THE KNIFE & FORK will be a group open to a broad range of food-related topics. You do not have to be a food snob, an epicure, or a bon vivant to join, participate, or enjoy this group. You just have to have the desire to share and explore old and new information on food and dining.
Discussion topics, articles, and questions can include, but are not limited to:
Food history and legend
Ingredient recognition, selection, storage, and preparation
Your favorite recipes, methods, and tips and tricks
Your favorite wines, beers, liquors, or cocktail recipes
Health & nutrition information for adults or children
Food allergy information, warnings, and replacements
Organic foods and pesticide information
Sanitation and food safety / preparation
Product labeling and government regulation
Food and product recalls
Culinary and dining etiquette, rituals, and customs
Documentaries, books, cookbooks, and television shows
Bizarre or unusual foods and customs from around the world
Vitamins & supplements (with which you have direct experience)
Diet information (with which you have direct experience)
Agricultural or farming practices related to food quality or availability*
*For this item, please see Borderline Discussion Posts below.
Borderline Discussion Posts It is inevitable that there will be some crossover in topics and issues related to food production and consumption. I am not forbidding these topics outright, but there may be a better venue for them. Use your best judgment and post the topic in the group that best fits the focus of the discussion. Please do not cross post the same discussion twice in different groups, as it is against Atheist Nexus policy to do so.
If you are interested in food and gardening, it makes more sense to join Godless in the Garden and post your discussions there.
If you are interested in how agriculture and modern farming affect the environment, please join Environmental Atheists.
If you are interested in socio-economic justice, family farms, and fair trade practices, please consider Consumer Ethics instead.
If animal welfare as it relates to food production and consumption is your thing, please join us in Humane Atheists.