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Food FYI: Oklahoma university wants to patent a new steak

May 23, 2012 |  9:00 am

SteakPATENT A STEAK?

Oklahoma State University says it has worked with a meat expert to discover a new steak, dubbed Vegas Strip Steak, and has applied for a patent. [NPR]

ORGANIC = SNOOTY

According to a study published in Social Psychological and Personality Science, people who are exposed to organic foods tend to be more judgmental. [The Atlantic]

CONDIMENT LUBRICANT

A team of mechanical engineers and nano-technologists creates LiquiGlide, a "super slippery" coating for food packaging that could mean no more smacking the "57" on the Heinz bottle to eke out some ketchup. [Fast Company]

FISH AND TAXES

The IRS files a lien for $841,144 in back taxes against Washington, D.C.'s oldest sushi restaurant. [Washington Post]

CARB UP 

Milo & Olive in Santa Monica is on a list of 20 Great American Bread Bakeries. The inspiration for baker Zoe Nathan's cheese bread? Cheez-Its. [Saveur] 

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Photo: Not a Vegas Strip Steak (it's a Porterhouse). Credit: Glen Koenig/Los Angeles Times.

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