sustainable

Burgers

This Is What a 100-Day-Old Cheeseburger Tastes Like

Belcampo Meat Co.'s "Century Burger" has a beautiful flavor, but probably not what you would expect after hearing that the beef is 100 days old.
Javier Cabral
3.2.18
fish

The Rules for Buying Fresh Seafood That You Were Afraid to Ask

How can you tell if your fish isn’t old-as-hell? Here's some of my rules for finding that all-natural shit that will help you land the good stuff.
Gabrielle Stommel
12.26.17
Recipe

Piranha Escabeche

Mind the teeth in this traditional Peruvian escabeche—they're still sharp.
Martin Morales
8.8.17
sustainability

Meet China’s '100 Percent Self-Sustainable Man'

He wears secondhand socks and brings his own organic vegetables to restaurants in a country where environmental consciousness is still a rare thing.
Jamie Fullerton
6.29.17
chocolate

This Chocolate Collective Is Giving Families Hope in the Amazon Rainforest

Kallari, an Ecuadorian chocolate collective owned by cacao-producing families in the Amazon rainforest, offers a sustainable alternative in an area where the environment is often exploited.
Clarissa Wei
1.24.17
resolutions

How to Become a Better Eater In 2017

Just add crickets.
Munchies Staff
12.17.16
space food

NASA Is Making ‘Sustainable’ Space Food for Deep Space Travel

How do you feed astronauts who are going to be propelled 40,000 miles beyond the moon?
Nick Rose
11.29.16
seafood

Why It's Harder Than You'd Think to Serve Local Seafood in California

Mitch Conniff's commitment to serving local seafood means that he sometimes pays twice as much as his competitors for the same fish species. "But it’s worth it," he says.
Clarissa Wei
10.31.16
seafood

In Order to Save Wild Salmon, We Must Eat Them

By only eating sustainably managed wild American salmon, you support the greatest fishing industry in the country and the jobs and communities that are sustained by it.
Tom Douglas
10.12.16
future of food

Why We Should Eat Baked Beans If We Want a Sustainable Food Future

“By replacing some of the animal protein in our diets with vegetable protein from pulses, the world's growing food requirements could be met."
Gareth May
10.7.16
farming

The Future of Farming Is Powered by Fish Shit

Forget rolling hills and patchwork fields, London’s GrowUp Urban Farm is cultivating salad leaves and protein-rich tilapia fish using a highly sustainable, recirculating water system known as aquaponics.
Daisy Meager
7.9.16
shellfish

California Abalone Are as Delicious as They Are Creepy

Abalone have a long and checkered history in California, having gone from a population surge in the 18th century to near-decimation in recent decades. But one Monterey Bay-based farm is producing these sweet, weird-looking mollusks sustainably.
Brent Crane
5.30.16
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