Woman Addicted to Eating Couch Cushions

Food News for Monday, January 24

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: The bizarre story of a woman in Florida who is addicted to eating her couch cushions. Plus, the most stressful dinner party in the world, champagne in cans, and the news that eating breakfast after a workout may help lose weight.

Read on for more news of the day via Food News Journal. 

Woman Addicted to Eating Couch Cushions - TIME
Eating Breakfast After Workout May Help Lose Weight - NBC
Saffron fakes don't fool cook - New Zealand Herald
UK scientist: GM crops key to human survival - Observer UK
The most stressful dinner party in the world? - BBC News
Top Food Porn Pics from Fancy Food Show - Westword
Welcome to the Food Deserts of Rural America - Grist
Brussel Sprouts: America's Most Hated Vegetable - Slate
My Big Idea: Champagne in Cans - Financial Times
How Via Steamed Up Instant-Coffee Category - Ad Age

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