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At the Fair, Do Calories on a Stick Count?

The Iowa State Fair is a vast, sweet, savory, shameless wonderland full of battered treats — including deep-fried butter on a stick. Read more: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/15/dining/at-the-iowa-state-fair-deep-fried-butter-on-a-stick.html?smid=pl-share ...

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Chronic ‘Butter Flavoring’ Exposure Linked to Harmful Brain Process

August 6 (HealthDay News) -- Chronic exposure to an artificial butter flavoring ingredient, known as diacetyl, may worsen the harmful effects of a protein in the brain linked to Alzheimer's disease, according to a new study. The findings should serve as a red flag for factory workers with significant e xposure to the food-flavoring ingredient, researchers from the University of Minnesota said in the report ...

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Heads, Yes. Tails, No.

July 27, 2012 Yes, rodents are eaten all over the world, but only in trendy New York would a rat be a gourmet dinner... and a statement of art. AT first glance the opening and dinner at the Allegra LaViola Gallery on the Lower East Side on Wednesday night looked like any other New York art event. There were stylish people from Brooklyn and Manhattan, in dark clothing and notable shoes. Photographs lined the ...

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Mutant Gene Makes Bad Tomatoes

Flavor Is Price of Scarlet Hue of Tomatoes, Study Finds A gene mutation that breeders latched onto because it makes a tomato uniformly red also stifles genes that contribute to its taste, researchers say. Read more: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/29/science/flavor-is-the-price-of-tomatoes-scarlet-hue-geneticists-say.html?smid=pl-share ...

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