Weekend Links is a way of sharing all the engrossing things I see around the internet. I publish Weekend Links approximately every two weeks. As usual, I welcome your ideas and feedback.
food reading links:
--A Christian food blogger talks about bread (from Kitchen Stewardship). She and her family are gluten-free for health reasons but Jesus calls himself "the Bread of Life". How does she reconcile life and faith?
--Are you a supertaster? This article includes a link to a quiz on the BBC Science website to help you find out (from The Guardian).
--A study links eating more fruits and vegetables with better moods (from Science Daily). Eating better today also improves your mood tomorrow.
--An ingenious bread made with avocados, eggs, and coconut flour (from TGIPaleo).
--I was reading about grilled prawns on the Donna Hay website (pictured)... but the part that really caught my eye was the mint salt on the side. So simple, and so clever.
--Using long, thin Japanese aubergines (eggplants), spiced like Italian sausages (from The Chubby Vegetarian).
--Roasted ginger lime Brussels sprouts sound like an amazing idea (from spabettie).
--An article (from the BBC) that suggests that eight hours of sleep a night might be unnatural. History and science seem to suggest that two four hours sleeps would be better, separated by an hour or two of wakefulness.
--I found an organising column called High Straightenence. Heehee!
What engrossing things have you seen around the internet?
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