Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.
This week the benefits of eating early, alternative milks lose their status, and the best time to exercise.
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Links of the week
- When We Eat, or Don’t Eat, May Be Critical for Health – If you’re a late night eater or a breakfast skipper you need to read this whole thing. (NY Times)
- Los Angeles Times restaurant critic Jonathan Gold dies at 57 – What a tragedy. If you aren’t familiar with J Gold’s work, it is worth taking a moment to read how he changed the food scene in LA. (LA Times)
- FDA Defends Decision To Reclassify Alternative Milks As ‘Nut Sweat’ – This is a joke. But only kinda. Another victory for the dairy industry. (The Onion)
- Should You Exercise in the Morning, Afternoon, or Evening? – FYI. (Quick and Dirty Tips)
- Worried about whether your child is eating enough? Some helpful guidelines and advice. – Helpful tips. (Washington Post)
- Several Snack Foods Recalled After Potential Salmonella Risk Identified – Jeez. Seems like nothing is safe anymore. (NY Times)
- Salmonella-tainted raw turkey has sickened 90 across 26 states, CDC says – This one is probably more relevant to you guys than the junk food recall above. (Washington Post)
- Eat less meat: more evidence from climate change and health – “The top 5 meat and dairy companies combined emit more greenhouse gases than ExxonMobile, Shell or BP.” (Food Politics)
- A 4-Day Workweek? A Test Run Shows a Surprising Result – Amazing. Not food related, but certainly relevant to making life awesome. (NY Times)
- Roasted Zucchini, Corn & Basil Salad – Summer in a bowl. (Foraged Dish)
What inspired you this week?