Salt Intake Linked to Snoring and More News

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In today's Media Mix, how long can food last in the fridge? Plus, Grant Achatz and Alex Stupak host a second dinner
A survey finds a link between salt intake and sleep apnea.

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Salt and Snoring: A survey found a link between increased salt intake and sleep apnea. Perhaps the cure to your sleeping woes is simply reducing the amount of salt you're eating? [HuffPo]

Freezing Food FAQ: Can you eat that year-old steak in your fridge? Probably, one expert says. [CTV News]

Student Contest for Food Change: The White House has launched an Agricultural Innovation Prize contest, asking students to come up with ideas to rethink the food system, with the winning team earning $100,000. [Grist]

Bathroom Attendants: Next Tipping Debate? Should restaurants have awkward bathroom attendants? Balthazar's attendants spark a debate. [First We Feast]

Stupak and Achatz Dinner: Alex Stupak and Grant Achatz will host an encore dinner this Friday, following their Thanksgiving dinner Thursday. Tickets are $325 a person. [Grub Street]

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