Savings of $100K in one year – that’s cool!
“Only 14 per cent of food waste is recycled so WMRAS supports efforts to convert food waste to either compost or water for discharge. This is to make our living environment more sustainable because even if we incinerate food waste, it will produce ash for the Semakau landfill which will run out of space by 2035 to 2040,” said Mr Edwin Pang, executive director of WMRAS
Full Story: Hotel recycles 500kg of food waste into fertiliser within 24 hours using food-waste digester, Singapore News & Top Stories – The Straits Times
Looks like combining F&B with cinema is the direction movie theaters are headed to compete with Netflix & other streaming sites.
I have to admit – this looks pretty appealing. Do they guarantee the person behind me will keep their talking & snacking noise to a minimum? #petpeeve
We took a look at the space earlier this week and found it to be, as promised, in a similar stratosphere as other amenity-rich theaters, like Alamo Drafthouse and iPic. While there’s no in-theater food and drink ordering, there’s a curated array of concessions (Melt Ice Cream Sandwiches, Sweet & Sara Vegan Smores, Bronx Pretzel, etc.) plus a bar with craft beers, wine and cocktails and fare like salads, tacos and sliders.
Full story & more pics: New West 57th Street Landmark Movie Theater Location, With Fancy Seats And A Bar, Is Now Open: Gothamist
We all know music is powerful, but is it strong enough to change how something tastes?
A craft whiskey maker in California thinks the answer is yes.
Spirit Works Distillery in Sebastopol has been experimenting with using music to change the taste and feel of their whiskeys.
Full Story: Good vibrations: NorCal craft distiller thinks music could make better whiskey | abc13.com
Cheryl Rockwell, an assistant professor of pharmacology and toxicology in the College of Human Medicine, began studying the possible link between the synthetic food additive tert-butylhydroquinone, or tBHQ, nine years ago.
Now she has received an award from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences to continue her work. The Outstanding New Environmental Scientist, or ONES, award comes with a $1.5 million, five-year grant to support her research.
Full Story: Common additive may be why you have food allergies – Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News
As the wife of a heart-attack survivor, I’m always trying to keep up with what the most recent science is regarding nutrition. Suffice it to say, this is not easy as there are a million different opinions out there and most of them can cite this study or that personal experience as proof. I try to stay pretty mainstream with what I follow, but it’s scary to wonder if you are doing the right thing or not.
However, that being said, most of what appears in this article regarding these ten foods seems to be pretty much agreed upon across the board.
If heart disease runs in your family, please stay on top of info like this. It’s so important to watch what we consume and I personally think most of us often eat mindlessly and really don’t give enough credence to the effect simple nutrition has on our bodies. My main advice that I now follow: EAT REAL FOOD I try to avoid any and all processed or convenience food. But read this article & others like it for yourself, and please – treat your bodies well. 🙂
The top 10 foods listed in this article are:
- Fast-food burgers
- Processed and cured meats
- Deep-fried foods
- Soft drinks and sugar-sweetened juices
- Sugary cereals
- Cookies and pastries
- Meat-lovers pizza
- Diet soda
But please, read the article & get the details – it’s not quite as cut-and-dry as listing the ten, you need to understand the nuances behind each one.
Full article from Time Magazine: The 10 Worst Foods For Your Heart
The experiential food movement is growing and so is the burgeoning interest in sustained travel. There are several ways to get more memorable meals onto your plate and into your itinerary.
Source: 4 Ways to Incorporate Great Food into Greater Travel