Here's yet another selection of interesting links from around the internet. As always, I welcome your thoughts, your Viagra, and your feedback.
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Is food blogging too much work? (Will Write For Food)
Why we should just dump our national dietary guidelines. (Stuffed Nation)
Creating healthy holiday traditions. (Freaking Fitness)
Yet another formerly militant vegan justifies her switch back to meat in a wide-ranging blog interview. (Let Them Eat Meat)
The best cookie you'll eat this holiday season: Lime Meltaways. (Closet Cooking)
How to make Lassi, India's favorite drink. (Aapplemint)
Possibly the easiest recipe of the year: Slow Cooker Mexican Beans. (Cheap Healthy Good)
What is nonviolent communication? (Rhiannon Laurie)
Brilliant and strikingly concise thoughts on the nature of education and learning. (Ombailamos)
How to slash your writing time in half. (Write to Done)
On radically rethinking holiday gift-giving. (Zen Habits, via Climb the Rainbow)
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