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Supermarkets Are The Problem
Feb. 24, 2015
Most people do not recognize the risks they face from marketing strategies that promote decision fatigue and impulse buying.
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The Elusive History of New Orleans Russian Cake
Feb. 16, 2015
This week, as the Crescent City descends into Carnival madness, we're bringing you the history of the King Cake's delicious and mysterious cousin.
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Stories

Ronnie Vinikoff for Forestry Management
When you eat barbecue at a restaurant fueled by Ronnie Vinikoff’s wood, you're not only tasting flavors from a Texas forest, you’re also helping to…
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Fox Squirrel Farms
Jason and Sarah Smith never dreamed they’d be farmers. They now own 13 acres of land where they grow vegetables and cut flowers and are diving into livestock…
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Four Corners
Intentional communities, draft horses, farmstead cheese – it all sounds a little bit Vermont. That’s because it is! This week we visit Cobb Hill, a co-housing…
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