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Don't soak your beans! (LA Times, via Addicted to Canning)
This is how to do a competent food stamp challenge, and show that healthy food doesn't have to be expensive. (Budget Bytes) Related: Why Senator Corey Booker really blew his chance.
Seven ways to turn one dinner into two. (Life Your Way)
Foodies can now pay a fortune to eat "famine food." (Spiked)
"Your food arrives when it's ready." Readers, what do you think of this restaurant trend? (The Amateur Gourmet)
Backlash against The Food Babe. (Bloomberg)
Why no one reads anymore, and what it means for writers. (New York Review of Books)
You will live more curiously if you write. You will see more. (James Somers)
Striking story of a young man's recovery from a traumatic brain injury. (Washington Post)
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