As millions of Americans hunker down at home, the coronavirus outbreak has led to runs on everything from toilet paper to baker's yeast. Now people are reporting another shortage: seeds to start their "pandemic gardens."
Pork processor Smithfield Foods' decision to shut down a major U.S. plant after a coronavirus outbreak among workers is putting a spotlight on the food supply chain during the pandemic.
Frank and Francisco's used to be my favorite breakfast joint in Tucson, especially on Tuesday's, when the $4.50 special was two eggs, two sausage patties or bacon, a big serving of fried potatoes, and either a muffin, biscuit or toast. It and ot
The trade war has battered US farmers over the last several years only now to be sucker-punched by COVID-19, which has transformed how Americans eat, resulting in massive food gluts across the country, reports The Wall Street Journal.
Crops rotting in fields. Dairy farmers incentivized to quit for good. Beef/pork processors shutting down. All by design. Spread the word and make sure everyone starts growing food, no matter how small scale -- every bit helps.
Are seeds now "Non-Essential" in some states? Why are some farmers being told not to grow. Some farmers have tons of rotting food now and are refusing to grow more this summer. I also share my thoughts about the coming coming food shortage and what t
An internet chef has improved on the tried and tested method of chopping vegetables in a hilarious video.
The '9 Meal Countdown To Anarchy' Has Begun For Many Americans As 'Coronavirus Chaos' Crashes The System
What are hungry Americans going to do when the food banks don't have any more food for them?
The economic dislocation caused by the coronavirus has caused shortages of some consumer staples and crashing demand for others.
What can the average person do to prevent their wealth being erased? These are the questions that Mike Maloney tackles in today's update, you may be surprised by some of the data and evidence that he provides for his case.
A thrifty food blogger has shared how to butter from scratch, as people struggle to get their hands on essentials after coronavirus panic buying left supermarket shelves bare.
In case you didn't know, scientific research published in the journal PLoS Pathogens back in 2010 found that ionic zinc is a powerful inhibitor of coronavirus, preventing its replication and spread.
All across America, store shelves are emptying and people are becoming increasingly frustrated because they can't get their hands on needed supplies. Most Americans are blaming "hoarders" for the current mess, but it is actually much more comp
There's a tipping point beyond which it's pointless to try to teach people to embrace a preparedness mindset. And that tipping point has already passed.
In the past week, I have seen more ignorance, unwarranted bravado, more stupidity and more cognitive dissonance than I have ever seen in the 17 years that I have been covering the nefarious activities of those who want to kill you, or will turn you i
What you don't know IS hurting you… and I don't just mean weight problems. I mean chronic disease. I mean a whole generation dying younger than their parents for the first time in modern history.(1
TED Fellow and urban designer Mitchell Joachim presents his vision for sustainable, organic architecture: eco-friendly abodes grown from plants and -- wait for it -- meat.
If you like spicy foods, then you're probably aware of the claimed anti-inflammatory qualities of turmeric. Scientists have now developed what they say is a more effective way of biologically delivering turmeric's active compound, curcumin.
The foods that you eat have a huge impact on your health. While some can serve as natural remedies, others can be the cause of a disease. For instance, processed foods, which are laden with added sugar, unhealthy fats and simple carbs, are linked to
When the subject of carbon nanotubes is brought up, most people probably won't think of something that can be cooked up in a kitchen.
Food choices can fight or promote inflammation. And although reaching for a pill may help quell a headache or arthritic flare-up, they won't do the job in preventing heart disease, type-2 diabetes, or future flare-ups.
Growing food is a fascinating and complex endeavor fraught with failure and surprise. Learn to enjoy and cook with the food that thrives where you live.
A study finds that people today who eat and exercise the same amount as people 20 years ago are still fatter.
Supermarket shelves are starting to be stripped bare as Americans prepare for the spread of coronavirus by stockpiling on medications and non-perishable items across the country.
If you don't have an emergency food supply waiting in your pantry, here's how to stock up quickly when time is short.
Burger King is the latest fast food brand trying to distract from its role in growing our waistlines, by virtue-signaling about what's not in its food. But all the misdirection in the world can't spare it a nutritional reckoning.
The number of lawsuits against the manufacturers of Roundup weed killer, Monsanto and Bayer, has ballooned to 85,000 after the companies lost three cases that led to enormous settlement awards. Bayer purchased Monsanto in 2018 for $63-billion, and it
Food As a Weapon
Josh Sigurdson talks with Chris Miller of Koios Beverage Corp about the massive move towards health conscious alternatives to everyday foods and drinks.