Happy July 4th weekend everyone! Here are this week's links--there are lots of 'em. As always, I welcome your thoughts.
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A new "vegan sellout" site names and shames former vegans. (Observer)
The food *sshole's dilemma. (Floreakeats, via Alosha's Kitchen)
How to organize any large cooking project. (Owlhaven)
The science of food texture. (Guardian)
Self-disciplined people are happier than you think. And less deprived. (Time)
Google Reader died the other day. This writer is using it as an opportunity to make some major changes in what he reads. (Washington Post Wonkblog)
Where most wage slaves find themselves today: dependent on their jobs not just for money, but for their very sense of self-worth. (Early Retirement Extreme)
Ten solid tips for saving up for an epic trip. (Hippie Van Man)
Successful investing requires you to do the most counter-intuitive thing in the world. (The Reformed Broker)
Bonus for readers looking for a great holiday drink for the July 4th weekend: Why not mix up an incredibly delicious batch of Red White and Blue Sangria?
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