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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It turns out the food industry is only making us half as sick as we thought. (Food Politics)
Five reasons to eat more fermented foods. (A Nutritious Palate)
Eleven things a food blogger doesn't need in 2011. (Cream Puffs in Venice)
More than 20 creative ideas for what to do with boring old canned tuna. (Cheap Healthy Good)
A blogger risks destroying the universe by cooking offal in a sous vide of 4Loko. Hilarious. (Salty Seattle)
Easy, and perfect for a cold winter day: Corn and Leek Chowder. (Cafe Johnsonia)
A healthy and nutritious recipe you can make in under 20 minutes: Indian Spicy Cabbage and Peas. (Chow and Chatter)
Seasonal, intriguing and incredibly easy to make: Smoky Sweet Potato Soup. (Eating Appalachia)
How to ask for stuff--and get yes for an answer. (White Hot Truth)
Be ready the next time someone tries to "kafkatrap" you. (Armed and Dangerous)
Using mind control with difficult people. (The Change Blog)
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