I have to eat gluten free because of intolerances, but even if I didn't have intolerances, I might consider taking a break from wheat and gluten to see how my body felt. You should consider it seeing that it is one of the "Top 7 Allergens."
My grandmother has never been an amazing cook. She hated cooking and always took the easy way out. Microwave “baked” potatoes, instant mashed potatoes, seasoning packets of every variety, her cookies were made from boxed cake mix, and her chicken salad was made with store bought rotisserie chicken. The only two things Alice Meisel ever made from scratch was matzo ball soup and Passover dinner, specifically “The Best Passover Brisket.”
I am a vegan. Let me delve deeper into what it really means for me to be a vegan. My ethics, my passion, and my vision for the future lies within my belief or better yet my ethics for equality between all species. In many ways it could be an issue by just the way people tend to lean towards how they treat their foods. Some people believe that it's completely okay to eat unhealthy just because their body “has low metabolism” or “I have a disease” and those people are the people who make excuses, excuses for everything. Your disease nor your metabolism should grant you the right to be lazy and unhealthy, to pack seven bags of chips in your cart and to only put a single fruit like strawberries in just so you can drown it in Hershey's chocolate syrup later. For the people who make excuses that they need their vitamins and protein and that veganism does not supply that for them. There are plenty of vitamins and proteins in foods other than meat, milk, and eggs. To the people who make the excuse “I just can't live without…” people need to learn how to stop making excuses and open their eyes to the truth.
Germany and beer go together like peanut butter and jelly. It's just a fact of life. German culture had a huge impact on our world's drinking culture as a whole, and for many beer aficionados, going to Germany means going to the Mecca of beer.
The South is one of those rare American regions that's known for having jawdroppingly amazing, super-mouthwatering food. Unfortunately, it's also known for having food that's so decadent, it'll kill you if you eat too much of it.
With Wittenberg University getting a second Starbucks location inside Thomas library, it’s set in stone that Springfield will have at least four of the coffee shops in town by this time next year. While this news may be exciting to fans of the company—especially to those college students who couldn’t get their Starbucks fix while away at school—it could mean death for small, local shops in the area.