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What’s the first thing that pops into your mind when you think about food waste? If the first word was “opportunity” then you’re on the right track! We can all agree that food waste
Time, migrations, history, and a variety of other factors can bring plants and animals from one area to another, resulting in the transplant of non-native species. Sometime intentional, sometimes accidental, the introduction of non-native
Article 1: The Cultural Importance of Kabayaki and It’s Recent Decline A Japanese Delicacy On a specific summer day each year, the Japanese people ward off the notorious heat by eating unagi or eel.
If you walk into your local fish market, you’ll likely find a variety of seafood in the form of carefully arranged fish fillets. However, you usually won’t see all the offcuts, even delicacies, that
Go for a dive anywhere in the tropical Atlantic and chances are you may see a fierce looking white and red striped fish with a “mane” of spikes running down its spine. Beautiful and

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