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Old 06-10-2005, 05:33 AM
 
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I've recently started learning about this whole health food thing
(since regular American food is horrible for my health and I can't take
it anymore). As far as I know, veggies have a lot of nutrients, so do
you even need to eat any grains? I was thinking of buying King Arthur
whole wheat flour and making my own bread, but I'm not going to do it
if it's not really worth it for the amount of nutrition it gives.


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Old 07-10-2005, 03:20 PM
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Jerry Story wrote:

wrote:

wrote:

I've recently started learning about this whole health food thing
(since regular American food is horrible for my health and I can't take
it anymore). As far as I know, veggies have a lot of nutrients, so do
you even need to eat any grains? I was thinking of buying King Arthur
whole wheat flour and making my own bread, but I'm not going to do it
if it's not really worth it for the amount of nutrition it gives.



Get the nutritional breakdown of wheat from your local ag rep or from a
gov site.



Or any of several nutrition programs.
http://nutritionsoftware.org/


You will see that wheat is the almost perfect staple to build your diet
around.


Maybe that's why I quit wheat.


Many people avoid grains. People with candida. People on live food
diets. Grain intolerance. Grain is a recent introduction to the human
food supply, only several thousand years old. A moment in history.


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Old 08-10-2005, 02:18 PM
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wheat Free-Gluten-Free Cooking with Chef Scott Reed - 10/11

Tuesday, October 11th
6:30 p.m.

October is Celiac Sprue Awareness Month so our class this evening
will be "Wheat Free-Gluten-Free Cooking".
Space is limited, so register today at our customer service counter
or call 954-753-8000.

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954.753.8000



Beach Runner wrote:



Jerry Story wrote:

wrote:

wrote:

I've recently started learning about this whole health food thing
(since regular American food is horrible for my health and I can't take
it anymore). As far as I know, veggies have a lot of nutrients, so do
you even need to eat any grains? I was thinking of buying King Arthur
whole wheat flour and making my own bread, but I'm not going to do it
if it's not really worth it for the amount of nutrition it gives.



Get the nutritional breakdown of wheat from your local ag rep or from a
gov site.




Or any of several nutrition programs.
http://nutritionsoftware.org/


You will see that wheat is the almost perfect staple to build your diet
around.



Maybe that's why I quit wheat.


Many people avoid grains. People with candida. People on live food
diets. Grain intolerance. Grain is a recent introduction to the human
food supply, only several thousand years old. A moment in history.



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