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Great expectations for pesticides
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Great expectations for pesticides

The European Union watches agriculture and related problems very closely. It is an essential part of sustainable development policy for...
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Copper pots
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Copper pots

There are different perceptions about restaurant kitchens. However, there is a certain detail that is often present in each image....
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Does cow’s milk make you fat or help you lose weight?
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Does cow’s milk make you fat or help you lose weight?

In recent times, there have been many articles on whether it is worth drinking cow’s milk or whether it is...
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Taste and hear – Does the Sound affect taste?
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Taste and hear – Does the Sound affect taste?

Much research has been done on sensory relationships. The fact that music affects our mood is nothing new, but does...
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The Science Behind Aging Fruits and Vegetables
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The Science Behind Aging Fruits and Vegetables

Have you ever purchased unripe fruit or vegetables, only to have them go bad before they have a chance to...
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The Enigmatic Allure of Blue Food
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The Enigmatic Allure of Blue Food

Blue food immediately grabs attention with its captivating mystery, owing to its vivid colors and clarity. It often feels like...
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What happens when you don’t drink enough water?
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What happens when you don’t drink enough water?

We hear all the time about drinking the right amount of water. Newspapers, television, and the Internet shout about it,...
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Huitlacoche – the Aztec caviar
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Huitlacoche – the Aztec caviar

One of the problems with crops is diseases that destroy harvest and spread quickly. Farmers have many solutions, such as...
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Is there an obesity gene?
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Is there an obesity gene?

Obesity is one of the most serious civilization diseases of the 21st century. It means excessive accumulation of adipose tissue...
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Slow Food and sustainable growth: the way to a better future
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Slow Food and sustainable growth: the way to a better future

Slow food gained popularity as a response to the fast-paced, convenience-based culture that characterizes much of modern life. According to...
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What is chocolate tempering?
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What is chocolate tempering?

Let's talk about something sweet again! What comes to your mind first? Chocolate, of course! Today we come to you...
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The gut – link to depression
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The gut – link to depression

Over the years and through research, experts and studies have increasingly highlighted the role of the intestines in our body,...
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My ice cream looks salty: the taste expectations
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My ice cream looks salty: the taste expectations

Surely you've heard that the taste buds on our tongue are responsible for whether we feel the sweet, bitter, salty,...
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The most important ingredient in cooking – time
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The most important ingredient in cooking – time

Soups, stews, or other spicy dishes - uneaten in the depths of the fridge, or standing alone on the turned-off...
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A Culinary Odyssey with Chef Albert Adrià
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A Culinary Odyssey with Chef Albert Adrià

At the core of Chef Albert's culinary ethos lies a profound connection with the product and a deep appreciation for...
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Understanding Component Communication in a Globalized Culinary Landscape – Debora Fadul
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Understanding Component Communication in a Globalized Culinary Landscape – Debora Fadul

A profound exploration of this culinary globalization occurred during the enlightening event, Food Meets Science, where Chef Debora Fadul (DIACA),...
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The honey made from bread – Jordi Roca
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The honey made from bread – Jordi Roca

The feast of the Food Meets Science Conference started unusually: with the desert. The first Speaker to host a presentation...
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Exploring the Intricacies of Yucatecan Cuisine through Recado Negro – Roberto Solís
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Exploring the Intricacies of Yucatecan Cuisine through Recado Negro – Roberto Solís

"Since childhood, the color black has been associated with mysticism for me," says Mexican Chef Roberto Solís.
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