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Brian Halweil
Contributing editor Edible. Sag Harbor-NYC-Memphis. Seeking on-farm tips 🌻🤖🥢
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Kat Kinsman Jan 14
Some personal news! Today I'm joining the team as senior editor for print and digital. I'll be working on features, with chefs, and on a brand new podcast and I'm completely gobsmacked.
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Edible Indy Jan 10
Yes! All we need is love and innovation. Thanks for the post!
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Brian Halweil Jan 11
A road map to feed the world and cut emissions by 2050. Good analysis of global food paths.
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Brian Halweil Jan 11
Replying to @ariellauren
With or without CBD?
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Terry Griffin Nov 5
Wrote something. On cleaning yield monitor data. Actually, on why I offer workshops on cleaning yield monitor data.
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The Mixing Bowl Nov 11
How small robots may kill the tractor and make farming efficient
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Mike Larson Jan 8
Bingo! "While there’s no doubt a sober message here for Silicon Valley optimists, there’s also one for markets at large. This might be a turning point not too dissimilar to past real estate bubbles."
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Mike Larson Jan 8
So much material here 👇about the & saga that mirrors what I read/saw/heard during the Dot-Com days. If you aren't concerned (& prepping for a sizable shift in tech valuations, funding conditions, appetite, etc.) you should be ...
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Danielle Nierenberg Jan 8
"Nutritious food needn’t cost the earth. Chia seed smoothies are an expensive luxury; basic nourishment – carrots, lentils, potatoes – is cheap as chips."
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Ariel Lauren Wilson Jan 8
CRISPR might soon create spicy tomatoes by switching on their chili genes via
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Brian Halweil Jan 8
Paging . 🍅 + 🌶 = 🧪
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Food Tank Jan 5
“I knew there was a huge appetite for these stories, stories about where your food comes from, how it’s produced, the impact of it. There’s a readership for that,” says , . From 's latest "Food Talk" podcast:
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Danielle Nierenberg Jan 7
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José Andrés Jan 7
I will say again to visit the shelters in Tijuana and you will talk to the people and see they are not the enemy of America. They are mothers and fathers trying to feed their children. We don’t have a National Emergency. you should resign...
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danielle gould Jan 7
Proud to launch this series. 75% of the world’s food comes from 12 plants and 5 animal species. This is bad for the planet AND our taste buds. The future of food is biodiverse!
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Chris Dixon Jan 7
I wrote an op-ed for Wired on how blockchains and cryptocurrencies can return the internet to its community-governed roots
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Kimbal Musk Jan 7
Our community asked. We listened. We launched our Zero Proof Cocktail series to give everyone a mixed drink, sans booze, they will love without the apologies. It’s a huge hit during Dry January. And, of course you can add liquor. 📸 🍓🍋🌿
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Danielle Nierenberg Jan 7
Few Americans think much about where their food comes from, let alone the dirt it grows in. But in the US Midwest and Plains some farmers are looking to the soil to improve their crops and protect the environment.
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Brian Halweil Jan 7
Couldn't sleep last night. Watched by myself. Still feeling the residue of alt realties, acid flashbacks and choose-your-own adventure creepiness. And I learned once and for all never watch BlackMirror by yourself.
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Brian Halweil Jan 5
“Gottlieb said it’s still illegal to introduce CBD or THC into food products intended for interstate commerce or to market CBD or THC products in dietary supplements without FDA approval.”
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