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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The person who embarks on a journey toward raw food is very different from the person who comes out the other side. (Karen Knowler)
After her son wins a Hershey Bar at school, a blogger writes a manifesto against snacks in the classroom. Extra credit for CK readers who can articulate the other side of this debate. (The Lunch Tray)
The big lie called BMI. (Dietriffic) Related: Weight is just a number. (Casual Kitchen)
Why trying to regulate the food and ag industries is practically impossible. (A Sweet Life) Bonus post: Hmmm, maybe we should let our kids play in the mud after all.
Why do we try to persuade people to eat better by using crazy scientific terminology or hyperbolic headlines? (5 Second Rule)
Cheap, healthy and you can make it in five minutes. Mom's Four Bean Salad. (Eating Rules)
A real-live homemade Orange Julius recipe. Rocky Balboa would be proud. (Food Renegade)
A hilariously quick and easy Black Bean Soup. (Kahakai Kitchen)
What's the difference between a career and an avocation? Plenty. (Food Woolf)
Consumers are overwhelmed by marketers' relentless efforts to engage with them. (Harvard Business Review)
Forget what you've been told: Money really can buy happiness. (TED Talks)
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