprouts, and so are deer. The two species are doing between US$11 million and $16 million in damage every year in Italy’s iconic Chianti region.
Wyatt Marshall
3.9.16
Berlin
Berlin

This Berlin Burger Joint Is Serving Venison Currywurst and Pulled Boar

The brothers behind Hirsch & Eber grew up in rural Germany in a family of avid hunters, at a time when eating game wasn't considered fine dining. Nowadays, however, the trio do a brisk business selling boar burgers and venison-boar currywurst.
Diana Hubbell
2.26.16
switzerland
switzerland

A Swiss Wildlife Park Is Serving Its Animals As Carpaccio

At Wildnispark Langenberg in Zurich, visitors can gaze upon majestic wild boars, deer, moose, bison, and more—and then they can head to one of the park's restaurants and eat them.
Munchies Staff
10.8.14
food politics
food politics

Michael Pollan: Children Of The Corn

Michael Pollan is one of the foremost food and plant experts in America. He wrote The Botany of Desire a few years ago, he teaches about food, plants, and biodiversity at the University of California, Berkeley.
VICE Staff
3.1.06