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Just like the title says: comments on an article epitomizing recent, and better, research on the subject. If you're interested, go here for the entry.

P.S.: I recently changed the CSS for The Cold Table; let me know if you like it.
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In which I review a book about food history that is... most interesting. Go here for the entry.
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In which I discuss an article about an archaeological discovery concerning the Neanderthals' diet. Go here for the entry.
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Remember the 5,000-year-old corpse found in the Alps a few decades ago? We now know what his last meal was. Bacon. Bacon jerky, to be precise. I talk about an article reporting on that here.
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In which I talk about a book that gave me little satisfaction, and a scholarly article that satisfied me quite a lot. Go here for the entry.
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In which I point out a small news article about the latest Chinese archaeological find: a bowl of beef soup. Or stew. No, really, I'm serious. Go here for the entry.
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In which I share a video recipe for a food I've never heard of before: "freekeh"? No, not "freaky"; freekeh; wheat that is harvested young and roasted as part of its processing. Anyway, if that intrigues you too, go here for the entry.
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In which I describe my rather casual experiments with one of the most popular dishes of the Near East, ful medames. Go here for the entry.
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In which I briefly discuss a 3,000 kitchen calamity. No, really. Go here for the entry.
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In which I discuss someone's answer to the question: How can we obtain a sustainable supply of high-quality protein. Crickets! No, seriously, that's the answer. The post can be found here.

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