For The Love Of Food

by | Sep 9, 2011

For The Love of Food

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.

This week’s top 10 require careful reading and a little extra thinking, but it’s worth it. Learn why daily activity is more important than formal exercise, how habits can affect your food intake, some encouraging news from the USDA and more.

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6 Responses to “For The Love Of Food”

  1. Ash says:

    Great set of links Darya. Only had time to read the link about never eating cereals today (will get to the rest later). I think cereals can be nutritious and healthy as long as your not eating the Captain Crunches and Fruit Loops of the cereal category. Eating cereals made from whole wheat without any refined sugars is key. My favorite is Cascadian Farm’s Raisin Bran cereal! Yum!

    • Rian says:

      I agree with you. I find that a small amount of cereal (carefully chosen – I now only pick cereals with a few natural ingredients and nothing else added) combined with fresh fruit and organic yoghurt (again, nothing artificial added) makes a very satisfying breakfast that keeps me going until lunchtime with no cravings.

  2. baahar says:

    Ah, nice to see Kamran’s recipe here :) The pics of the soup are gorgeous. Peppermint would go perfectly with this soup as well.

    And thanks for the list of course :)

  3. Brian says:

    That NY Times article is appalling. They must have been really, really desperate for something to write about that day.

    Lucky Charms and the like aren’t very healthy or filling, but for those who enjoy cereal I highly recommend making your own muesli. I had the real thing for the first time in Vienna about 10 years ago; there are few things more delicious. I made some recently with oats, wheat germ, wheat bran, oat bran, sunflower seeds, almonds, raisins, brown sugar, and dried cherries.

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