Rachel Ama and the Trouble with Apolitical Food
The rising vegan YouTube star treads carefully around the tangled politics of race and veganism. For her, making accessible plant-based recipes is a form of activism.
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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?
Come to MUNCHIES' Food Talks at Wilderness
We’re at the Oxfordshire festival for a series of panel talks with big food names including Andrew Clarke, Grace Dent and Tom Aikens.
Jollof Box Wants to Be the Next Leon
Despite missing out on a 'Dragons' Den' investment, Matthew Omeye-Howell hopes to make his West African food business the next Leon: “It’s authentic but everyone can enjoy it.”
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.
As a Youth Worker, Food Is My Secret Weapon
Everyone has an opinion about food. Everyone has a positive memory, fun story or emotional connection to a particular dish.
You Can Eat the Artwork at This Edible Exhibition
'Tender Touches' at London's AMP Gallery encourages visitors to break all the usual gallery rules.
All the British Foods That Should Have Been Ranked by YouGov
The parmo? Greggs' vegan sausage roll? *Hello?*
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.”
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!’”
You Can Never Have Enough Garlic, You Fools
A bad tweet from the 'New York Times' has ignited the garlic-obsessed masses.
Jack Monroe Has Written a Cookbook for Food Bank Users
The food writer and campaigner rose to fame in 2012 after her blog on food poverty went viral. She tells us about ‘Tin Can Cook,’ the canned food recipe book she wishes she’d had as a food bank user.