Ari LeVaux

Ari LeVaux

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There are many reasons to pay the extra dime for chickens that have lived some semblance of a life. But paradoxically, the more naturally a bird is raised, the tougher the meat. Here's how to prepare the happy chicken from your backyard or farmers market.

Ari LeVaux
Mar 21, 2013

There's nothing like a bit of wine in the backcountry. But packing a bottle poses many problems. Get around all of them by embracing the Bladder in Box technology.

Ari LeVaux
Mar 21, 2013

With 13.7 million Americans participating every year, hunting is making a big comeback. Here are some great recipes for your latest take.

Ari LeVaux
Mar 21, 2013

Breakfast, we’re told, is essential—a part of a healthy lifestyle that’s about as negotiable as breathing. Martin Berkhan, a Swedish personal trainer and blogger, not only skips breakfast but lunch as well. And he’s more ripped than you are.

Ari LeVaux
Mar 15, 2013

Ari LeVaux drops in on the Ancestral Health Symposium, a gathering point for a group of academics, bloggers, booksellers, crusaders, and more who all have something to say—or sell—about evolutionary health

Ari LeVaux
Mar 13, 2013

AquaBounty salmon, the unreported disaster at a Panama grow-out facility, and the Georgian libertarian who took control of the fish farm and may soon move it outside the watch of the Food & Drug Administration. Meet what could soon be the first GE animal allowed for human consumption.

Ari LeVaux
Jun 6, 2012

With a new ban on Caspian sturgeon eggs, caviar fans turn their eyes to the Rockies

Ari LeVaux
May 1, 2006