If you're trying to get in the eating spirit, here are some A Moment of Science posts that might help!
One of the greatest innovations among the Koshima Island Monkeys was when they learned to wash their potatoes in saltwater.
Smooth, delicious gravy isn't just art; it's science!
We broke down the process of how vinegar is made, as well as discussed its different uses in the home.
The types of grapes you regularly eat can affect how you perceive artificial grape flavoring.
The current process for creating artificial vanilla flavoring impacts the environment in negative ways. Scientists are innovating ways to change that.
Mold that can form on bread is a fungus that can't be safely eaten.
Warmer ocean periods are strongly related to blooms of algae that produce an unsafe neurotoxin.
Coffee grounds might already be making your garden incredible, soon they might be cleaning your ground water.
Which species provides milk that is extremely protein rich and has three-times the caloric value of buffalo milk?
People know intellectually that fast food is bad for them, so why do they still crave it?
The phenomenon of social facilitation of eating makes people perceive food as more delicious when they have company.