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A Wish to Never Eat Farmed Salmon Ever: The New York Times’ Mark Bittman is concerned about the future of fish. Given that worldwide consumption of seafood has doubled over the past few decades and the state of the aquaculture industry (wherein wild-caught fish are turned into meal for farmed fish), the sea is being depleted of its stock. One piece of advice? “It would help if the world’s wealthiest fish-eaters (they include us, folks) would broaden their appetites. Mackerel, anyone?” [nytimes.com]
Sandra’s Story: A profile of Sandra Lee was released in the latest issue of Vogue, and it chronicles her rise from a chaotic childhood to becoming the first girlfriend of New York. And, of course, some semi-homemade cooking happened in between. [vogue.com]
Cookie-Stuffed Cookies: Our minds are imploding at the possibilities for Girl Scout-stuffed Cookies. And at the thought of stuffing a double-stuffed cookie into another cookie. Triple-stuffed? Yes, please. [seriouseats.com]
Insects: The Future of Meat? The introduction to this article says it all: “Insects are nutritious and easy to raise without harming the environment. They also have a nice nutty taste.” Are you bugging out over this news or are you contemplating how to cook those grasshoppers? [wsj.com]
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