Florida Prisoner Protests Soy Diet; UCLA Cafeteria Goes Global

• A Florida inmate is fed up with his prison’s soy-laced diet, arguing that too much soy protein endangers the body and constitutes a form of cruelty. Many significant others of vegans would surely agree. [Orlando Sentinal]

• The CEO of McDonald’s, Jim Skinner, thinks he knows how to fix the economy; of course, his first priority would be cutting business taxes. [Telegraph UK]

• Californians are pushing for a law that allows homemade food products to be available for sale. [Mercury News]

• Colleges like UCLA are bidding adieu to “mystery meat” for global offerings like sushi and pork ramen at their cafeterias. [LAT]

• Kim chi could be the next big thing. [Arirang]

• There’s not a lot to recommend about Culver City’s Mi Ranchito, even if Culver City Patch appears to be all about it. [CCP]

• Red Robin is launching a fast-casual burger chain, Red Robin Burger Works, this month. Coming soon to “non-traditional locations like airports, military bases, college campuses, food courts and stadiums” near you! [NRN]

• In EU countries, pollen will now have to be labeled as an ingredient in honey, after a German beekeeper found some genetically modified Bavarian pollen in his honey. [Daily Mail UK]

Florida Prisoner Protests Soy Diet; UCLA Cafeteria Goes Global