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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Great tips in this brief post on dieting on a budget. (Owlhaven)
Ten small benefits of losing 100 pounds. (344 Pounds)
I'd rather eat nails than eat fat-free foods. Your body needs certain fats! (Meditate This)
A provocative but "straw man" argument against vegetarianism. (Eco-Snobbery Sucks, via @CanarsieBK)
Seven unusual ways to cut your food costs. (stonesoup)
The most perfect Spaghetti and Meatballs you will ever have. (Alosha's Kitchen)
A fascinating three-part series on taking a whole pork belly and making your own amazing Homemade Bacon. (Blind Pig BBQ)
Striking, rich and surprisingly easy: Togus Steamed Bread. (Bread Experience)
Usolicited book recommendation of the week: The Black Swan by Nicholas Taleb. This is a truly exceptional book about how we fail to understand large and unexpected risks. I first read it a few years ago, and read it again last year. It's somewhat arrogantly written, but it's also one of very few books that actually changed how I think about everything.
Applying the 3-6-9 Method for better daily productivity. (RhiannonLaurie.com)
Do fewer things. Do them better. (The Happiest Mom)
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