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The Ultimate In Heirloom Wheat Arrives At Seed Vault

A few days ago, hundreds of thousands seeds from around the world arrived at an underground storage vault on a remote Arctic island. That vault holds a growing collection of seeds, from all the different kinds of crops around the world that humans grow for food.
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In 'Charlotte,' Decadent Childhood Memories

Charlotte Silver recalls her rich childhood in the new memoir, Charlotte au Chocolat. The author grew up in a famed restaurant owned by her mother — Harvard Square's Upstairs at the Pudding, which catered to famous intellectuals and celebrities.
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Kids Don't Mind If You Put Veggies In The Cake

Kids surprised researchers at Columbia University by being just as happy with some treats even if they knew they had vegetables. The cookies were another matter, though.
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Bloggers Replace Mom's Recipe Box As Source Of Food Knowledge

A new study says social media having an increasingly bigger influence over our food habits: Half of consumers use social networking sites, such as Twitter and Facebook, to learn about food. Almost as many seek out recipes on blogs and websites.
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Food Drive For Maryland's Hungry Enters 26th Year

Those looking to help the less fortunate in Maryland should have an easier time of it this week, as the 26th annual Harvest for the Hungry food drive makes it as easy as picking up a bag of groceries.

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High Levels Of Arsenic Found In Rice

Researchers at Dartmouth College recently found high levels of arsenic in rice. Particularly high amounts were found in brown rice syrup — a sugar substitute used in foods aimed at young children.
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D.C. Committee Approves Food Truck Tax

The growing food truck scene in the District has filled the stomach of many hungry residents. A bill that made it through committeewould slap the small businesses with a 10 percent sales tax that they would likely have to pass along to customers.

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