Dietary Supplements: Bagel Dreams and a Farmers' Market for Cannabis Dietary Supplements: Bagel Dreams and a Farmers' Market for Cannabis
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Dietary Supplements: Bagel Dreams and a Farmers' Market for Cannabis

by Nicola Twilley

March 4, 2011

Did you see or eat a bagel in your dreams last night? Your life may be missing key elements. A dubious guide to the interpretation of food dreams.

If a dairy cow eats alfalfa or corn with genetically modified genes, is its milk still organic?

Fix food safety by bringing back the poison squad. Come on, it worked in 1906.

If, in the depths of winter, you occasionally buy a tomato from Florida, you MUST read this.

Forget Nutella: Europe's secret spread weapon is Spekuloos, made from crushed Biscoff cookies.

Secrets of the avocado, including the fact that the Spanish used the almond-smelling fluid from its pits to make indelible red ink for official documents.

Today's photo is from the Seattle Times' coverage of the city's first cannabis farmers' market. An estimated 600 medical-marijuana patients came to purchase locally-grown, organic weed, telling reporters that "it was nice to be able to talk to some of the two dozen pot providers on hand about the effects of various strains."

Dietary Supplements is a daily round-up of what we're reading at GOOD Food HQ.

Photo by Chris Joseph Taylor for the Seattle Times.

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Dietary Supplements: Bagel Dreams and a Farmers' Market for Cannabis