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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12 healthy and nutritious breakfast ideas. (Two Peas and Their Pod)
Whole Foods levies a "Tubby Tax," giving thinner employees deeper discounts on in-store food. It's controversial, clearly, but it's also optional. What's your take? (Blogging Stocks)
Here's how you can make your own homemade cornmeal--using a coffee grinder! (Es*sense Blog)
The lowdown on quality vegan protein powders--I'm looking into these as I increase my running and (hopefully) run another marathon later this year. (Choosing Raw)
A fascinating discussion from Barry Schwartz (author of the excellent book The Paradox of Choice) on why everything was better before we had 175 types of salad dressing. (TED.com)
Bonus Post: Dan Gilbert reveals the secret to happiness.
An easy and ridiculously good Chicken Tikka Masala recipe. I made it this week and personally swear by it. (Alosha's Kitchen)
How to make Perfect Roasted Potatoes. (Chocolate & Zucchini)
Five easy techniques to make homemade ice cream--and you don't even need an ice cream maker. (stonesoup)
A perfect cold-weather soup: Fat-Free Sweet Potato Corn Chowder. (Rice and Beans: A Belizean in DC)
Use this post on "$100 hours" to help spur you to find new business ideas and income sources. (Joyfully Jobless via The Art of Non-Conformity)
Don't weaken your ego. Instead make your ego even stronger, and then consider what good you might achieve with it. (Steve Pavlina's Blog)
A fascinating discussion of art, blind rage and narcissistic injury. (The Last Psychiatrist) Bonus Post: How to create motivation in 2010.
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