The Morning Brew: Wednesday, 6.11

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A government official in Myanmar claims that food shortages are not imminent weeks after the devastating cyclone Nargis. (AFP)

Rising food costs force the World Food Program to abandon a breakfast program for kids in Cambodia. (USA Today)

"The Minimalist" Mark Bittman offers practical tips on how to eat less meat. (New York Times)

Official Gut Check celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is busted for catching and cooking endangered eels. (Daily Telegraph)

-Ian Froeb

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