Jars labeled as pork gravy might accidentally contain unlabeled soy and milk. In other words, Trump's America.
Philadelphia’s favourite filthy comfort food—beefsteak loaded onto a bread roll and served with oozy cheese—is in its very essence the antithesis of vegan eating. Or so I thought.
Last year, the US sent $20.2 billion worth of agricultural products to China, with soybeans as the biggest export. But Trump's policies could dramatically change that.
People on Reddit and Soylent’s message board have been complaining of some unintended side effects from eating Soylent Food Bars—namely, nausea, horrific diarrhea, and intense vomiting.
I went to Kunming, in China’s southwestern Yunnan province, to find the city's famous version of stinky tofu, which turns deliciously sour and moldy after a few days' rest. But don't believe the haters, because stinky tofu doesn’t taste like farts.
It was like having my Violet Beauregard moment from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, except, instead of rolling out as a giant blueberry, I metamorphosized into a six-foot-tall tub of Vegenaise and gracefully floated into the sky.
Researchers say that the more we eat the foods that the US government pays to keep cheap—such as beef, dairy, corn, sugar, and wheat—the fatter and unhealthier we get.