Around the same time that Redzepi founded Mad, Meyer, who sold his majority stake in Noma in 2013, began testing New Nordic principles far beyond Scandinavia. After mapping the countries of the world on metrics such as economic development, crime rates and biodiversity, Meyer decided to open a restaurant called Gustu in Bolivia’s capital, La Paz, with another talented young Danish chef, Kamilla Seidler, at the helm. Seidler and her team used Bolivia’s fauna and flora to create the restaurant’s idiosyncratic cuisine – llama tartare, alligator escabeche and a lot of quinoa – and brought the restaurant on to the foodie radar. But more importantly, she completed the restaurant’s primary objective: training the restaurant’s Bolivian staff so she could leave Gustu in their hands. … [Read more...] about What Noma did next: how the ‘New Nordic’ is reshaping the food world
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4. Chew Slower Research studies have shown that people who chew on every bite of their food slowly, tend to eat lesser, as chewing slowly tends to make a person feel fuller, quickly. This is because more saliva is produced when we chew slowly and when the saliva reacts with the digestive fluids when it reaches the stomach, it creates a feeling of satiation. … [Read more...] about 7 Simple Tricks To Reduce 500 Calories From Your Diet To Lose Weight!
The experiment debuted on his new video series, “The Food Lab,” based on his column of the same name for the online magazine Serious Eats. The point was to show how salting ground beef before forming the patties will result in tough, dense burgers, as in the the first sample, because the salt dissolves proteins in the meat, causing them to bind together. But if you only salt the outside of the patties, you’ll get tender, juicy burgers. … [Read more...] about Mr. Wizard’s Food Lab: J. Kenji López-Alt’s unlikely path to stardom
Our current production model is energy-intensive, wasteful, cruel and unsustainable. We should be eating far less meat, and thinking more about it. Her book describes the year she spent eating only animals she had killed herself – a common, if hypothetical, answer to the abstraction and scale of the mostly invisible meat industry. She cried after killing the first rabbit, and talks about her ambivalence at stalking and shooting a red stag. The responsibility of taking an animal’s life bears an emotional cost, she tells the crowd. “It’s pretty intense.” It is also not something one can practically do in a city (unless you maybe fancy the urban equivalent of turducken, eating a fox that recently swallowed a pigeon, which last dined on KFC). … [Read more...] about A nice bit of squirrel: should we chow down a diet of invasive species?
The country’s top legislative committee approved a proposal “prohibiting the illegal wildlife trade, abolishing the bad habit of over consumption of wildlife, and effectively protecting the lives and health of the people,” state television reported. … [Read more...] about Chinese city of Shenzhen to ban eating of cats and dogs