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  • Casu Marzu: The world’s most dangerous cheese

    By on Jan. 31, 2018

    Created somewhere in Sardinia, Casu Marzu is a “rotten” cheese with fly larvae that became the “world’s most dangerous cheese” in the 2000s. Producing and commercialising the cheese in the EU is strictly prohibited, which led the entire continent to forget about its existence. Well, everyone except a village of die-hard Sardinians who refuse to see their ancestral cheese disappear. 

  • Yves-Marie Le Bourdonnec: A meaty revenge

    By on Jan. 24, 2018

    All around Europe, meat is getting butchered. Whether it’s for environmental reasons or inhumane slaughterhouses, one question remains: will vegans get the last word? We’re not so sure, since France’s butchers are digging their heels in. Let’s start with Yves-Marie Le Bourdonnec, who intends on “putting the cows back in the fields” with his famous “I love bidoche” movement.

  • Florian Nock: The insect lover who's biting bedbugs back 

    They are in his library, his fridge and tattooed all over his forearms. Insects are an integral part of Florian’s life. In the near future, you may even find them on your plate. The 30-year-old Parisian works at a small company whose employees have dedicated their lives to producing and selling crunchy insect appetizers. Five years into this love affair, Florian won't quit.