Dietary Supplements: Cookies on Strings with a Horse Semen Chaser Dietary Supplements: Cookies on Strings with a Horse Semen Chaser
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Dietary Supplements: Cookies on Strings with a Horse Semen Chaser

by Nicola Twilley

February 20, 2011

A growing number of colleges are banning trays in cafeterias. Without them, students waste 38 percent less food.

Artery walls inflamed after a fast-food breakfast? Blame the orange juice, not the sausage.

The world's longest taco, made using sustainably fished cod. Wait, is that an oxymoron?

Growing up, his dream was to open Vietnam's first McDonald's. When that proved too difficult, Ly Qui Trung founded his own franchise, Pho 24, and now it's expanding to the United States.

A new San Francisco start up is selling cookies out of its second-floor apartment window, using an adorable string pulley system.

You've read about the gym that charges you for not exercising. What about the bank account that gives you a special interest rates if you lose more than 5 percent of your body weight?

How and why we domesticate animals. In short, it's much more complex than just something humans did intentionally to animals.

In just 50 years, Hudson River fish have evolved a new gene variant that makes them resistant to PCBs.

A New Zealand food festival will feature horse semen shots. "The idea is you'll have as much zizz as a stallion for a week afterwards," say organizers.

And finally, today's illustration (by Johanna Kindvall of Kokblog) is a homework reminder: You have until March 1 to submit your own redesign of the recipe format, with winners to be chosen by Jessica Helfand and Wylie Dufresne.

Dietary Supplements is a daily roundup of what we're reading at GOOD Food HQ. Enjoy!

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Dietary Supplements: Cookies on Strings with a Horse Semen Chaser