CK Friday Links--Friday August 23, 2013

Links from around the internet. As always, I welcome your thoughts.

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Time to get pickling! Spicy Pickled Dill Carrots. (Dad Cooks Dinner)

An inexpensive and intriguing Turkish Pilaf recipe. (My Humble Kitchen) Bonus: 21 Zucchini Recipes. (!)

What every parent should know about food marketing to kids. From the author of French Kids Eat Everything. (Karen Le Billon)

A dietitian weighs in on the surprising health benefits of four common spices. (A Life of Spice)

Don't wash your chicken. (DrexelNow, via Steve Tallant)

Four myths about the Glycemic Index. (Fooducate). Bonus: 2012 was the year with the lowest soda consumption since... 1987!

The beauty of making deliberate mistakes. (99U)

The "common belief" fallacy, and why you shouldn't fear your electric fan. An excerpt from David McRaney's brand new book You Are Now Less Dumb. (Big Think)

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