The pandemic has altered the way many of us think about plant-based eating.
Roasted Winged Termites Are My Favourite Monsoon Snack, Even If Others Might Not Find it 'Appropriate'
The popular delicacy savoured by scores of Dalits, Bahujans and Tribal people evokes disgust in those that claim to dictate the law of the land.
Former Indian minister Maneka Gandhi claimed credit for the ban, but people of Nagaland say they were not consulted by the government.
That jar of kimchi in your fridge may not be a magic cure, but can scientists use the fermented vegetable in developing an antiviral drug?
“I'm so livid after seeing this horribly wrong way to cook rice on BBC and now I want to cook rice out of spite," one tweet says.
Uncertainty and anxiety have made us turn to one of the only constants we have in our life: familiar foods. And they’re all coming out of packets.
They’re calling it the “meat of the future”.
This tropical paradise will be forever synonymous with its former leaseholders—the brewers of Australia's worst beer.
“When you win, you win exhausted from working 14-hour shifts and perpetually smelling like Schezwan sauce. When you lose, you dig into your savings to keep it afloat and seriously consider turning it into a grocery shop.”
A New York Times story celebrating Southeast Asia's fruity bounty (while trading in what many say are reductive stereotypes) has prompted an outpouring of criticism online.
How do Chyawanprash ice cream and chocolate Maggi even sound like a good idea to you?
It is the bread? Do they use bread-flavoured air fresheners? I used journalism to find out.