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Pushing Brussels Sprouts Up a Mountain With Your Nose

No, Kettell didn't eat the sprouts. He pushed them up the mountain - on his... (more)

Charles McFarlane
August 12, 2014
A Bacon-Powered Motorcycle Is Cruising Your Way

Everyone's favorite cured meat has found new life as an eco-friendly, Hormel-sponsored biofuel.

Monica Kim
August 12, 2014
Missouri’s Right to Farm Law Divides the State

Missouri's Right to Farm law passed today. What does it all mean?

Charles McFarlane
August 6, 2014
The Children and the Egg: Can a Simple Snack Change Lives in...

Preschoolers in Busogo receive an "egg-ucation” - three hours of lessons and a hard-boiled treat... (more)

Patricia Crisafulli
August 6, 2014
Mass Sheep Death At Sea: ‘Not’ A Government Cover-up

The Australian government denies covering up a livestock exporter's fatal errors.

Monica Kim
August 5, 2014
There Is A Color-Changing Ice Cream, Now

A Spanish researcher has invented a color-changing ice cream to satisfy all your Willy Wonka... (more)

Monica Kim
August 4, 2014
This Is The Summer Of Sunburned Fruit

With the hottest June on record, it turns out fruit need protection from the sun... (more)

Monica Kim
July 31, 2014
Why the Name ‘Kaffir Lime’ Is Wildly Offensive to Many

Kaffir limes are quickly becoming popular in North America, but with the newfound popularity comes... (more)

Tyler LeBlanc
July 30, 2014
This Man Is Using Kickstarter to Hold Tomatoes Hostage

Pay the man his money, or the tomato gets it.

Jake Swearingen
July 30, 2014
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