If cow's udders weren't so close to their rear ends, raw milk might not be so risky, according to food safety consultant Bill Marler. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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What's Healthier: Raw Milk Or Regulation?
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Among The Greatest Cuisines, Turkish Is A Delight
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'Ripe': One Man's Quest For The Perfect Tomato
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New Spice: Piquant spices that were once hard to find in most of the United States are now available in many groceries and online. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Is A Spicier Nation (Literally) Since 1970s
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The Mustard Museum: Passion For A Condiment
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That guy in front of you at the coffee shop might not actually be named "Bob." Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Coffee Aliases Give Cup of 'Joe' New Meaning
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Report Asks: What's Lurking In Your Stadium Food?
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Would You Like A Little Bacon In That Martini?
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Gulf Fisheries' Future In Doubt
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To be extra-virgin, olive oil can't be doctored with lesser oils. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Your Olive Oil May Not Be The Virgin It Claims
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When the dollar started loosing against the euro, the Chinese were buying large quantities of European milk. It pushed up the prices of European cheeses -- creating angst for specialty food owners. Anthony Brooks/NPR hide caption

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Wavering Euro Makes Store Owners Do The Math
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