CK Friday Links--Friday September 10, 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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Some of the most cherished factoids about the environmental impact of meat production are totally false. (The Guardian, via @WhyVeg)

Surprising data on the long-term savings (yes, that's right, savings) of organic foods. (Grow. Cook. Eat.)

A fascinating breakdown of exactly what's in all those different sweeteners. (Cheap Healthy Good) Bonus Post: The problem with diet foods.

We're not from around here. (Cold Antler Farm, via Living the Frugal Life)

Recipe Links:
Delicious, minimalist comfort food: Onion Pandade. (stonesoup)

A Cilantro-Lime Pesto recipe that's so easy you'll eat it on everything. (5 Second Rule)

Intriguing and easy! Stuffed Eggplant, or Imam Biyaldi. (Living the Frugal Life)

No jokes, please--this is a serious recipe: How to make Spiced Nuts. (Jugalbandi)

Off-Topic Links:
A former scientist behind explains online dating really works. (Marie Claire)

A hilarious posts on the four levels of social entrapment. (Hyperbole and a Half, via Alosha's Kitchen)

How discontentment undermines frugality. (Gather Little By Little, via

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