We reached out to our friend Paddy O and the crew at Brew Dr. Kombucha to answer all of our questions on the increasingly-popular drink.
Freeze your brain and melt your inhibitions with one of these delicious frozen-drink recipes for adults
Kombucha has come a long way in the past decade. If you can’t remember the last time you had some, you’re in for a pleasant surprise
When you’re on the trail, fresh isn’t necessarily best
With a little planning and the right gear, it’s easier than ever to whip up tasty meals in the outdoors
Throwing a barbecue? Don't forget these five rules of entertaining.
You can get by with a kitchen spatula and seasoning salt. Or you can run a better barbecue.
Gluten-free? Vegan? Paleo? There's a snack for that.
From chilaquiles to French toast, even a coffee-shop-quality latte, here's how to rise and really shine in the backcountry kitchen
A warmer, drier future is coming for our hops. Luckily, these folks have developed a nice little workaround, thanks to a gene-editing tool that could help create a hop-free beer.
Forget Tim Ferris. For peak productivity, just down a few cups of these extra-strength brews.
Here's what to drink once you've made it to the top
Hydro Flask’s new soft-sided cooler tote and cooler pack let you go places you’ve never been
Pro tip: bring plastic baggies and a Nalgene
If you're not a fan of the dehydrated food from stores, here's how you can make your own.
After he died, Harrison's friends, family, and fishing buddies gathered to send him off the only way they knew how—by having one gigantic meal
Homemade plant-based meat innovations are getting billed as satisfying, even to dedicated meat lovers
If this isn't already a staple of your camping kit, it should be.
Brewing a cup of coffee is imperative to start your day in the great outdoors.
If you've ever wondered why one sour costs $4 and another costs $12, read on. (Spoiler: One may be an impostor.)
It's nature's perfect post-workout meal, and don't let anyone tell you otherwise
Vermont was doing craft everything way before the rest of us, which makes Burlington—and the surrounding area—a gourmand's paradise
The backcountry is better with booze
Give your friends something they can really sink their teeth into this holiday
How the ultrarunner chows down in his hometown
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