CK Links--Friday August 29, 2014

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

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The "no nitrates added" hoax. (Michael Ruhlman, via Addicted to Canning)

Wait... what about all the bison? A logic hole for those concerned about greenhouse gas emissions from beef cattle. (Jayson Lusk)

Intriguing post on New York City food vendors, a surprising number of which are women. (Feet in 2 Worlds)

Breakfast is overrated. (New York Times)

Interesting read on the Food Network's decline into irrelevancy. (Salon)

The Food Babe "quackmails" the preferred seasonal beverage of hipsters everywhere. Ed: Read for critical thinking practice. (Food Babe)

Yes, salt is okay. So are eggs. (The Upshot)

"Travel may seem impossible to you right now, but it's not. You just have to want it badly enough to make it a priority in your life." (Art of Non-Conformity)

What it's like to be in a plane crash. (The Neurocritic)

What percent of daytraders make money? Cue laughter. (TraderFeed)

A renaissance in personal blogging. (A VC)

First, the main principle: the mind wants comfort, and is afraid of discomfort and change. (Zen Habits)

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