Sometimes it's too fucking hot to turn on a stove or exist inside an apartment. And when faced with the bursting farmers markets and the overwhelming selections at the nearest cheese counter, sometimes, less is more, and simple is good.
As a Scandinavian chef, I've immersed myself into our history to figure out how people have pulled through our freezing winters.
Dealing with acid whey has been a real problem for the Greek yogurt industry. But now, several innovative solutions are in the works.
As production of the country’s popular skyr yogurt expands, can the disposal of a harmful byproduct be kept clean?
It’s your Monday and you can cry if you want to—just do it with a tasty drink in hand that matches your sorrowful goodbye to the weekend. We love you, gin.
Acid whey, a byproduct from yogurt production, is harmful to rivers and streams but companies are seeking out ingenious ways to limit environmental impacts by repurposing waste.