Sunday, July 2, 2017

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Sunday, February 12, 2017

NPR News: Galentine's Day: Celebrating Women, Waffles, And, OK, More Waffles

Galentine's Day: Celebrating Women, Waffles, And, OK, More Waffles
Monday's the day to celebrate the best unofficial holiday made just for women: Galentine's Day. And for that, we thank our lady of Parks and Recreation, Leslie Knope.

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NPR News: Cheap Eats, Cheap Labor: The Hidden Human Costs Of Those Lists

Cheap Eats, Cheap Labor: The Hidden Human Costs Of Those Lists
Those all-too-common lists of cheap places to eat are part of a broader restaurant culture that devalues immigrant labor and ignores the consequences, says commentator and restaurateur Diep Tran.

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Saturday, February 11, 2017

NPR News: Saving The Planet, One Burger At A Time: This Juicy Patty Is Meat-Free

Saving The Planet, One Burger At A Time: This Juicy Patty Is Meat-Free
Pat Brown was a renowned biomedical researcher. But he left that to tackle what he saw as the biggest problem facing Earth: animal agriculture. His solution: a veggie burger so beef-like it bleeds.

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Friday, February 10, 2017

NPR News: Frederick Douglass On How Slave Owners Used Food As A Weapon Of Control

Frederick Douglass On How Slave Owners Used Food As A Weapon Of Control
Hunger was Douglass' constant companion as a boy. As a young man, he escaped slavery and became a heroic abolitionist who revealed how food was a key tool in the immoral mechanics of slavery.

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NPR News: 1,000 Years Ago, Corn Made This Society Big. Then, A Changing Climate Destroyed Them

1,000 Years Ago, Corn Made This Society Big. Then, A Changing Climate Destroyed Them
The Mississippian American Indian culture rose to power after 900 A.D. by farming corn. Now, new evidence suggests a dramatic change in climate might have led to the culture's collapse in the 1300s.

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Thursday, February 9, 2017

NPR News: A Forgotten Group Of Grains Might Help Indian Farmers – And Improve Diets, Too

A Forgotten Group Of Grains Might Help Indian Farmers – And Improve Diets, Too
Once a staple in India, millets have fallen out of fashion in recent years. Now, faced with water shortages, one Indian state is re-introducing these drought tolerant cereals to people's diets.

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