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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Thirteen tips for eating more compassionately. (Tiny Buddha)
Easy ways to adapt recipes for lower-calorie cooking. (Absolut(ly) Fit)
Nine surprising farm subsidy myths. (Environmental Working Group)
Is it unethical to give a homeless person a coupon for a free McDonald's hamburger? (Food Politics)
In season and creative: Fresh Corn Pancakes. (Closet Cooking)
No fooling around: This easy recipe is perfect for this time of year: Peach Lavender Fool. (Cafe Johnsonia)
Perfect New York-style Crumb Cake. (The Hungry Housewife)
This week's unsolicited book recommendation: Anne LaBastille's Woodswoman. A fascinating memoir about a woman who builds a cabin and lives on her own in New York's Adirondack mountains. An earnest and beautifully written book about feminism, the environment, and one of our country's oldest and largest national parks.
Is news really worthy? (Finer Minds)
"Money is the root of all evil" isn't just a misquote. It's also wrong. (The Simple Dollar)
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