For the Love of Food

by | May 1, 2015

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

In case you missed it, this week I announced the launch of Foodist Kitchen, a program to teach you to cook without recipes in just 30 days. The response has been absolutely amazing.

I’m even more impressed with the activity of the Foodist Kitchen community. There is so much love and support going on, and people are already having HUGE wins in the kitchen.

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It’s wonderful to see, and we’d love to have you join us in Foodist Kitchen.

But back to links….

This week calorie labels are wrong (again), potassium trumps salt, and a simple trick for making healthier food choices.

Too busy to read them all? Try this awesome free speed reading app I just discovered to read at 300+ wpm. So neat!

Want to see all my favorite links? (There’s lots more). Be sure to follow me on on Delicious. I also share links on Twitter @summertomato and the Summer Tomato Facebook page. I’m very active on all these sites and would love to connect with you. (Yes, I took that picture of the pepper heart myself.)

Links of the week

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3 Responses to “For the Love of Food”

  1. Alina says:

    Hi Darya, I just wanted to let you know that I wrote a post today in which I mention and link to Summer Tomato, and the very interesting post in which you talk about cooking without a recipe. Hope you like it and all the best, go the Foodist Kitcken!!

    Alina
    http://www.eclecticalu.blogspot.com

  2. Marty says:

    The whole calorie counting concept is fascinating. I recently went to a talk on the microbiome and at some point, almost as a side-note, she mentioned that people vary in the amount of amylase they produce which causes variation in broken-down starch available for microbes in the gut. It made me consider the inherent variation in bioavalability of calories and nutrition on a genetic level that I never stopped to think about.

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