CK Friday Links--Friday August 20, 2010

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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On Gandhi's rejection of veganism. (A Mindful Carnivore)

Are you spending more than you need to on cleaning products? (Small Notebook)

Best tips for travelling while vegetarian. (Cheap Healthy Good)

168 tips to stretch your dollar. (Beingfrugal.net)

48 things frugality has taught me. (The Simple Dollar)

A sad day for wine. (Red, Green & Blue, via @TishWine)

Recipe Links:
An addictive and easy-to-make Minty Pea Dip. (Dinner: A Love Story, via Thirty Bucks a Week)

And interesting and easy spin on the boring old chicken breast: Involtini di Pollo. (Mangiandobene)

Three exceptionally easy and delicious Homemade Salad Dressings. (Macheesmo)

Off-Topic Links:
Unsolicited book recommendation of the week: Despite all of the controversy surrounding Dr. Laura and the ignominious end of her radio show, I will say that we found one of her older books both extremely helpful and surprisingly insightful: The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands.

Twelve excellent Buddhist blogs. (Bookbird)

Journalism warning labels: (TomScott.com via @BehindTheKnife)



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5 comments:

wosnes said...

I've not yet read Dr. Laura's The Proper Care & Feeding of Husbands, mostly because I haven't had a husband since the book was written. I've always liked her book 10 Stupid Things Women Do to Mess Up Their Lives.

Tovar said...

Thanks much for the mention, Daniel!

Cynthia said...

Dan,
I love the Friday links. They always have something for me to think about in a new way. Please keep them up!!
Thanks.

Daniel said...

Wosnes, she certainly doesn't mince words, and that can be a huge asset for readers of her books. Unfortunately--in the case of her radio show recently--it can also be a huge liability for her.

Tovar, you are welcome. Keep posting your thought-provoking material.

Cynthia, I'm deeply grateful for your kind words and feedback. Rest assured, I'll keep these weekly links posts running!

DK

wosnes said...

I followed a vegan diet for a while. While I can't say I felt bad without animal products, I didn't feel really good, either. Once I added animal products back into my diet, I started feeling much better. While my current diet is plant-based, there's some kind of animal food daily.

The involtini di pollo sounds delicious! Trent's list of what being frugal has taught him is thought-provoking. I've observed some of the same things.