My older daughter and her colleagues, as well as I, vote for "bad idea".
Food and Drink
I didn't really need to know that exactly why Doritos are tasty, but I still found it interesting.
"Experts are hailing this exotic fruit that tastes like pulled pork as a 'miracle' crop, which could save millions from starvation"
As much as you probably want to now about jackfruit.
I haven't been to any of these, but I love a good buffet, so I'd like to try 'em.
If instead of going to Mickey D's you'd rather do it yourself.
File this under hashtag First World Problems.
You just knew this was coming:
That’s it, folks. There’s nothing left to eat. With news this week that salad may be hazardous to your health, it’s clear we all need to stop eating altogether.
Let’s face it, food is a killer. . . .
Despite all the schizophrenic diet advice consumers hear on a daily basis, one thing has remained consistent: vegetables are good for you. But no more. Now, salad’s a killer. According to a new “study” (produced by researcher who must have looked around and said, “There’s nothing left to demonize! How will I make a name for myself?”), salad is making you feel anxious, depressed, and unable to fall asleep, among other disturbing outcomes.
Probably more useful for suggesting ones to avoid rather than ones to prefer.
A whole lot of pork. And where da chicken at?
If you drink bottled water like I do you might find this interesting.
I can quibble with this: "The logic’s controversial: Pure water measures a 7, after all, and the body might well maintain a proper pH balance regardless of what you consume." The pH of the blood is very tightly regulated, but--at least if my kidney stone doctor is correct--what you consume can and usually will affect the pH of your urine, which can be important in dealing with stones.