Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup. It’s good to be back!
I included a few more than 10 links this week because they were good and, well, it’s been forever. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
This week the value of taking the elevator, why (you think) healthy food is less satisfying, and the best oils for cooking.
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Links of the week
An Argument for Less Intense Exercise <<Speaking of unsexy resolutions, how about just take a daily walk? I love this. (Huffington Post)
Why we’re losing foods we love, why it matters, and how we can stop it <<Diversity. We need it. It tastes good. Industrial agriculture is killing it. This is a great read. (Washington Post)
In Defense of Food and the Rise of ‘Healthy-ish’ <&…