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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If you're feeling overwhelmed and inundated by all the (conflicting) health information out there, here's the best piece of advice you'll read all year. (5 Second Rule)
A comprehensive collection of resources for cooking for almost any type of restricted diet. (Cheap Healthy Good)
Seven exceptional tips on how to give any soup a delicious, full flavor--without needing salty stock or bouillon. (stonesoup)
Why you shouldn't hate on wine scores. (1Wine Dude) ...although CK readers know that I disagree.
Hash Browns--Kablammed! (Cheap Healthy Good)
Simple, elegant, inexpensive: Brussels Sprouts with Canellini Beans and Almonds (A Thought For Food)
A really interesting Homemade Energy Bar recipe--it'll save you a ton of money over LaraBars and Clif Bars. (Choosing Raw)
On being a conscious consumer. (The Connection Revolution)
Why it really pays to read investment books from past eras. (What I Just Read) Readers: sorry for the self-link, but this is one of the best investing-related posts I've written in a long time. PS: Don't get your face ripped off!
An astonishing visual representation of human progress over the past 200 years. (Cafe Hayek, via Christie's Corner)
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