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More Than Half of What Americans Eat Is 'Ultra-Processed' #Health #iNewsPhoto

More Than Half of What Americans Eat Is 'Ultra-Processed'

Study: More Than Half of the Calories Americans Eat Are From 'Ultra-Processed' Foods - "And those foods account for 90 percent of U. added sugar intake, new research says.

Francis Lam, "Edna Lewis and the Black Roots of American Cooking," The New York Times Magazine (28 October 2015). The chef and author made the case for black Southern cooking as the foundation of our national cuisine. Does she get the credit she deserves? Lewis's book "The Taste of Country Cooking" was published in 1976.

Edna Lewis and the Black Roots of American Cooking

Edna Lewis and the Black Roots of American Cooking The chef and author made the case for black Southern cooking as the foundation of our national cuisine.

President Obama and the Long March - NYTimes.com

President Obama and the Long March

He took a long view in his convention speech, stressing Americans’ common bonds, consistent with the spirit that drove his historic presidency.

WINK BOOKS

WINK BOOKS

This book presents a sampling of overlooked fantastic and fantastical comics harvested from small town papers, yellowing zines, and short-lived strips. Like many other types of first-attempts, there is still much to be learned from these odd pioneers. – Kevin Kelly

Art Out of Time – Strange and now-forgotten cartoonists

<3 Heroes like this: | 24 Pictures That Will Make You Feel Better About The World

Heroes like this:

"Quincy's been waiting all week to show the garbage men his garbage truck. But, in the moment, he was overwhelmed in the presence of his heros.

Balkan delicacies — barbecued meatballs, cabbage wraps and stuffed peppers — are the basic ingredients of an entrepreneurial scheme cooked up by a group of Roma women looking to better their lives and leave the overcrowded and insalubrious camp in Rome where they currently live. (Photo: Gianni Cipriano for The New York Times)

Roma Women’s Business Plan: Cook Their Way to a Better Life

Balkan delicacies — barbecued meatballs, cabbage wraps and stuffed peppers — are the basic ingredients of an entrepreneurial scheme cooked up by a group of Roma women looking to better their lives and leave the overcrowded and insalubrious camp in Rome where they currently live. (Photo: Gianni Cipriano for The New York Times)

How a Chinese Billionaire Built Her Fortune -- Zhou Qunfei, founder of Lens Technology, has come to define a new class of female entrepreneurs in China who have built their wealth from scratch. || NYT

How a Chinese Billionaire Built Her Fortune

How a Chinese Billionaire Built Her Fortune -- Zhou Qunfei, founder of Lens Technology, has come to define a new class of female entrepreneurs in China who have built their wealth from scratch.

David Sedaris is hilarious, period. But in Me Talk Pretty One Day he manages to weave all of his funny and true stories with the idea that humans have a problem with communication. His strange experiences with people will make you question how you communicate on a daily basis.

32 Books That Will Actually Change Your Life. I am reading Me Talk Pretty One Day by David Sedaris right now and I'm in love.

Sarah Tomczak shares the 10 things her thirties taught her about herself – as part of a series on three writers turning and 50 reflecting on the decade that they’re leaving behind.

These days it seems we know less and less about what’s in our food. As big food and lawmakers have their way, ingredients sneakily make their way into our food. It’s up to us, the consumer, to research what we eat and take a closer look at the labels. We’ve already identified the many places MSG […]

Hidden GMO Ingredients: 100 to lookout for

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