Diggings 26 August 2018

  World's oldest cheese confirmed in Egyptian tomb — but it may be filled with a deadly disease ‘Aged cheeses might have an appeal, but a 3,200-year-old sample of the popular dairy product found in Egypt may be just a little too old — and diseased — for even the most dedicated cheese connoisseurs.’ Pity …

Diggings 5 August 2018

  How not to package the daily recommended five pieces of fruit. ‘Bio-Nazis’ go green in Germany White supremacists in Germany and elsewhere are embracing diets free of animal products, demonstrating recipes on YouTube and arguing for the suitability of vegetarian diets for “Aryan” people. A 2012 study carried out by the Heinrich Böll Foundation, …

Diggings 11 July 2018

Breaking News: SAG 22 Regos open Take your place for a weekend of conviviality, conversation and culinary creativity. The 22nd Symposium of Australian Gastronomy brings together some of the most influential and creative food thinkers, writers, academics and industry professionals from Australia and beyond. For over 30 years, SAG has informed and inspired thinking and debate …