This Artist Makes Cheese from the Mould That Landlords Won't Remove
“I want the whole installation to have sort of a sinister vibe to it. I think of the cheeses as if they were bait or a little trap for the landlord.”
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Can Eating Too Much Tuna Give You Mercury Poisoning?
It's the go-to "healthy" meal for uni students and gym bros alike. But how much tuna is too much? And how real is the risk of mercury toxicity?
The Problem with Eating Like a Refugee for a Week
Humanitarian charity Concern Worldwide's "Ration Challenge" asks fundraisers to spend a week eating the supply packs provided to refugees. But does it undermine the scale of the crisis?
How Many Oysters Does it Take to Get Horny: An Investigation
Turns out if I ate over a certain amount, I got very, very horny.
Don't Buy This: Pre-Chopped Fruits and Vegetables Are a Big Waste of Money
Don’t let your chronic laziness get the best of you. Simply taking the time to chop food yourself can save $100 a month (or more).
A Meat-Eater and a Veggie Reviewed KFC's New Vegan Burger
Is it as good as a Zinger Stacker? We found out, at one of the only KFC branches now trialling the Imposter Burger.
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That Iconic Photo of Shrek's Head Carved Out of a Melon Needs Revisiting
So we got Joel Golby to dive into it.
The Drinks Company with a Surprisingly Radical Agenda
Barking-based Company Drinks takes locals on foraging trips and directs its profits back into the community. The mission? To produce “something useful with and for each other.”
Win Tickets to Matty Matheson’s Australian and New Zealand Shows
The Canadian king of comfort food is heading down under, and we’re making sure you have the chance to check him out in all his salty glory.
Men Told Us How Bottoming Affects Their Eating Habits
“My boyfriend went out of the country for two weeks. My first thought was, ‘Finally, I can eat mushy peas!’”
Stephanie H. Shih's Food Ceramics Nourish Asian-American Memory
"The Asian-American community is so large, and yet there haven’t really been conversations specifically catered toward us — people are really hungry for it. No pun intended."
I Ate Cat to See if Invasive Species Could Be a Part of Our Diets
Contemporary artist Kirsha Kaechele also served up some pigeon, horse, and cane toad in an attempt to reframe the way we think about "pests".