Links from around the internet. As always, I welcome your thoughts.
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I counted at least ten logic fallacies in this defense of New York City's large-soda ban. (Food Politics). [Readers, stay tuned: I'll discuss this article further in Tuesday's post]
The essential guide to Europe's large--and growing--horsemeat scandal. (The Guardian) You might want to save this link for last. Blech!
A sinfully delicious Flourless Chocolate Cake. (Brown Eyed Baker)
The easiest Sausage Pepper and Onion recipe ever. (No Fear Entertaining)
An excellent explanation of how to manage breathing and footstrike cadence while running. (Happy Healthy Cook)
What retirement means to me. (Early Retirement Extreme) Bonus post: Rethinking the word "Retired."
A blogger falls for her own hype. (Get Off My Internets)
Thinking through your own reactions to when others are disrespectful to you. (Owlhaven)
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