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Polarizing Foods

Slate: No matter how you slice it, the wiggly cylinder of cranberry sauce à la can tends to get a reaction on Thanksgiving. For some, this ridged wonder summons nostalgia for Thanksgivings past or glee for its Jell-O-like slurpability. Others can’t get past the jiggle or the idea that this More

Can Absence Make the Mind Grow Fonder?

The Atlantic: Of our modern marketplace, The Economist wrote: “Choice seduces the modern consumer at every turn.” But what happens when we stop consuming something? Does that make us want it more? Or less? The question of whether something becomes more attractive the less you have of it depends on many factors. More