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gettin emotional about food

TW: eating disorder behaviors, facts, and trauma

Headline after headline, a few editors in chiefs later, and the onboarding of a few token people of color, and food media has overcome its battle against exclusivity! Right?

If only it was that easy. With conversations of inclusivity mounting in food media spaces over the past year or so, I see steps being made in the right direction towards inclusive food reporting. However, I have seen few to no articles discussing food and eating disorders in my favorite food publications. As I scroll through article after article discussing how food can contribute…

I’m having a bit of a dilemma. And as you can tell by the title of this article, it’s my internal conflict with Cauliflower Crust. Now I would like to preface that this is not a critique of Cauliflower Crust, nor is this meant to offend the creators and supporters of the vegetal dough. I actually think the invention is genius. This is simply a dilemma, and hopefully, someone out here in the Internet world will help me figure it out.

Let’s start with why Cauliflower Crust could be considered a trusted confidant. Say you’re out at a restaurant and…

the slice

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