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NASA Thinks Potatoes Can Legitimately Grow on Mars
Researchers are planting 65 “resilient” spuds in Earth’s harshest desert conditions.
NASA Is Spending $200,000 to See If Poop Can Be Turned Into Food
Who’ll draw the short straw on taste-testing this?
An Astronaut Finally Ate Space Lettuce and He’s Totally Fine
Easily the most groundbreaking greens-related news of this generation.
NASA Is Running Farm-to-Table Lettuce Experiments in Space
They want to make space lettuce “a palatable, nutritious, and safe source of fresh food.”
Moon Pesto Was Faked
NASA Will Grow Basil and Turnips on the Moon
First comes moon pesto, then come the people.
Future of Food
NASA Funding 3-D Printed Pizza Made From Bugs
We’ve come a long way since astronaut ice cream.
Mars Lands on Oreos
The Curiosity Rover inspires a crimson cookie.
Mars Mission’s Menus Will Be Meatless
Mars needs meat.
The James Weird Awards
The James Weird Awards: Ketchup-Covered Bananas, an Armless Hot Dog Man, and
Plus: Toxic bathrooms, a hungry burglar, and more in our weekly roundup of weird food news.
Ruth Reichl Speaks Out on Farm Labor; Who Is Protecting Our Food Supply?
The author pinpoints the next big topic in food politics.
: Too Many Space Metaphors, Not Enough Mussels
The chefs hang out with Buzz Aldrin as the finalists are chosen.