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How to feed 3 boys healthy, handmade foods? Do it yourself!

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3D Candy Printing: An Interview with Designer Marcelo Coelho

3D food printing is hitting the headlines—but how does it actually work, and what does it mean for our everyday lives?

Three-dimensional printers are getting a lot of hype at the moment. In February, MakerBot Industries started shipping its Thing-o-Matic desktop 3D printer, which, at just $1,225, "democratizes" 3D printing, allowing you to "live in the cutting-edge personal manufacturing future of tomorrow!" The same month, the typically restrained Economist headlined a story "Print me a Stradivarius: How a New Manufacturing Technology Will Change the World." Business Insider even called it "The Next Trillion Dollar Industry."

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Your Nuts Are Making California a Squalid "Bee Bordello"

How our appetite for industrial-farmed almonds creates an orgy of sickly, exhausted bees. And why that's a really bad thing

In February and early March, millions of bees make a forced nighttime migration to California’s Central Valley, where they gorge themselves on nectar and spread the sexual dust of almond blossoms between trees. It’s necessary for the lucrative almond crop. And bees from all over—from Maine and Florida—converge in one place for the first big orgiastic feast of the season. Michael Pollan dubbed it a “bee bordello.” When sick or exhausted bees travel they accelerate the risk of spreading mites and viruses like apiary STDs in the stressful, epidemiological risky squalor of large-scale farming.

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