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Dietary Supplements: Friday, January 28

Dietary Supplements is a daily roundup of what we're reading at GOOD Food HQ. Enjoy!

The perverse economics of all-you-can-eat pizza means that the less you like the pizza, the more you'll eat of it. Mmm.


Smelling bacon-scented water tricks your brain into "tasting" salt, in an effect researchers say might be help counterbalance "the sensory shortcomings of salt-reduced foods.”

Montreal's fish are absorbing Prozac from the city's sewage outflow, which makes their brain cells less active. Scientists say it's still OK to eat your catch.

A Dutch Member of the European Parliament has proposed a new local food logo for food produced within 30 miles of the point of sale.

Also in The Netherlands: Photographer Gerco de Ruijter uses a camera mounted on a fishing rod to capture these amazing images of precision-farmed tree nurseries.

And, for today's extra credit, a link to another list of links: Pruned's Agro-O-Rama adds a seventeenth course to your Food for Thinkers tasting menu, one which contains conflict flowers, the BioSteel™ Goat, and soil maps of Africa.

Dietary Supplements is a daily roundup of what we're reading at GOOD Food HQ. Enjoy!

Image: 002 by Gerco de Ruijter, 28" x 28", from "Baumschule" (2008-2010), via BLDGBLOG.

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