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Some Restaurants In Israel Declare A Kosher Rebellion

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Perhaps Another Reason To Spike That Eggnog?

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A softly-lit Booches' burger, back in the days of the Hostess bun. Genevieve Howard/Flickr.com hide caption

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After coloring, styling and photographing the rice, chef and food stylist Caitlin Levin made coconut rice. "It taste the same," she says. Henry Hargreaves hide caption

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N.Y. Fast-Food Workers Strike For Better Wages

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'Inventing Wine': The History Of A Very Vintage Beverage

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The taste of Mock's tomatoes starts with the seed. He uses only organic varieties, including cherry and several heirloom varieties. Allison Aubrey/NPR hide caption

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Tastier Winter Tomatoes, Thanks To A Boom In Greenhouse Growing

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The seeds of this goosefoot plant are known as quinoa, a superfood now in high demand and grown almost exclusively in South America. But some growers think they have the formula to grow it up north. Janet Matanguihan/courtesy Kevin Murphy hide caption

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Spinach has lots of opportunities to pick up E. coli and other bugs during harvest and growing. Here, a Mexican migrant worker cuts organic spinach during the fall harvest at Grant Family Farms in Wellington, Co. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Glen Osterberg (right) and another line cook at Lupa learn how to use the LeanPath waste tracking software. Eliza Barclay/NPR hide caption

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No Simple Recipe For Weighing Food Waste At Mario Batali's Lupa

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European dairy farmers spray police officers with milk during a demonstration outside the European Parliament in Brussels on Monday. Geert Vanden Wijngaert/AP hide caption

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A detail of a map from Food: An Atlas that shows sources of food found at farmer's markets in Berkeley, California. Cameron Reed/Food: An Atlas hide caption

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Lidia Bastianich's great-aunt swore by a horseradish tea for clearing out cold-clogged sinus. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Horseradish Tea And Other Global Cold Cures

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The Lone Star tick, common to the southeastern U.S., is responsible for inducing meat allergies in some people, scientists say. CDC Public Health Image Library hide caption

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