Estrogen-laced plastics and a look at the art of wine label writing in today's daily roundup of what we're reading at GOOD Food HQ. Enjoy!
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The majority of BPA-free plastics also have high levels of estrogenic activity.
<p> Vladimir Mironov, an <a href="../../../post/a-carnery-where-meat-gets-manufactured-in-the-future/">in-vitro meat researcher in South Carolina</a>, has been <a href="http://www.nature.com/news/2011/110225/full/news.2011.119.html?s=news_rss">indefinitely suspended from his job</a>.</p><p> <a href="http://www.porknetwork.com/pork-news/latest/New-pork--slogan-designed-to-inspire-consumers--117395948.html">It's no longer the other white meat</a>. "Pork. Be inspired."</p><p> <a href="http://www.avclub.com/articles/new-fastfood-roundup-taco-bell-beefy-crunch-burrit,52698/">This</a> is how to review fast food. Sample: "The burger has a spongy texture, and leaks juices that taste like mortality."</p><p> And, finally, a long read for the weekend: <a href="http://www.ediblegeography.com/land-language-and-wine-labels-an-interview-with-william-l-fox/">A conversation with William L. Fox</a>, respected author, former poet, and Director of the <a href="http://artenvironment.ning.com/">Center for Art + Environment</a> at the Nevada Museum of Art who, it turns out, has occasionally moonlighted as a wine label writer:</p><blockquote> <p> A back wine label is the ultimate in the blurbing business. If you think Stephen King’s blurbs have to be a paragon of precision, think about how compact the back label of a wine bottle is. You have so few words—eighty would be lengthy.</p>\n</blockquote><p> <em><a href="../../../tag/dietary-supplements">Dietary Supplements</a> is a daily round-up of what we're reading at GOOD Food HQ</em>.</p><p> <em>Cartoon by James Thurber for The New Yorker, <a href="http://www.texashillcountryfoodie.com/Wine/AllYouNeedToKnow.htm">via</a>.</em></p><br/>
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