Sabor Journal – Issue 2

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Sabor Journal Issue 2 is out now. In the second issue, Spirulina Dreams, we’re taking you to a place more beautiful, more intimidating, and altogether weirder: the Future. We have worked with scientists, oenophiles, Guggenheim fellows and award-winning photographers and illustrators.

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Sabor Journal Issue 2 is available now on In the second issue, Spirulina Dreams, we’re taking you to a place more beautiful, more intimidating, and altogether weirder: the Future. We have worked with scientists, oenophiles, Guggenheim fellows and award-winning photographers and illustrators.

Sabor Journal is an international publication, arbiter of all things gastronomic. The magazine stimulates the appetite and the mind: in each issue, it transports readers around the world, combining in-depth articles on cutting-edge topics with first-hand accounts from the people at the forefront of food and drink. Integrated into these stories is Sabor’s strong art direction, showcasing work from the best contemporary photographers and illustrators. Tracking the most exciting developments in global food and delving deep into food history and travel, it is the journal for the curious and discerning epicurean.


We’ve gone to cities and towns on four continents to create an issue that goes places other food magazines can’t, won’t, or simply don’t.

And we’ve gone in search of an elusive blue algae drink at “the world’s largest food innovation exhibition” in Paris and dug deep on the impact of climate change on classic wine regions. We take you to a culinary school changing the way young people eat at the edge of Bolivia’s altiplano and inside a Dutch lab that’s exploring the nearly infinite possibilities of microalgae. We asked some of the brightest minds in the food world for a glimpse into their imagined food futures, and sat down for a talk with none other than Dan Barber, who wants you to save the world with better bread (we’re paraphrasing).

We’ve also got stories on how food shapes our past: pieces on memory and nostalgia, love and sex, bees and ‘shrooms, grandmas and mangoes, traditions and how we lose them. We sample barbacoa in rural Oaxaca; Hatcho miso in Nagoya, Japan; and every kind of fish sauce imaginable in Vietnam. We catch up with an urban beekeeper, explore the linguistic misunderstandings at the root of American Chinese food with Guggenheim Fellow Ann Mendelson, and let it rip on the singular horrors of Canapés.

We also get a literal look at both past and future with artwork from a host of award-winning photographers and illustrators. Original drawings from Kenichiro Mizuno and Chris Skinner offer wildly different takes on the surreal future of food. Classic New York pizza signs get a retro glow through the lens of Yusuke Miyagawa. And Award-winning photographer Florian van Roekel shoots the office lunch of your dreams (we provide the recipes).

It’s been over a year – sorry we ghosted! – But we’re back and more ambitious than ever. In our second issue, we’ve combined art, science, reportage, and personal reflection to explore how we think about food today, how we’ll eat it tomorrow, and the weird and wonderful culinary world we’re dreaming into existence right this minute.

Details: Sabor Journal – Issue 2

284 pages, 290 x 230 x 15 mm, 1250 gram

Published by Sabor Journal
Manufactured in The Netherlands
Available in English
Article No. bfsabormag0002
Weight 1370 g
Dimensions 34 × 26 × 3 cm

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