Best Time to Drink Coffee and More News

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In today's Media Mix, the dilemma between Cronut and true love, plus the most surprising food pairings
Scientists have found the most effective time to drink coffee.

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Amazing Food Combinations: Reddit users wax poetic about the best food combinations that you may not know about. Avocado, toast, and a soft-boiled egg? Sold. [Reddit]

Coffee Time: Apaprently, the best time to drink your coffee is between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., when your cortisol levels fall. [Fox]

Chefs Argue Over Seal Hunting: After Anthony Bourdain called out prominent chefs for boycotting Canadian seafood over seal hunting (the practice is apparently valued in Inuit communities), another chef argues back, "We're not opposed to the Inuit tribes continuing with what they do. What we are specifically opposed to is the commercial seal hunt." [CBC]

Cronut vs. Breakup: This long, insightful piece commenting on the commercialism of our society brings up the life-changing dilemma of whether you should accept Cronuts from someone you're going to break up with. Yes, you should. [Cosmo]

Antibiotic-Resistant Salmonella: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have found that three out of seven strains of salmonella found in Foster Farms chicken are resistent to multiple antibiotics. [Food Quality News]

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