For the Love of Food

by | Aug 21, 2015
For the Love of Food

For the Love of Food

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

This week how carbs made us smarter, the secret to building confidence, and how to raise kids that eat healthy.

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3 Responses to “For the Love of Food”

  1. Lisa says:

    Glad to see the ugly produce start up. Too bad it is only in a small geographic location. As an East-Coaster, I hardly think they will expand to my area. Hopefully this will work and others will start doing the same.

  2. Jack says:

    “paleo eating has always supported eating pre-agriculture starchy foods like potatoes and beets”

    To nitpick, beets aren’t starchy.

    About potatoes and paleo, I think a lot of the confusion stems from all of those prominent paleo bloggers (now bestselling authors, apparently) that had a few years ago a low-carb-for-everyone slant that, of course, wasn’t quite justifiable.

    Plus there are some “paleo authorities” that hold unfathomably weird opinions:

    Part of the issue boils down to the question of how – or by whom or by what – a paleo diet is to be defined. What’s written in academia? The popular press? Common sense?

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