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He Died 5,300 Years Ago — And Now We Know His Last Meal
He's the oldest preserved human ever found, and now scientists have extracted the food from his stomach.
Boy Calls 9-1-1 On His Parents For Making Him Eat A Salad
One 12-year-old boy in Canada didn't like the salad his parents gave him, so he called the cops about it — twice.
Karl Denke Not Only Ate His Victims, He Sold Them As “Pork” To Unwitting Customers
Karl Denke was an upstanding member of his community – until they realized he was turning humans into pickled pork, belts, and suspenders.
Why Gambling Led John Montagu To Invent The Sandwich
As a serious gambler, he wanted a “food of convenience” that wouldn't disrupt his card game.
Meet Mao Sugiyama, The Artist Who Made A Meal Of His Genitals
Five people paid $250 a plate for artist Mao Sugiyama's genitals. Unfortunately, the food and legal repercussions made the banquet less than a success.
Deeply Flawed Humans Tout Cockroach Milk As The Next Superfood Trend
Cockroach milk is packed with essential amino acids and sugars that fuel energy.
Contrary To Popular Belief, Seafood May Be The Key To Human Fertility And Healthy Babies
Believe it or not, seafood and pregnancy might just go hand in hand.
This Hall Of Fame Wrestler Started The Most Famous Japanese Restaurant In The World
Who knew Benihana was the product of a samurai ancestor, and a restaurant-savvy father?
Eating Kids As A Solution To Food Shortages: Why One Famous Writer Once Proposed It
After several attempts to instigate policies with parliament, Irish writer Jonathan Swift channeled his ire into A Modest Proposal, a satirical pamphlet that posited child-eating as the only viable solution to the country's famine.
If Caviar Freaks You Out, We Don’t Suggest Trying Shirako – Japan’s Fish Sperm Delicacy
Shirako, which translates to "white children" in Japanese, is the raw or cooked sperm of the cod fish.
Brewers Use Yeast Found In 220-Year-Old Shipwreck To Create “World’s Oldest Beer”
The beer is made from yeast that's at least 220 years old, found in a shipwreck at the bottom of the ocean.