The Mr. Coffee Iced Coffee Maker Is on Sale for $25 at Amazon


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There’s nothing quite like sipping refreshing iced coffee on hot summer days. But if you often buy it from coffee shops, it can quickly get expensive. That’s why tons of Amazon shoppers recommend the Mr. Coffee Iced Coffee Maker for brewing “perfect iced coffee every time” at home. And right now, you can get the iced coffee maker on sale for just $25 at Amazon. 

In under four minutes, this machine turns water

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The Legacy of a Civil Rights Icon’s Vegetarian Cookbook


Adrian Miller, the author of Black Smoke: African Americans and the United States of Barbecue, remembers how for his family, holidays like Juneteenth always meant celebrating with food. “We went to the public celebrations in the Five Points neighborhood, Denver’s historic Black neighborhood. At those events, the celebrated foods were barbecue, usually pork spareribs, giant smoked turkey legs, watermelon, and red-colored drinks.”

To many Black Americans, barbecue and soul food mean victory. Cooking techniques passed down for generations speak to the fortitude and perseverance of Black culture and cuisine. But along with celebration comes the consideration of the health

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Trending: Could Food Waste Be the Future of Fashion?


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Image: Luca Distefano/Orange Fiber

A recent study analyzes agricultural waste streams in Asia and charts a roadmap for establishing alternative textile value streams at scale; while Lenzing puts this into practice with a lyocell fiber made from orange pulp and wood

Ag waste-based textiles a sustainable fashion solution poised for growth

A farmer gathers rice straw | Image credit: DoDo Phanthamaly/Pexels

As the circular apparel market is projected to reach $77

in the next five years and new circular textile
seem to pop up weekly, a recent study

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Coffee Leaf Rust Detected on All Major Islands


A serious coffee plant fungus is now on every major island in Hawaiʻi and agricultural officials are reassessing their restrictions of coffee plant movements.

The state Department of Agriculture confirmed it detected coffee leaf rust on Kauaʻi and Molokaʻi last month. Officials confirmed a report from a grower in Kilauea last month and believe it’s been on Kauaʻi for at least six months.

The pathogen was also found in a field of wild coffee plants in Kaunakakai in June and has spread on the east side of Molokaʻi.

Coffee leaf rust was first detected on Maui and Hawaiʻi Island in

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