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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When you modify someone else's recipe, at what point does it actually become yours? (Will Write for Food)
A brilliant essay on Nutritionism, a word that describes how consumers can be fooled into believing that processed foods are healthier than they are--just because food companies add nutrients back to them. (Cheap Healthy Good)
An interesting discussion on the definition of "public health." See also the first 10 or so comments before the debate gets off-track. (Food Politics)
Is it really worth it to pay up for expensive EVOO? (stonesoup)
Scientific studies will never be able to tell you which diet is best. This is why. (The Last Psychiatrist)
Delicious, savory and quick: Corn and Basil Cakes. (Cook, Pray, Love) Bonus Recipe: Hilariously easy Five Minute Indian-Syle Cabbage.
Yessss! Grilled Citrus Tequila Shrimp. (White On Rice Couple)
A delicous and easy make-ahead appetizer: Chinese Salt and Pepper Tofu. (Veggie Belly)
This week's unsolicited book recommendation: Getting Back to Even by Jim Cramer. This book contains extraordinarily useful content. See in particular Chapters 7 and 8, which explain various low-risk investing strategies using stock options. For intermediate-level investors.
A useful list of do's and don'ts for making good conversation. Be sure to read the comments. (Ben Casnocha's Blog)
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