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Hotel Herman turns cucumber skins into delicious dust. Photo by Dominiq Goyet

While the term “vegan butcher” may evoke exaggerated eye-rolls, another, similar term recently made the rounds at the UK’s Oxford Food Symposium: vegetable offal.

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Marriage? Who Needs It (Apparently Not You)

Why young people have untied the knot

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Three years into a relationship, writer Jen Kim wanted to get married. Her partner, who was working at a San Francisco startup, said he didn't want to “rush” anything—the conversation ended in tears.

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Would You Like Some Money, Just For Being A Person?

Guaranteed basic income is now being considered in over a dozen countries

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If, over your lifetime, you might: A) go to college, B) have a baby, C) get sick or D) be old, there’s a growing movement you’ll want to pay attention to: Universal basic income, or the idea every person in a society is entitled to a baseline income, simply for being a person.

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Why Ugly Apples Taste Yummier—And May Be Better For You

Forget “perfect” – blemished apples taste 5% sweeter, says one cider maker

Time to end the produce beauty pageant.

Do you overlook scarred, pockmarked fruits and veggies while hunting for perfect produce? If so, you’re not alone, but new research suggests you might want to rethink your shopping strategy.

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