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Dietary Supplements: The End of the Minibar, Paper or Plastic, and More

Latte art and ethanol earmarks feature in our daily round-up of news and links from GOOD Food HQ.

Satsuma's (a Japanese seedless fruit) "mindshare" is way up in the first quarter of 2011, according to companies who monitor social media buzz around different ingredients.

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Dietary Supplements: Book Covers That Are Good Enough to Eat

Phallic cucumber humor, the renaissance of the meatless patty, and more in the daily round-up of news and links from GOOD Food HQ.

A radiation spike in Tokyo's tap water has prompted new fears about food contamination.

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Dietary Supplements: Celebrities, Champagne, and Baby Carrots

Baby carrots are the new Doritos, Armand de Brignac is the new Cristal, and Europe celebrates biodiversity while declaring a ban on GM crops illegal.

"Choking may have been preferable to spitting out bat stubble." Boston restaurateur describes grilled bat as "the single worst thing I have ever eaten in my entire life."

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Dietary Supplements: Plant Pain and Pigeon Milk

In today's daily round-up of what we're reading at GOOD Food HQ, we show you how to make a watermelon french fry. And much more besides.

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One perfect Araucana egg meets nuclear meltdown in 140 characters or less.

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Dietary Supplements: Gold Dust, Pepperoni Potatoes, and the Cheese Police

Standing in alcohol won't get you drunk, and other important news, in today's daily roundup of what we're reading at GOOD Food HQ. Enjoy!

We have been remiss in delivering your dietary supplements for the past couple of days: apologies. Today's is a bumper crop to make up for it!

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Dietary Supplements: The Insanity of Plastic Banana Bags

Military chocolate milk and Jimmy Choos are being served up in today's daily roundup of what we're reading at GOOD Food HQ. Enjoy!

According to The Economist's latest report on feeding the world, far too much food never reaches the plate.

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