Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.
This week eggs and romaine recalled, you aren’t as active as you think, and gluten-free is impossible.
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Links of the week
- 206 Million Eggs Recalled Over Salmonella Fears – Industrial eggs at it again. Ugh. (NY times)
- E. Coli Linked to Chopped Romaine Lettuce Infects People in 11 States – Speaking of industrial food… are you over this shit (literally) yet? (NY Times)
- It’s not your fitness tracker — it’s you – Another example of how what you believe about your health habits doesn’t necessarily reflect reality. (ScienceDaily)
- How to Clean and Fillet Fresh Sardines – I’ve always wanted to learn to cook whole, fresh sardines, but have been too intimidated to buy them. This makes it look so easy. You don’t even need a knife. (Serious Eats)
- Warm Ocean Mind: Becoming Immersed in the Moment – A nice reframe on presence. (Zen Habits)
- The Dilemma of the Gluten-Free Diet – Apparently eating gluten-free is virtually impossible. Hmm. (WSJ)
- Pasta Just Became The Latest Weight Loss Cure, But We Have Bad News For You – LOLZ. (Science Alert)
- The Power of Umami – Proper seasoning is the secret to making food that tastes good. Don’t forget the umami. (Stone Soup)
- Sitting is Bad for Your Brain, Not Just Your Heart or Metabolism – I’d file this under hypothesis-generating observation rather than firm conclusion, but I’m glad researchers are taking a look here. (Neuroscience News)
- Roasted Asparagus with Lemon Zest & Cheese – Spring has sprung! Here’s an easy classic for the season. (Foraged Dish)
What inspired you this week?