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PRESS THIS: Fermented food is linked to mental health (in a good way mostly).

http://psychcentral.com/news/2015/01/27/fermented-food-and-mental-health/80471.html Interesting, if dry, article about how the bacteria in our bellies appears to affect our mental well-being, and how fermented food works with that thankfully prolific and hardy bacteria. It mentions prebiotics, something I only came across during an … Continue reading

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Pressure on Cargill & ADM After China Rejects GMO Corn | Truthstream Media

Has it started? I don’t know how great the source of the article is, but it lends a little hope. In the short term at least, countries are rejecting GMO food in a purely businesslike way. Rather than GMO being … Continue reading

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Press This: For the Love of Money – NYTimes.com; and a minor rant about fracking

This is compelling reading. For the Love of Money – NYTimes.com. Compelling for me, because the money thing baffles me. I have never understood the perpetual grasping for money that seems to accompany the lives of people who have enough … Continue reading

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13 Banned Foods Still Allowed in the U.S. | Kitchen Daily

13 Banned Foods Still Allowed in the U.S. | Kitchen Daily. Although this flashcard-style article is based on the poisons that the U.S. is consuming in the name of Profit, it could make you wonder how much we in the … Continue reading

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My guest blog on The Caffeinated Wordsmith|Sakina’s Seasonal Shortbread

It is my pleasure to present to you my latest offering in graffiti-ing someone else’s blog – this time it is Amy Durrant’s The Caffeinated Wordsmith. The Guest Blog: Sakina’s Seasonal Shortbread | The Caffeinated Wordsmith.

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Butter and cheese better than trans-fat margarines, says heart specialist

Of course it is. Anything which tastes divine may have its flip side, but food (and any other vice) should be taken moderately. A moderate path is a safe and healthy path. Even The Guardian says so. Bear in mind … Continue reading

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