AUSTIN, Texas (Sept. 4, 2013) – The September issue of Dark Rye, an online magazine from Whole Foods Market, features three stories of food entrepreneurs who are reshaping the culinary landscape with meat—and meat alternatives:

From the Wild”— Jesse Griffiths spotlights feral pigs as a new wild game resource and an opportunity to feed the masses.
Portland Meat Collective” – Camas Davis, a former magazine editor turned butcher, explains the importance of getting your hands dirty and learning where your meat comes from.
Hail Seitan”– Christopher Kim discusses the history of seitan and showcases it as a tasty alternative to meat.

The September issue also features written pieces from Jane Black, Hank Shaw, Steven Rinella, Andrew Wagner and Neal Pollack.

A 2013 James Beard Foundation Award winner, Dark Rye uses multimedia storytelling and accessible DIY projects to inspire visitors to pursue their dreams while fostering a more creative and compelling world.

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