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True "easy" cooking, if that's what you're after, is far too simple to sustain the magazine and cookbook industry. (Atlantic)
Five things you didn't know about quinoa--including a small bite of worry porn. (Fooducate)
Bonus: By the way, restaurant calorie labeling laws aren't working. (Fooducate)
Homebrewing your own beer is one of those hobbies that can be as expensive as you want it to be. Here's how to do it for less. (The Simple Dollar)
Your doctor doesn't give a rat's ass about your fitness tracking data. (Technology Review)
Finally! The death of sugary cereal. (Atlantic)
Related: How cereal makers hide sugar in plain sight. (Casual Kitchen)
We all know about helicopter parents. The question is, why are they appearing now, in this era? (Bloomberg)
Huh. Television really does rot your brain! (NPR)
Forget about my list of favorite books of 2015 (my post is here), have a look at Bill Gates' favorite books of the year. (Gates Notes)
No, wait, forget about both our lists: here's an aggregated list of all lists of bloggers' favorite books of 2015. Isn't the internet amazing? (Largehearted Boy)
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