For The Love Of Food

by | Nov 11, 2011

For The Love of Food

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

This week I found a fantastic piece on the environmental impact of real meat versus fake meat (read this book if you’d like to learn more on this topic), another about how the honey market is flooded with a fake product, as well as two counter arguments in the great 8 glasses-a-day debate. Good readin’!

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3 Responses to “For The Love Of Food”

  1. baahar says:

    As always, thanks for the list :)

    As for cutting boards, I’m eying these lovelies for a long time now:
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/grayworksdesign

  2. Brian says:

    Enjoyed the articles on water consumption. The eight glasses a day “rule” is so pervasive in the fitness community and it is repeated with such forcefulness that it’s tempting to accept it as gospel truth. On reflection, I think it’s kind of amusing that some people feel they need to consciously regulate activities such as drinking. “Oh, it’s 1pm, time for my bi-hourly glass of water.” The body is quite good at determining when it needs more fluids and will let you know in no uncertain terms. If you feel thirsty, have a drink. It’s really that simple!

  3. Natalie says:

    Love the meat vs soy burger article. I eat a lot of vegetarian meals, but no soy. It also helps to not buy anything that comes in a box. BTW, fact or myth: should vegetarians supplement B12?

    What inspired me this week?

    This recipe – Poppy Seed-Crusted Butternut Squash with Kale and Pomegranates (I love this blog):
    http://mynewroots.blogspot.com/

    My son also made me buy a hubbard squash. I was skeptical, but it turned out great! Definitely not as sweet as delicata or butternut, but a very good texture and nutty flavor.

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