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  1. The Disgusting Contents of Worcestershire Sauce (and Why It s Called That)

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    Worcestershire sauce, sometimes known as “Worcester sauce” is a savoury sauce that is often added to meat and fish dishes or, if you like your alcoholic beverages, the Bloody Mary cocktail. It may (or may not depending on how much you research your sauce choices) surprise you to learn that it’s literally made from fermented fish and spices.

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    http://www.foodsofengland.co.uk/worcesterorworcestershiresauce.htm http://www.cookthink.com/reference/765/Why_is_it_called_Worcestershire_sauce http://www.wired.com/magazine/2010/05/st_whatsinside_worcestershire/ http://seattletimes.com/pacificnw/2001/0128/taste.html http://books.google.co.uk/books?i

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  2. How To Clean Up Fish Farms And Raise More Seafood At The Same Time : The Salt : NPR

    Coastal fish farms are a major source of the seafood we eat, but all the fish waste they generate takes a toll on the environment. So a researcher in Canada is trying to clean up fish farms by creating an ecosystem where fish waste gets taken up by other valuable seafood commodities, like shellfish and kelp.

    http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2013/06/10/188431577/how-to-clean-up-fish-farms-and-raise-more-seafood-at-the-same-time?ft=1&f=1053

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  3. On This Week’s Special Sauce: Kenji Talks the Food Lab, Baths, and Becoming a Cook | Serious Eats

    I’ve known Serious Eats Managing Culinary Director J. Kenji López-Alt for a long time, but even I was surprised by what I learned when I interviewed him for the latest episode of the Serious Eats podcast, Special Sauce. Wait until you hear his mom’s reaction when he told her that he was going to become a cook after he graduated from MIT.

    http://www.seriouseats.com/2015/11/special-sauce-podcast-kenji-food-lab.html

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