From NPR: “Psychologists have known for a long time that people in East Asia think differently, on average, than do those in the U.S. and Europe. Easterners indeed tend to be more cooperative and intuitive, while Westerners lean toward individualism and analytical thinking.” Can all these differences be traced back to which grains we chose to grow?

+ Kale is a major growth crop. So when planning for the future, leave extra time for chewing.

+ Kale not your thing? Maybe you’d be more interested in 13 spliffy jobs in the marijuana industry.

+ FastCo: The hidden psychology of ordering food online. (Hint: You make up for it in volume.)