Man Gives Up Real Food for Good and More News

In today's Media Mix, the Food Book Fair returns, plus recreating the Filet-O-Fish
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The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news in the food world.

Skipping Food for Soylent: In a crazy experiment, Rob Rhinehart explains how he gave up food for basic substances that the body needs to survive, creating Soylent, a chemical mixture composed only of things your body needs. [Rob Rhinehart]

Food Book Fair Returns: The second annual event in New York returns from May 2 to May 5, with a pop-up book store, cooking demos, panel discussions, and a Coffee Crawl led by Oliver Strand and Lars Kolstad Huse. [The Daily Meal/ Food Book Fair]

Filet-O-Fish at Home: The Atlantic claims to have the recipe for a "scarily authentic" Filet-O-Fish. The secret? In the preparation, with a warm oven, microwave, and waxed paper. [The Atlantic]

Chez Panisse Closed Indefinitely: The renowned Berkeley restaurant is still recovering from a March 8 fire, pushing back reopening indefinitely. [Contra Costa Times]

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