How Spinach Grow (in the water)

Have you ever seen how spinach is grown in a hydroponic farm? This very ancient method is now considered being used again due to it's scalability and sustainable elements. Watch the video.

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[NEWS] Brasil recognizes the importance of prenatal Nutrition

Like it wasn't enough worrying about our adult selves, science is telling us that what our mom eats and how she behaves for the 1,000 days from pregnancy to our 2-year old age, matters in many ways, and affects us all in  the long run.

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[REVIEW] Brooklyn Brittle - A Crunchy and Unique Flavor

It was a surprise to discover that my lovely neighbor Joanna in Brooklyn owns Brooklyn Brittle, a cookie company. But the best part of this great discovery is that Joanna and her business partner Gemma's cookies are  top notch quality and their philosophy goes hand in hand with my idea of Food with a capital F: freshly baked by local people, carefully made with selected and healthy ingredients, produce only in small batches to keep the cookie always fresh. You can't have more than that in one small bag!

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[FOOD STORY] Let's go to Napoli: Exploring History and Food

After an hour on the “Frecciarossa” (Italy’s express train), I was already savoring what would come next. The world famous Neapolitan pizza. I stepped out of the train on a Saturday morning in the middle of October to find a sort of beautiful chaos ruling the southern city of Naples. There were pedestrians challenging the cars and walking among them. Vehicles taking the traffic signals (if there were any) for granted; resulting in a disarray of cars, vespas, and taxis going in all (and unclear) directions. This was a day trip. a discovery trip, I wanted to rediscover pizza. 

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A nation divided... and brought together by our food

I was born and raised in Venezuela. I spent 16 years of my life in that country and I still carry it in my heart. Even so, there are many ways in which I do not share the Venezuelan customs, there are many ways in which I do not share their values or traditions. I no longer understand all of the slang, and when I am sitting in a table full of Venezuelans I somehow feel out of place. That is of course until we all sit down to eat arepas.

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