CK Friday Links--Friday March 12, 2010

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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In an evocative post, one of my favorite food writers learns to accept her body weight and shape. (What I Weigh Today)

Five hilarious reasons why you should never spam Cheryl Sternman Rule. (5 Second Rule)

An excellent six-part series on buying, planting, starting and growing indoor seedlings. (A Little Bit of Spain in Iowa)

Why recipes containing grain-and-legume combos are so incredibly healthy. (Chocolate & Zucchini)

Recipe Links:
Everything you need to know about making a kickass loaf of homemade bread. An exceptional tutorial. (Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day)

An easy Spicy Zucchini Soup. (The Budding Cook)

Another easy dish, offered in solidarity to the people of Haiti: Haitian Red Beans in Sauce. (Gherkins & Tomatoes, via A Mingling of Tastes)

An Israeli dish that’s tasty, incredibly inexpensive, healthy, and fun to eat: Shaksouka. (Cheap Healthy Good)

Off-Topic Links:
Why you should still exercise, even if you suffer from pain. (Functional Fitness) Bonus Post: We are the sum of the people around us.

Acts of kindness, generosity and cooperation spread just as easily as bad acts. And it takes only a handful of people to make a difference. (MoneyScience)

How the "cult of the new" makes your life much more expensive than it needs to be. (The Simple Dollar)

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