Five interesting bits of food news from the ether:

Is Organic Better? It Depends by Carol Ness (SF Chronicle):

The Chron's no. 1 food-news reporter

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Food Section: November 28, 2007

Five interesting bits of food news from the ether:

Is Organic Better? It Depends by Carol Ness (SF Chronicle):

The Chron's no. 1 food-news reporter surveys the new crop of studies that appear to be showing that yes, organic produce may have more nutrients than conventional ones.

Better Cured Meat Begins on the Hoof by Jane Black (Washington Post)

Want better bacon? Raise better hogs. Urgh, wait, I feel a Dean Martin moment coming on...Mangalitsa, I adoreya, Mannn-galitsaaaaaaa.

Is Food Still Too Cheap? by Nicholas Day (Chow.com)

A wrap-up of news stories from Chow's Grinder blog about why soy, dairy, and eggs are getting so much more expensive, and why they're probably going to stay that way.

Drinks With a Little Meat on Their Bones by Paul Clarke (Serious Eats)

The author, sadly, has not tasted Seattle's own contribution to the genre.

And my favorite story of the month, possibly 2007:

Poultry Fat Spill Causes Stinky Mess (AP)

Sadly, there are no photos, but to watch a genius video pairing for this deee-licious story, be sure to click on the link in the comments section.

 
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