CK Friday Links--Friday October 5, 2012

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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Not all calories are the same. (PBS)

Organic food is for the wealthy, not the poor. (New York Times)

The art of being present at the dinner table. (Mark's Daily Apple)

Interesting article on what it's like to visit a salmon farm. (Food Politics)

Recipe Links:
A laughable 63c a serving! Tuna and White Bean Salad. (Budget Bytes)

How to make Corn Tortillas from scratch. (Eating Rules) Bonus Post: Make your own Peanut Butter.

Off-Topic Links:
Resentment is like swallowing poison and waiting for the other person to die. (The Change Blog)

Why everything depends on your self-discipline and ability to delay gratification. Warning: long. (Postmasculine)

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Melissa said...

That Postmasculine post is awesome. Thanks for the link.

Daniel said...

Thanks for the feedback Melissa! Glad you enjoyed it.


Sally said...

I particularly liked the piece on resentment. I've noticed this for a long time. People resent (or blame) someone for something that happened to them or a loved one. They make their own lives miserable, but their anger or resentment doesn't affect the target at all.

Daniel said...

Thanks Sally, it really resonated with me too... which is why I included it. :)

Thanks for your thoughts!