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Salt Sugar Fat by Michael Moss. Read it and weep.

Read June 2014 Recommended for people who eat ★    ★    ★    ★     1/2 “We rarely get in the situation where our body and brain are depleted of nutrients and are actually in need of replenishment. Rather, he … Continue reading

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Eats Shoots & Leaves by Lynne Truss. Don’t forget ‘laughs.’

Read April 2014 Recommended for fans of writing, communicating ★   ★   ★   ★ I confess:  I frequently find myself self-conscious about my use of punctuation. A few years back, I even bought a copy of Strunk and White’s The Elements of … Continue reading

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Gulp. by Mary Roach. Adventurous, in a bumper-car kind of way.

Read April 2014 Recommended for fans of digesting and laughing ★   ★   ★   for humor,     ★   ★   1/2  for information While reading, I was reminded of long-ago biology studies, and the simplest members of Animalia that are little more … Continue reading

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Humans of New York by Brandon Stanton. Recommended for humans.

Read December 2013 ★  ★  ★  ★  ★ I’ve been following Humans of New York on Facebook for some time now. As a long time NYC-ophile, it captures everything I love about the people-zoo that is my vision of New … Continue reading

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Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely. Unpredictable.

Read November/December 2013 ★  ★ First, major shout-out to Carly for inspiring me to read this one. While I love stretching my science muscles, it isn’t my first choice for enjoyment reading material, especially during the school year. Despite initial … Continue reading

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