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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How to minimize mistakes when counting calories. (344 Pounds)
Handy rules on how to select and cook the best pasta. (The Perfect Pantry, via Grow. Cook. Eat.)
How to create a fully-stocked, global pantry. (Cheap Healthy Good)
No one should have to defend their food choices. (Thrive, via Deeper Than the Surface)
Perfect for the fall: Pikes Peak Spiked Apple Crisp. (Vino Luci)
Exotic-tasting Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Chicken Kebabs in under 25 minutes. (A Life of Spice)
Frugal and laughably easy Homemade Dill Pickles, featuring a ferocious comment debate on the difference between "cue" and "queue." (The Simple Dollar)
Why a narcissist joined the Las Vegas Search and Rescue Team. (Dana Richardson's Blog)
Minimalism is more than living in a small white room with no furniture. (Exile Lifestyle)
Why investing is so hard, and why most of us have had disappointing experiences in the stock market. (Behavior Gap)
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