Edible Illusions and Daniel Plan (a.k.a. the God Diet)

3 Posted by - gennaio 17, 2014 - Gorgelous Weekly
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Our weekly roundup on tasty news from around the world and here’s what we are reading on…

TRAVEL BITES

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Computer geek, college dropout, self-taught photographer, world traveler, and conceptual artist… Einstein’s Camera | Matter — Medium

FOOD & ART

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Un progetto a cavallo tra scienza e arte del Professor Adam Summers, che insegna Comparative Vertebrate Biomechanics all’Università di Washington… Lische spettacolari: pesci come non li avete mai visti | Linkiesta

There is a peculiar curiosity in looking at the contemporary world using art’s classical themes and codes… Recycled beauty | trendtablet.com

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From painting and drawing to bootlegging and cricket… Henry Hargreaves | Photographer | henryhargreaves.com

Mind Matters series on the neuroscience behind visual illusions… Food for Thought: Creating Edible Illusions and Great Art | Scientific American

FOOD STYLING

You have characters you love to love or love to hate, wonderfully tangled story lines and costumes… Styling food for Downton Abbey is like catering, except one meal has to last all day | The Splendid Table

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Italian artists Antonio Magliocchetti and Stefano Adorinni create everyday scenes in minute detail using food and drink… Miniature world food art | theguardian.com

HEALTHY NOTES

This diet plan is based on the eating habits of the Old Testament prophet Daniel, who refused rich foods and ate only vegetables for 10 days to demonstrate his resistance… Lose weight now, ask the Bible how | Eatocracy – CNN.com Blogs

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Scientists and engineers in Europe are embarking on a quest to see if they can change the way young people at risk for becoming obese eat… Tech Could Treat Bad Eating Behaviors | Discovery News

Perhaps you’re more interested in unearthing the secrets of the world’s leanest people… The Empty-Diet-Claim Season | NYTimes.com

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“If you’re concerned about your health, you should probably avoid products that make health claims. Why? Because a health claim on a food product is a strong indication it’s not really food, and food is what you want to eat” ~Michael Pollan, In Defense of Food

Delightfully yours,
Orsola Ciriello Kogan @ Food Meditations