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Americas: Crackly crust is essential to a baguette’s aroma, researchers find

A French baguette is one of those key staples that foodies hunt for. Now scientists have gained new insight into why a crisp crust...

Europe: Researchers study 100-year-old beers on aging process

Stashed away and long-forgotten, a trio of century-old bottled beers recently discovered in the Czech Republic could help scientists better understand early 20th-century brewing...

Americas: Graphene-infused packaging blocks moisture, researchers say

04Plastic packaging might seem impenetrable — and sometimes nearly impossible to remove — but water molecules can still pass through. This permeability to moisture can...

Americas: Hops could help reduce breast cancer risk, researchers say

Hops, the flower cones used in beer-making, are also found in dietary supplements designed to help treat post-menopausal symptoms and other conditions. Scientists are...

Asia Pacific: Creating vanillin in the green way

Researchers has found a new 'greener' way to make vanillin, the primary flavor compound in vanilla, according to a study published in America Chemical...

Americas: Jackfruit seeds as viable substitutes for cocoa

Compounds found in jackfruit seeds produce many of the same aromas as processed cocoa beans and are a potentially cheap, abundant substitute for use...

Americas: Study finds red cabbage microgreens could lower ‘bad’ cholesterol

Microgreens are gaining appearance on the meal table as they help spruce up old recipes with intense flavors and colors, and are packed with...

Asia Pacific: Ginger, chili peppers could lower cancer risk

Research has suggested that capsaicin, the compound that gives chili peppers their kick, might cause cancer. Now researchers show in mouse studies that the...

Americas: Sensor that detects toxins in beer

Scientists have developed a portable sensor that can help minimize the risk contamination by mycotoxins during beer production. Their report appears in American Chemical Society's...

Europe: Researchers say insects are nutritious

Nutrients — particularly iron — provided by grasshoppers, crickets and other insects really measures up to beef, according to a study published in the...