On the Blogs: The Truth Behind Pepper, a Vegetarian Shark and the Best Beer

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The Salt: Is black pepper the secret ingredient to weight loss? A recent study claims yes, but actual benefits may be minimal.

Tree Hugger: There is one shark you don't have to be afraid of in the water. Six-foot Florence is the world's first vegetarian shark.

New York Times: Need incentive for improving your eating habits? A new invention promises cash rewards for healthy eating.

LA Weekly: The new scrapbook-esque children's book, The Delicious Life of Julia Child, is a quirky and fun read for kids and adults.

Slate: Is there such a thing as the "best beer in the world?" Russian River Brewing Company’s Pliny the Younger has taken the title according to BeerAdvocate.com.

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