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  1. Cool Down With A Hot Drink? It’s Not As Crazy As You Think : The Salt : NPR

    Hot tea might not sound like the most refreshing of drinks for a 100-degree day. But neuroscientists say that receptors in your mouth may send a cool message when they detect hot foods.

    http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2012/07/11/156378713/cool-down-with-a-hot-drink-its-not-as-crazy-as-you-think

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  2. We Evolved To Eat Meat, But How Much Is Too Much? : The Salt : NPR

    Scientists agree we evolved to eat meat, but some of us may be pushing the limits of consumption. Paleo diet enthusiasts believe meals should be more like early man’s, but modern doctors disagree.

    http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2012/06/25/155588094/we-evolved-to-eat-meat-but-how-much-is-too-much?sc=fb&cc=fp

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  3. Salt & Fat #2: Cooking with Love

    Spend Valentine’s Day doing something you love — cooking, of course! Jim and Neven chat about why you should cancel your dinner reservations for February 14, dining for amateurs and how a grilled cheese can be an act of love.

    http://muleradio.net/saltandfat/2/

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  4. What I Could Do With a Duck - Salt & Fat - Mule Radio Syndicate

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  5. Starting fresh - Salt & Fat - Mule Radio Syndicate

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  6. Salt & Fat #1: Stocking Your Larder

    We dug deep into the Mule Radio archives to find the earliest episode of Salt & Fat, recorded way back in the fall of 2011. Neven and Jim start off with a conversation about where the name came from, who’s who, still-in-season tomatoes, first recipes and what in the world a “larder” is.

    http://muleradio.net/saltandfat/1/

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  7. Salt & Fat Podcast Episode 3: Kitchen Manners

    Amazingly we’ve been followers of Neven Mrgan for years on various social media platforms and only recently found out that he, along with co-host Jim Ray, has started a new food podcast on Mule Radio to supplement their Salt and Fat blog. In the latest episode…

    http://podcast.co.uk/salt-fat-podcast-episode-3-kitchen-manners/

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  8. Salt - Part One

    Something insignificant is sometimes said to be worth "a pinch of salt." On the other hand, people of impeccable integrity are often called, "the salt of the earth." Salt is now among the most common substances on earth, although once it was rarer and more valuable than gold. Paul Kennedy considers the incredible history, science and mythology of salt.

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  9. Epi Pens All Over the House - Salt & Fat - Mule Radio Syndicate

    http://www.muleradio.net/saltandfat/24/

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  10. Harold McGee’s ‘Keys To Good Cooking’ For Chefs

    His latest book, the Keys to Good Cooking, is a how-to guide for home chefs in which McGee, a food science expert, explains techniques for kicking recipes up a few notches. McGee details why people perceive flavors differently, offers his thoughts on seasonings and explains why searing meat doesn’t seal in the juices.

    McGee joins Fresh Air’s Terry Gross to offer advice for harried home cooks wondering whether it’s safe to eat that shrimp in the back of the freezer (maybe) or whether it’s worth it to buy that fancy new appliance (also maybe).

    http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=130697865

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