While most people are advised to keep off fried foods, there are others who want their food to be crispy whether it is Chongqing Sichuan spice chicken or chicken with chilies or the plain French fries. Scott Andrew Paulson, a physicist at the James Madison University, has been trying to create the perfect French fry and offers a guideline how to double fry your food.
"Eat with it and then eat it" is the tag line of the edible spoon and fork produced in India. According to Bakeys, 120 billion plastic cutleries are discarded in India alone every year. That's why their founder, Narayana Peesapaty, decided to created edible utensils.
Bubble tea was first invented in Taiwan in the '80s and is recently starting to make a comeback.
Climate reportedly has a notable effect on wine, shaping the character of the wine through the grapes.
If you have ever walked past the unremarkable brick frontage at 80 Broadway close to the MIT campus, it is very unlikely that you will even have a hint of the massive activities underway in the basement. In fact, the basement of the building houses a busy laboratory packed with bioengineers, nutritionists, students, and farmers engrossed in testing major ideas related to the future of food.
It seems some vegetables are almost immune to clingy viruses that a simple rinse or two would be sufficient to remove them. This characteristic makes them less likely to be contaminated, a fact that could be used in the fight against foodborne illnesses.
Dark chocolate has been shown to have some effect on reducing high blood pressure, according to new research.
Some celebrities have been spreading the gospel of vegetarianism for some time. Now, they have scientific evidence on their side.
What if a person can use 100 percent of the brain's full potential? Can the world finally see the first breed of superhumans? Recently, a smart drug is being sold commercially and is dubbed as the "Vigra of the brain" because research says that it can unlock more than 10 percent of the brains capabilities
March 20 marked the special day of a new sweet tooth couple in town
A new study suggests that the results recorded and displayed by the fitness devices may not be as truthful, compared to manual calorie counting and other methods.
In A study conducted by Emma Boyland, The American Council of Science and Health said about 43 percent of the respondents in their study said, they can never be persuaded to buy frozen food again. With more modern technology aiming to further prolong the shelf life of fruits and vegetables, more people are asking, are frozen foods good for you?
In a pioneering move, two Austrian entrepreneurs, Katharina Unger, 25, and Julia Kaisinger, 28, have developed a novel device that helps to breed protein-rich mealworms in the comforts of one's home and subsequently eat them.
Chemical lab at Iggesund, Sweden, used chocolate to analyze packaging materials.
Is there any difference between animal and plant proteins? They’re called “proteins,” after all, right? Wrong. Find out why there’s a need to understand animal and plant proteins as they enter our body through the food we eat.
Throwing out food: Attitudes to food waste in Russia
5 Foods That Will Help Detoxing From Alcohol
Disease-resistant apples perform better than old favorites
New tool could help maintain quality during cheese production