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Let’s start off this week’s links with some great recipes:
How to make homemade Tahini. (Budget Bytes)
Hilariously cheap homemade Hard Cider. (Mr. Money Mustache)
Homemade English Muffins! (Confections of a Foodie Bride)
Sizzling Chicken with Ginger. (Monica Bhide)
Very intriguing to see agri-intellectual Mark Bittman shift his view considerably on GMOs--and admit that they’re safe. (New York Times)
Did you know that if a restaurant cuts prices you won’t like the food as much? (Science Daily)
Did you also know that veganism oppresses and disempowers women on behalf of the patriarchy? (Pacific Standard) [Ed: I gotta be honest: this article is an exceptional example of Poe’s Law. Exceptional]
Companies actually have no idea whether their ads work or not. See also the interesting discussion in the comments. (Overcoming Bias)
“I could never be a minimalist because I have kids.” (Zen Habits)
The late Seth Roberts explains what he means by “appreciative thinking.” (Seth Roberts)
Is the USA’s debt crisis over? According to this striking chart, yep. (Bloomberg)
A system to help you remember everything you read. (Farnam Street)
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