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Lunch Room Chatter: Got oxidized milk solids?

* The public is already placing bets for Sam Sifton’s replacement. (Eater)

* Prepare yourself: The Easy-Bake Oven has a new look. (AP)

* Food is a dangerous business, and perhaps not for the reasons you think. (Food & Think)

* Should parents wear Tyvek when pouring their kids apple juice? (WaPo)

* There are more Starbucks in New York City than subway stations. (NY Times)

* “There are so many additives and processes involved that buying a gallon of milk or a cup of yogurt at your grocery store essentially guarantees that you’ll get a mixture of substances from all over the country — and possibly the world.” (Grist)

* Try to find someone you know who didn’t buy yesterday’s Living Social deal on Whole Foods. (WaPo)

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