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Of Turkey Tails, Samoans, and how Culture Imbues Food
Our bodies and what we eat don’t exist in a social vacuum, Big Food knows this only too well More than one livestock producer has told me that current food policy “maximizes assholes per acre.” I appreciate this off-color phrase as it emphasizes what ... read more
Is Samoa's Obesity Epidemic A Harbinger For Other Developing Nations?
like turkey tails, also flooded in. It was more meat than Samoans were used to consuming.] We hear about the same sort of thing happening in countries like India and Brazil, where economic changes and global trade have brought in unhealthy food. read more
Taro Leaves and Turkey Tails at Katalina's Island Grill
Specifically, I needed to eat at Katalina's Island Grill ... food you'd find if you traveled to Tonga, Fiji, or Samoa. In the words of several enthusiastic online reviewers, this is "the real deal." Here in the Bay Area, our popular image of Tongan culture ... read more
Samoa: Small Nation, Big Story
With 35,000 hectares of organic land (over 10 percent of it's entire geography), Samoa is on the move. However it is fair to say that Samoan cuisine has not had a clear path. Its original food culture was ... lamb flaps, turkey tails, and chicken backs ... read more
Obesity prevention in the South Pacific
As such, there were not many efforts to try to control what food was available to the islanders ... face of global trade rules – just last month, the Samoan government dropped its ban on turkey tails as a precursor to being allowed finally to join ... read more
Uncle Spam Wants You
The 11th annual Waikiki SPAM Jam, described as a “cultural tradition,” takes place this Saturday! There will be free food, entertainment ... In 2000, Fiji banned mutton flaps. In 2007, Samoa banned turkey tails. Pause on this: a nation banned turkey ... read more
Fatty diet wreaks havoc in islands
Pacific health experts are calling for a quota on the amount of fatty food - particularly ... mutton flaps and turkey tails, in the past. But World Trade Organisation (WTO) policies had prevented them going through with those bans. "Samoa banned turkey ... read more
Close Your Eyes. Hold Your Nose. It's Dinner Time.
Squeamishness depends on cultural background ... sustain the food supply and are often cheap, nutritious and tasty. He has collected recipes for foods that are actually eaten, somewhere in the world, including Samoan baked bat, Turkish lamb tongues ... read more
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