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Fwd: Roundup and gluten intolerance; cinnamon rolls; homemade peanut butter; more

From: Melissa M
Sent on: Monday, March 3, 2014 5:15 PM
Article: Correlation between round up &
Gluten intolerance?

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Celiac Diseas and Glyphosate   Roundup and Gluten Intolerance

Roundup could be the cause of the epidemic of “gluten intolerance,” according to a new study. Farmers use glyphosate to control weeds and to dry down crops just before harvest.

Something’s wrong.

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Cinnamon Rolls   Baking Cinnamon Rolls

An abundance of butter, cinnamon and brown sugar is what makes cinnamon rolls memorable. Never be stingy with those ingredients and never, ever be stingy in spreading happiness.

Nothin' like 'em.

Bags of Peanuts   Homemade Peanut Butter

Making your own peanut butter is easy, as blogger Lanette Lepper discovered. And you control how it’s sweetened — no more high-fructose corn syrup.

Whiz some up.

Chili with Beans   Red Kidney Beans in the Slow Cooker

Red kidney beans — commonly added to chili — can be the source of Red Kidney Bean poisoning, caused by a toxin called Phytohaemagglutin, or kidney bean lectin.

There’s an easy fix.

Choosing Oil   Cooking Oil Labels

Oil labeling is complex, with a few terms that have legal meaning, many terms that are mere marketing hype, and some terms that are downright misleading.

Buyer, beware!

Fiesta Beef Potpie   Fiesta Beef Potpie

This little pie is as delicious as it is beautiful! Flavors include everything from wheat germ and cheddar cheese to beef chuck, crunchy corn and southwestern spices.

Great for guests.


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