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Hungry in Glasgow? The COP26 menu comes carbon counted

GLASGOW, Scotland — The COP26 climate conference has cooked up its own breed of food critics. Forget the taste. It’s all about the carbon footprint.

And the menu in Glasgow is getting skewered for the apparent carbon trail some dishes have left behind.

How do people know? It’s right there where you order. Listed next to choices of meat, dairy and fish — and vegetarian and vegan options — is the carbon footprint figure of each meal.

Want a Scottish beef burger? It’s unclear what that will set you back calorie-wise. And who’s to say if you’ll get darting glares from vegans dining nearby. But the burger had been calculated to have a 3.9kg Co2e rating (more on the numbers in a second). That’s much higher than, say, the Scottish beetroot and broccoli salad (0.2) or braised turkey meatball pasta (0.9). The “Haggis, Neeps & Tatties” — ‘neeps’ and ‘tatties’

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Santiago Vescovi changed diet to improve for Tennessee basketball

Santiago Vescovi recited his perfect Cook Out order with a smile and without hesitation in late October.

The Tennessee basketball guard builds a tray around a big double burger with lettuce, tomato and mayo. He picks a bacon ranch wrap and white cheddar cheese bites as his sides. A banana pudding milkshake completes his guilty pleasure.

It’s an order Vescovi honed through his first two years in Knoxville, when he ate at the regional fast food joint regularly. 

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Vescovi hasn’t placed that order in at least six months, part of an offseason overhaul of his habits.

“The biggest thing was probably my mindset toward eating healthy,” Vescovi said. “That had a big impact on my whole body and the whole way I play right now.”

Eating right

There is a common refrain regarding Vescovi around the Tennessee basketball

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