Copyrighting Food


Mon, Sep 21st, 2009 14:21 by capnasty NEWS

Last year, the country of Lebanon was trying to claim that it owns hummus and other middle eastern foods, such as falafel, tabouleh and baba gannouj, and that no other country could produce them. It seems that other parts of the world are seeing the same sort of thing, as Malaysia is trying to declare that it owns popular Malaysian dishes, like nasi lemak.



You may also be interested in:

How To Make the Manliest Salad
Canada is Racist for Selling Edibile Seal Products to the Chinese
Wood Pulp: One of McDonald's Main Food Ingredients
An Edible Silk Sensors That Tells You if Food is Consumable or Has Gone Bad
Battle of the 99 cents Pizzas