Here's yet another selection of interesting links from around the internet. As always, I welcome your thoughts and your feedback.
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An excellent essay on questionable persuasive techniques used in the film Food, Inc. (Eat Me Daily)
Do you need an intervention to stop you from compulsively photographing your food? Take this quiz to find out. (5 Second Rule)
28 things you do NOT need in a minimalist kitchen. (stonesoup)
A raw foodist shares her struggles and successes with quitting smoking on her two-year quitiversary. (Choosing Raw)
An elegant and easy Risotto alla Margherita. (Cream Puffs in Venice)
Healthy, nutritious and high in protein: Carrot and Coriander Soup. (Chow and Chatter)
Laughably cheap Swiss Chard and Navy Bean Stew. (30 Bucks a Week)
Why you should "settle" for the man you want. A brilliant meditation on narcissism. (The Last Psychiatrist).
How to work less. (The Renegade Writer, via There Are No Rules)
A guide to free online audiobooks. (The Change Blog) Bonus Post: Are you choosing the right challenges?
For readers interested in the unique brand of Spanish spoken here in Chile, here's an amusing glossary of Chilenismos. (Cachando Chile)
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