Whether its Brussels sprouts or black coffee, odds are you simply haven’t given it enough of a chance. “Most adults who drink their coffee still find it bitter,” says science writer Bob Holmes, in this episode of Food Bubble with Andrew Campbell, adding it’s a “horrible, horrible drink” but over time, we learn to enjoy it… Read More

Whether you plan it out weeks in advance, or take a gander at the contents of the fridge twenty minutes before go-time, deciding what to eat can be an exhausting endeavour, especially where more than one palate is involved. “A study in the U.S. found the average person spends 132 hours every year just deciding… Read More

It need only take one word to find its way onto product labels, spark mass debate, and inspire the creation of entire organizations. Take, for example, the word ‘sustainable.’ It’s appearing on food labels everywhere, and everyone seems to have their take on it. We’ve heard consumers’ thoughts on the matter, but what about people… Read More

Though it could boast the earliest mention of wine grape cultivation in Canada (we’re talking the 1600s), Nova Scotia has only recently become renowned for its picturesque vineyards and world-class wines. So how does a region make such a dramatic leap into a niche market, and actually succeed? That’s the question Fresh Air Media’s inaugural… Read More