‘50 Shades of Charcoal’ Is the Food Festival We Definitely Didn’t Ask For
Who doesn’t love a good “house-made charcoal sangria?”
Fleetwood Mac-Themed Bar Opens in Chicago
The Stevie Nicks-worshipping pop-up involves edible glitter, decorative palmistry hands, activated charcoal, and like, magic and stuff.
Putting Activated Charcoal in Your Pizza Doesn't Make It 'Healthy'
Nice try, though.
This Jet-Black Ice Cream Is Part Digestif, Part Hangover Cure
"You have to have real food,” says Scratch's pastry chef Margarita Kallas-Lee, whose inky dessert combines activated charcoal with nutrient-infused sprinkles.
Natalie B. Compton
I Ate Activated Charcoal to Try to Prevent Myself from Getting Drunk
People from various corners of Pinterest boast about the many benefits of activated charcoal—from detoxing stomachs to curing hangovers. I decided to put the new fad to the ultimate test and popped some charcoal pills.
Drinking Poison Control Medicine Is the Newest Bougie Health Fad
Juice companies and wellness blogs are suddenly lauding activated charcoal as a cure-all "detoxifier," but you may want to think twice before forking over $10 for "activated lemonade."