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January 11, 2017

Your Breakfast Is About to Take a Weird Turn

The next milk alternative is...milk? Dairy production gobbles up land and water resources and emits greenhouse gases in a big way. New technology might solve that problem—but it's going to be pretty bizarre at first. (Mother Jones)

Speaking of dairy: Guess where Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack wants to work next? (Mother Jones)

Don't give Trump a cookie. During the campaign, the president-elect criticized the maker of Oreos for sending jobs overseas, but he's been quiet on the issue ever since. (Bloomberg)

The tallest farm on the block. Vertical gardens make it possible to grow fruit and vegetables in the city, without sunlight or soil. (The New Yorker)

Anything but GMO. Companies want a new class of foods—including potatoes that don't turn brown—to be known as "gene edited" instead. (New York Times)


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January means chilly storms and lots of sniffles. Time for a spicy soup to crush your cold.

"This recipe's been honed over the years to be made by someone who does not want to deal with the slightest bit of fussiness: a sick person," writes Tom Philpott. Here's his recipe:

Tortilla-less Tortilla Soup for the Sick Person's Soul
(Makes about 2 quarts—enough for 4-5 large servings)

1 medium onion, chopped*
Olive oil for sautéing
1 head garlic, cloves separated and chopped fine
3-4 small hot chili peppers, chopped (fresh are best, but dried ones like chipotles and chiles de arbol work great, too. Just rehydrate them in hot water for a few minutes before chopping.)
1 tablespoon dried oregano and/or thyme*
1 28- to 32-oz. can or jar of organic whole tomatoes or tomato puree (I use home-canned tomatoes)
1 can garbanzo beans*
Sea salt

Limes—enough for half a lime for each serving
Some good but not fancy melting cheese—I use Organic Valley Sharp Cheddar—grated, about ¼ cup per bowl of soup
1 bunch of something green—preferably cilantro, but parsley works well too—chopped
Chopped red cabbage, about 1 cup*
Avocado slices*

* Optional ingredients

Put a large, heavy-bottomed pot over medium heat and coat the bottom with olive oil. Add the chopped onions (if using) and let them sauté, stirring occasionally, until they're translucent. Add the garlic and the chilis and sauté them, stirring to avoid burning, for a minute or two.

Now add the tomatoes and a good pinch of salt. If you are using whole canned tomatoes, use a wooden spoon to break them up as they cook. Add the garbanzo beans. Let the tomato mixture cook and reduce for a few minutes, stirring occasionally to avoid any sticking to the bottom and burning. Now, take the same container the tomatoes came in—whether a store-bought can or a home jar—and fill it with water. Add the water to the pot and bring it to a boil. Turn the heat to low, correct for salt, and prepare to serve.

To serve: Add grated cheese (if using) to an empty soup bowl. I know you're not supposed to eat dairy when you have a cold, but I find molten cheese in this soup enormously comforting. Ladle a good amount of hot soup into the bowl, making sure that the cheese is completely covered (this will ensure it melts). Now give it a big squeeze of lime juice. Cover the top with final garnishes—chopped greens, and if you're using them, cabbage and avocado slices.

That's all, folks! We'll be back next Wednesday with more.
Maddie and Kiera


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