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Food FYI: Yes or no to farmed salmon?

May 3, 2012 |  9:00 am

Salmon
TO THE SALMON PENS 

Food Safety News visits a salmon farm in Chile, asking "questions about our perceptions of farmed salmon, about antibiotics and Omega 3 fatty acids and food coloring." 

THE HOUSE THAT PIZZA BUILT

Mitt Romney marvels at the Kentucky home of Papa John's pizza chain founder John Schnatter, reports The Times: "You know if a Democrat were here, he'd look around and say, 'No one should live like this.' Republicans come here and say, 'Everyone should live like this.'" 

SLAYER MAKES WINE

Thrash band Slayer enters the wine business with their first offering, a 2010 California Cabernet Sauvignon called Reign in Blood Red, says Wine Spectator. It's available only in Sweden. 

A SUPERIOR WATER BOTTLE

Looking for the perfect water bottle? NotCot blog finds the Stanley Nineteen13 1-Handed Water Bottle. It has "a simple push button spout which can be drunk from 360 degrees, a nice rubbery ring and loop to attach to a bag, etc., and it even fits in bike cages and car cup holders."

ABOUT 'EARL GREY'....

Andrew Shaffer tells the New York Times it took 10 days to write "Fifty Shames of Earl Grey," his parody of the best-selling erotic novel "Fifty Shades of Grey."

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-- Betty Hallock

Photo: Salmon at a Marine Harvest plant near Puerto Montt, Chile. Credit: Diego Diudice/Bloomberg News.

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