CK Links--Friday January 15, 2016

Links from around the internet.

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First, a few recipe links:
Easy Egg Drop Soup. (Eating Rules)

Ten top favorite potato recipes! (Idaho Potato)

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies. "The best cookies I've ever made period." (Alosha's Kitchen)

Why they don't grow sugar in Hawaii any more. (ABC)

MSG got a bad rap, thanks to junk science and xenophobia. (Five Thirty Eight)

What unites all food reformers, says the author of the book Eating Right in America, isn't the diets they recommend but rather the religious fervor of the people recommending them. (Jayson Lusk)

Scientists can "p-hack" their way to any dietary conclusion they want these days. (Five Thirty Eight)

Wild. How two characters from The Simpsons managed to publish a paper in a peer-reviewed scientific journal. (Slate)

We are in the throes of a new form of "moral panic." (The Hindu)

Scientists share short essays on what they consider the most interesting recent scientific news. (Edge)

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1 comment:

Melissa said...

Love the article about MSG. I wasn't aware that was all myth and nonsense. Thanks for the link.