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1. Understanding the Natural Chemicals Within Magic Mushrooms Since 1968, scientists have explored the enzymatic process in magic mushrooms that produces its active chemical, psilocybin. Not until a brand new study—published in the German journal...
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P-nuff Crunch Puff Snacks
Building a brand based on the value of transparency, Dr. Juan Salinas decided to create a snack that was undeniably tasty and healthy. Made from navy beans, rice, peanuts and more, P-nuff Crunch snacks are all-natural, gluten-free and vegan. If...
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1. Non-Melting Ice Cream At the Biotherapy Development Research Center in Kanazawa, an accidental discovery has resulted in the invention of non-melting ice cream. The ingredient is a polyphenol liquid, extracted from strawberries, that "make...
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Stackable Popsicle Molds
Made from BPA-free platinum silicone, this set of four stackable popsicle molds is practical and kind to the environment. Create all kinds of flavored frozen treats (including healthier options) on your own or take tips from the accompanying recipe...
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Four Sauce Sampler Kit
Manhattan cooking school and cafe Haven's Kitchen has just released a selection of pre-made savory sauces that you can use at home. The sampler set includes four flavors—Herby Chimichurri, Peanut Lemongrass, Kale Walnut Pesto, and Red Pepper Romesco...
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1. An Elevator That Goes Every Which Way ThyssenKrupp's Multi won't be your average elevator beholden to a life of ups and downs. To debut soon in a Berlin residential tower, the Multi forgoes cables for strong magnetic levitation (the same technology...
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Organic Chocolate Banana Brittle
Barnana has come to make a name for themselves as a brand "upcycling" organic bananas that don't have the perfect look but taste perfectly fine. While minimizing food waste, they've also developed a series of delicious banana-based snacks. Our personal...
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NYC-Made West 32 Soju
by Sun Pak Step into any Korean restaurant on a weekend night and you'll find similar set-ups at every table: a green bottle of soju perched next to plates of sizzling meats (or bubbling stews) and a collection of small vegetable sides. The...
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Aloft
Located on the top floor at the end of the recently refurbished Brooke Street Pier, Aloft has floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over the River Derwent and Sullivan’s Cove. It would be understandable, then, for visitors to assume the floating restaurant...
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Farm Gate Market
Even if you're not planning to cook during a Hobart stay, a visit to Farm Gate Market is essential. When the bell rings at 8:30AM, business is open and visitors can grab a coffee and peruse the incredibly fresh and sometimes unexpected offerings. The...
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Dier Makr
Opening in late 2016, Dier Makr is another jewel in Hobart's culinary crown. With only a sandwich board and doorway announcing its presence, the entry's easy to miss but just beyond lies a charming, bright space. The restaurant focuses on natural wines...
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Jackman & McRoss
Much more than fresh bread, classic pastries and great coffee, Battery Point institution Jackman & McRoss has plenty of Tasmanian (and wider Australian) specialities on offer. This light-filled cafe has a distinctly Victorian style—with old-fashioned...
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1. Extraordinary Aurora Given a Very Ordinary Name Termed as an aurora, but technically an aurora-like feature, this phenomenon behaves differently—and has been named differently too. While most auroras ripple and fade horizontally, this one appears...
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Museum of Ice Cream, LA
by Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick From 22 April through 29 May, a warehouse space in Downtown LA's Arts District will stand as a monument to dessert: it is the temporary home of the Museum of Ice Cream. The Museum lies at the sensory intersection of sweet...
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The World is Your Burger: A Cultural History
The trusty burger has quite the storied history, which David Michaels explores in great depth through his encyclopedic tome "The World is Your Burger: A Cultural History." From the origin of the classic burger to the current iteration, it's studied...
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Sigur Rós + Lord Jones Edible Cannabis Gumdrops
Many of us have turned to the Icelandic band Sigur Rós for soothing, soaring sensations in their over two decades worth of music. Similarly, many also reach to cannabis products for that same all-encompassing calmness. Thanks to California's Lord...
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1. Scent Detectives Define the Smell of Old Books You know the sensation of pressing your nose into an antique book or walking through a historic library. But we've long struggled with the exact adjectives to describe these scents. Thankfully...
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Oil Infuser
Get extra creative in the kitchen with small-batch infused oils and butters made through this nifty appliance. Able to add flavor and impart nutrients, users can infuse with herbs, fruits and other ingredients. With precise time and temperature controls...
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