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 don't cook for yourself, you give your personal food sovereignty away to strangers. (Addicted to Canning)
Why eating meat is not immoral. (Real Food Dudes)
More fascinating work from Diana on the how-tos of keeping urban chickens. (A Little Bit of Spain in Iowa)
You can't just eat by the numbers alone, but here are a few reliable ways to quickly determine which food choices are healthiest. (Eating Rules)
A full family meal for under $5! Baked Rosemary Garlic Chicken. ($5 Dinners)
The perfect recipe to teach yourself the particulars of baking: Bourbon Pound Cake. (The Way the Cookie Crumbles, via Cara's Cravings)
Hilariously easy and exotic: Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce. (The Claytons Blog)
This week's unsolicited book recommendation: Find More Time by Laura Stack. I'm two-thirds of the way through this book, and it is simply jam-packed with great ideas on how to make your life more efficient and effective. Particularly useful if you have kids and a busy family life.
Three uncluttering projects you can easily do right now. (Unclutterer, via María Machón)
Being popular is almost never a measure of genius, of impact, or of art. (Seth's Blog)
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