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Collage of beer, cheese, pretzel, pickle, kimchi

New Fermentation Major to Support Maryland Craft Beverage, Food Industries

Students Will Explore Science Behind Ancient Method of Food Preservation

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It’s All Good

How Terps Cooked Up Food Recovery Network 10 Years Ago and Grew It Into a Nationwide Hunger- and Waste-Fighting Force

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food waste

$6M in Grants Support Work to Create Biofuels, Bioplastics From Food Waste

UMD Researcher Seeks to Reduce Reliance on Fossil Fuels, Landfills

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What You Need to Know in Fall 2021: Dining Services

In-Person, Anytime Dining Returns With New Chef-Driven Dishes

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A Cooler Way to Help the Hungry

New, Expanded Campus Pantry Opens With Fridge, Freezer and Demo Kitchen

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Camella and mom in a greenhouse

A Mom-Motivated Business, From the Caribbean to Maryland

Inspired by Gran, Alum and Her Mother Create Island-Influenced Sauces, Spices and Sweets

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‘Cicada-licous’ Cooking

Alum’s 17-Year-Old Recipe Collection Offers Insect-Infused—and Protein-Packed—Ideas for Brood X Emergence

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Pines meets Testudo during Pines on Parade

The Latest Scoop

Ice Cream Named for Pines Becomes Newest Maryland Dairy Flavor to Honor a Terp

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Cookbook with guacamole ingredients

A Terp Culinary Tour

Alumni Association Cookbook Flavored By Maryland Grads

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Plate illustration: vary your vegetables, focus on whole fruits, make half your grains whole grains, rotate your protein routine, move to low-fat or fat-free dairy milk or yogurt (or lactose-free dairy or fortified soy versions), choose foods and beverages with less added sugars, saturated fat and sodium

How to Bite Off What You Can Chew Using New Dietary Guidelines

Don’t Be Intimidated, Beware of Sandwiches and Limit the Alcohol, UMD Expert Says

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From A La Carte to Mocha Turtle Tarts

How Dining Services Dished Out Fall 2020

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Dylan Kough '11 outside his restaurant in Alexandria.

Gobble, Gobble to Go

Smoked Turkeys, Community Support Pull Alum’s Growing Barbecue Business Through a Tough 2020

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