Here's yet another selection of particularly interesting links from around the internet. As always, I welcome your thoughts and your feedback.
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Every cook should consult this two-part series describing every ethical, cultural and medical dietary restriction imaginable: from Atkins to Vegan and from Kosher to Mormon! (Cheap Healthy Good)
Particularly fitting this week, given my ongoing raw foods trial: Descriptions of the different types of raw, raw vegan, and 80/10/10 raw diets, followed by a discussion of the key benefits of going raw. (FoodnSport.com)
How to store fresh eggs long term. (Es*sense Blog)
Buy-local enthusiasts: be wary of localwashing: making something seem local when it's actually not. (Brave New Traveler)
Three different kinds of Roasted Pumpkin Seeds. (Cupcake Punk)
An easy way to make your own homemade Chili Powder. (Beach Eats) (Talk about a great way to manage your spice costs!)
Want to reconsider the Brussels sprout? Just add fire and booze: Brussels Meets Brandy. (Christie's Corner)
An intriguing Apple Chutney recipe. (Closet Cooking) Bonus recipe: Cranberry Chutney.
A bonus seasonal recipe post from CK: Fifty Delicious Recipes Containing Apples: (Casual Kitchen).
Workout ideas when you don't have access to a gym. (Ben Casnocha's Blog)
Show me one person who's excited about extreme early retirement and I will show you five who think it's all about making your own toilet paper. (Early Retirement Extreme)
A flow chart on how to choose a religion. (Note: don't take it too seriously and be sure to enjoy all the indignant comments.) (Holy Kaw!)
Most parental discipline isn't for the kid's benefit--rather, it's to bolster the adult's identity construct of being "a good parent." (The Last Psychiatrist) Bonus post: how the Parents Television Council inadvertently promotes sex on TV.
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