Juice That Kale

“If you wish to converse with me, define your terms.” ― Voltaire I have been promising for a while to get to a discussion of vegetarianism, and the first post appeared just a bit ago. We need to address the three big claims of the vegetarian, and also vegan, ways of eating: that they are […]

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Ask Fatty Felicity III

Back by popular demand, it’s Ask Fatty Felicity, the write-in column where you get to ask all your burning questions about Fat, Diet, and the Meaning of Life! Let’s get right to today’s burning questions: Dear Fatty Felicity, I thought you were going to do a post on vegetarianism? —Bernard Blackmantle I thought I was […]

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Live Long and Prosper

That would be unwise. –Spock A few posts ago I promised to address the horrifying statement I made that vegetarianism (and even more veganism) is immoral.

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The Ball Keeps On A ‘Rollin

Receipt for the Celebrated Mrs. Burns’ Stewed Oysters, Philadelphia, PA: 75 oysters parboiled and stewed, then add 3 pints of cream, 3/4 pound of best butter; season with cayenne pepper and salt to taste. –Colonial Receipt Book: Celebrated Old Receipts used a century ago by Mrs. Goodfellow’s Cooking School; also Famous old Creole and Moravian […]

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Get the Ball Re-Rolling With An Easy One

Most people don’t know why they’re doing what they’re doing. They imitate others, go with the flow, and follow paths without making their own. –Derek Sivers Today, I have in my home five workmen drilling holes through various walls in an attempt to rig a fix to an enormous plumbing leak. The apartment I rent […]

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Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

I wasn’t there. Sometimes that’s the best place to be. ― Marty Rubin Folks, I’ve been gone an awful long time; and if you were missing this blog, then you are probably the only one. I had an enormous writing project I’ve been working on the last couple years, and in the blaze of its […]

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Practice Makes Perfect

I go running when I have to. When the ice cream truck is doing sixty. – Wendy Liebman We spend a fair amount of time on this blog looking at the illogicality of bad science. Let’s practice again today, shall we?

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