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Parsley Pesto Potatoes: just 81c a serving! (Budget Bytes)
Coconut Vegetable Curry. (Budget Bytes)
Two unusual ideas for chocolate... including Kale and Chocolate Cake!? (Stonesoup)
Did you know Google can give you a side-by-side nutritional comparison of foods now? Here's how to use it. (Google+, via Jayson Lusk)
Everything you know about unhealthy foods is wrong. (Guardian)
Is there really such a thing as humane meat? Long but brilliant discussion of the "ominvore’s contradiction." (American Scholar) PS: Also worth perusing some of the comments for a generally thoughtful debate.
Why health integrity matters. (Mark’s Daily Apple)
For years I resisted getting a Kindle. But when I got one, it was a big surprise. (Stephan van Coppenole)
How do you know when it's time to intervene with a friend's money mistakes? (Bargaineering)
Why we're not doomed. (Mr. Money Mustache)
Successful investing isn't a function of what you buy. It’s a function of what you pay. (The Reformed Broker)
Striking early demo of Michael Jackson's "Beat It." (Rhythm of the Tide)
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