Radio Nibbles: Unsettling Food News

This week on Radio Nibbles, John Lehndorff catches us up on some disturbing food news.

He discusses a study that reported 7% of American adults believe that chocolate milk comes from chocolate cows. Microwaveable frozen molten lava ding dongs are coming to our grocery stores soon, and another study found that humans are gullible to how we name things. Things sell better with catchier names.

And the good news – Meat marinated in dark beer may result in fewer carcinogens when grilling.

All this, plus the best thing Sam Fuqua ate recently.

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John Lehndorff is the former food editor at the Daily Camera, dining critic for the Rocky Mountain News, and Chief Judge at the National Pie Championships; now back in print in the Boulder Weekly. He is also a regular contributor to Sensi magazine.

He hosts Radio Nibbles Thursdays at 8:25 a.m. on KGNU (88.5 FM & 1390 AM in Boulder, 98.7FM in Ft. Collins, 93.7FM in Nederland and streaming worldwide at kgnu.org)

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