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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We passed a tipping point with processed food without realizing it. (Eating Rules)
How to say no to a food pusher. (Dietriffic)
Why you never, ever need to worry about sulfites in the wines you drink. (1 Wine Dude)
One particular Los Angeles resident is pissed at the Michelin Guide. (OC Weekly, via Alosha's Kitchen)
An easy and delicious recipe from my favorite Colombian food blog: Chicken Stew with Beer/Pollo Estofado en Cerveza. (My Colombian Recipes)
A simple, seasonal Pumpkin Soup. (Chow and Chatter)
A laughably easy Smoky Tomato and Chickpea Soup. (Christie's Corner)
Unsolicited book recommendation of the week: Devil Take the Hindmost by Edward Chancellor. I'm currently re-reading this exceptional history of market manias, crashes and bubbles. Learn and apply the lessons in this book, and you'll avoid getting crushed by the next market crash.
The less we rely on subconscious, advertising-based connections to consumer products, the better. (The Simple Dollar)
Watching TV has its benefits: it excuses you from the responsibility of having an informed opinion. (Seth's Blog)
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