CK Friday Links--Friday December 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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Marion Nestle attempts to explain why greedy food companies should have their First Amendment rights taken away. (Food Politics)

What's the difference between expeller-pressed oil and solvent extracted oil? A lot, it turns out. (Fooducate) Bonus post: PowerBar Energy Bites are just another cheap processed food sold at high prices.

A Malthusian explains our "ecological plight" in six easy steps. The logic sounds air-tight... but is it? (Growth Is Madness)

Interested in learning the secrets of healthy, minimalist cooking? Jules at stonesoup has agreed to provide Casual Kitchen readers a special, buy-one-get-one-free promotion at her stonesoup virtual cooking school! (stonesoup)

Recipe Links:
A recipe Every Man Should Know: Beef and Beer Chili. (Eats Well With Others)

A lighter, healthier and more veggie-forward Chicken Cacciatore. (Clean Cuisine and More)

Split Pea Sausage Soup that you can make for five bucks. ($5 Dinners)

Off-Topic Links:
Procrastination isn't laziness, it's a failure to outsmart your future self. (You Are Not So Smart)

On long blog comments. (The Aleph Blog)

Never show your writing to your lover or your mother. (Writer Unboxed, via @elizabethscraig)

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1 comment:

bashtree said...

Thanks for the links, Dan. The one abotu procrastination really got me.