Get Rich Through Farming; Jails That Cater to Vegans

One expert argues that, with food prices so high, a good way to get rich is to become a farmer. Hmmm, probably best not to quit your day job just yet. [Time]

Vegans who are locked up in San Francisco jails will find their dietary needs catered to. Only in S.F., kids. [SFoodie/SF Weekly]

Taco Bell announced plans to add free Wi-Fi to U.S. restaurants by 2015, at which point iPhones will probably know how to fly. You can't speed this up, guys? [TechZone 360]

Finer restaurants like Rouge Tomate and Flex Mussels are voluntarily telling diners the calorie counts in their menus [NYP]

Since products containing high-fructose corn syrup are pretty much the opposite of artisanal and hand-crafted, many chefs have started making their own sodas, ketchup, and even Worcestershire sauce. [WSJ]

After Casey Anthony was found not guilty of murdering her daughter, the #notguilty hashtag began to trend on Twitter, and who picked it up but Entenmann's, who tweeted: "Who's #notguilty of eating all the treats they want?!" [Gawker]

The city's "Healthy Bucks" program encourages the use of food stamps at farmers' markets by offering $2 in coupons for every $5 spent. [Crain's]