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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One quick question for readers before we get into the links: Will you engage in any "Black Friday" shopping this weekend? Why or why not?
Don't fall for the food industry's Jedi mind tricks. (Freaking Fitness)
Facing health problems, a vegan returns to eating meat--and unleashes a firestorm of controversy. (Voracious)
A long but eye-opening article that will make you question every single medical study you'll ever read. (The Atlantic)
Trick question: Can we safely conclude that even the most idealistic pro-environment initiatives at companies like Wal-Mart and Google are nothing more than pure deceit? (Alternet)
A fascinating Indo-European fusion: Cumin and Spinach Latkes. (The Cooks Cottage)
Laughably easy and seasonally perfect: Cranberry Apple Cider. ($5 Dinners)
Simple, elegant comfort food: White Bean and Sausage Stew. (The Merry Gourmet)
The perfect guide to Now is right under my nose. (One Crafty Mother via @alosha7777)
How to write killer content in 140 characters or fewer. (Twitip)
You can’t pack up anxiety and sell it on Craigslist. Identifying non-physical clutter. (Unclutterer)
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