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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Is it realistic--or narcissistic--of us to think that animals should all die of "natural causes"? (A Mindful Carnivore)
Why the golden age of food writing is right now. (Chow)
How losing weight can strain a marriage. (344 Pounds) Bonus post: Five ways to kill off those afternoon cravings.
Raising fearless eaters. (Owlhaven)
Belizean-Style Habanero Pepper Sauce. (Rice and Beans)
Genius in its simplicity: Ginger Brulee. (Stonesoup)
Just about every great, brave or beautiful thing in our culture was created by someone who didn't do it for money. (Seth's Blog)
The seven deadly sins of change. (The Change Blog)
How a book about tennis turned out to be the most useful book I've ever read about writing. (Quick Writing Tips)
A striking infographic on the environmental impact of the internet. But there's one problem: it contains a gaping logic hole. Gaping. Can you find it? I'll give a free prize to the first commenter who comes up with the correct answer. (Wordstream)
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