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Lunch Room Chatter: Roundup gives plants AIDS?

The latest in food news, ideas and philosophy, just in time for your lunch break.

* Does Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide give plants AIDS? (AlterNet)

* The new Clyde’s may never sleep. (Washington Business Journal)

* Israeli food has nothing to do with Jewish-American food, which is just awful. (TIME)

* Minnesota lawmakers don’t want to talk about a bill that protects animal abuse.(Simple, Good and Tasty)

* The farm-to-table movement has produced a farm-to-feeder movelet in New Jersey. (USDA blog)

* Burger Kings in Japan offer three species between two buns. (Esquire)

* Robert Sietsema’s modest proposal to feed the hungry. (Village Voice)

* Geoffrey Zakarian allegedly charged cooks for staff meals they never ate. (NY Times)

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