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Organic on the Internet

(article, Culinate staff)

Salon's six-month-old food section has been busy, hopping from restaurant trends to dining etiquette to basic kitchen tips. Two recent articles that caught our eye focused on whether surfing the Web could change the way you eat and myth-busting about organic food. Theory A: Folks who spend the most time online eat the smallest portions. (Because they're so busy networking online, they like to share their small plates of food at restaurants, too.) Theory B: Organic food is better for you, so you can eat more of it. (Um, no — and organic produce isn't cleaner than non-organic produce, either.) Check 'em out.