Your Sushi is Not What You Think It Is

I know some of you hate it when Wesleying becomes an outlet for the New York Times, but this one is particularly interesting for two reasons. It shows that science is not a scary endeavor to be held on a pedestal, as many of us liberal-artsy students seem to believe, and it is also relevant because we (Wesleyan, college students, whatever) eat a lot of sushi.

Turns out that we are not always eating what we think, or what we are paying for.

NY Times: Fish Tale Has DNA Hook – Students Find Bad Labels

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