For The Love Of Food

by | Oct 5, 2012

For The Love of Food

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

And we’re back! Sorry for the hiatus, I had to spend a few weeks finishing up a big project I’m working on. Keep calm and carry on.

This week lard is making a comeback, salt may improve your coffee, and why we aren’t eating more GMO animals.

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10 Responses to “For The Love Of Food”

  1. Dee says:

    I’ll build my stamina with stair climbing and I’ll pass on that fatty (probably delicious) lentil soup! …. Oh lard… What does health science now say about white margarine that is used as lard alternative?

    Happy Friday!

  2. Alicia says:

    Hi Darya,

    I sent you and email because I thought this was part of your subscription membership and didn’t realize it was a blog post. I’m hoping you can direct me to the referenced science Dr. Weil speaks of in his Lard article, since he did not provide it. Greatly appreciate it thanks!

  3. Katherine says:

    I’m glad for the love of food is back! I look forward to it every Friday.

  4. Diane in Los Angeles says:

    “it may be best to eat fish instead of taking individual omega-3 fatty acids in supplement form”

    No surprise there–real food is always better than a crappy diet plus supplements!

  5. AJ says:

    Hi, Darya! Thanks for your links of the week, as always. What has been your average weekly (or monthly) rice intake, and based on this new report on arsenic contamination, how do you think you might alter your intake, if at all?

  6. Throughout that movie, they’re traveling from place to place, but is that really safe. Who’s
    gonna keep ‘em down. (see next point).

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