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5 Gluten-Free Beers for the Brew Aficionado by Sweet Greens Posted Wed 08 Jun 2011 12:00am When you're going out and you're on a gluten-free regimen, you pretty much have to assume that the beers on tap at most establishments contain gluten. After all, the vast majority of beers are made with wheat and/or barley as base ingredients. For the beer-lovers among us, this can be a real drag. But this doesn't mean you have to forgo beer ent ... Read on »
5 Gluten-Free Beers for the Brew Aficionado by oceansky Posted Wed 08 Jun 2011 4:30am When you're going out and you're on a gluten-free regimen, you pretty much have to assume that the beers on tap at most establishments contain gluten. After all, the vast majority of beers are made with wheat and/or barley as base ingredients. For the beer-lovers among us, this can be a real drag. But this doesn't mean you have to forgo beer enti ... Read on »
Highland Brewing Beer Dinner by Tiff Posted Wed 08 Jun 2011 9:18am Were you expecting another What I Ate Wednesday?  If you had your hopes up, then I’m sorry to disappoint.  However, the post would have been a much bigger disappointment.  I haven’t been noshing on any good eats lately (to my dismay).  Seriously.  Two words.  Canned Tuna.  That should paint a good enough picture. In other news, I attended a ... Read on »
Beer for People that Don’t Like Beer by Every Little Thing Blog Health MavenFacebook Posted Tue 06 Sep 2011 7:24am Don’t like beer? Here - have a beer! **Sorry for my absence! Will explain later :) For now, I have a great guest post for you. My friend Ryan writes a quality beer blog over at In Search of Beer . You may remember my recent Steak with Stout Pan Sauce guest post over there. He was kind enough to write a guest post about where to start if yo ... Read on »
What is Barley Grass and its Health Benefits by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 03 Apr 2010 5:25pm Scientists have research over 200 types of plants which have included grasses, fruits, herbs and vegetables and it has been found that young barely grass is one of the highest nutritionally balanced foods nature produces. What is Barley Grass? Barley Grass is a cereal grain.  Commonly it is used in processes such as the base mal ... Read on »
New Belgium Beer Dinner by BefitBefull Posted Wed 21 Apr 2010 8:07am Last night our favorite Mexican restaurant, Dos Perros, hosted a New Belgium Brewery beer pairing. When our friends asked if we would like to join them for the tasting we answered  yes without hesitation! Ever since our first trip to Dos Perros I have been wanting to return. I was quite excited that our second trip was for a beer pairing! ... Read on »
Hidden Gluten Sources by Michelle Halls Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:02pm Here is the hidden gluten list, borrowed from TACA. I use it all the time. Abyssinian hard (wheat triticum duran)            Alcohol (unless distilled) Avena                                                             Baking powder (verify ingredients) Baking soda (verify ingredients)                    Barley Barley flour         ... Read on »
Edible Fermentables: Wine, Beer, Cheese, Meat by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Jun 2012 1:32am Listen to part two of Sandor Katz’s Fresh Air interview, reposted from NPR.org In the beginning, the self-described “fermentation fetishist” Sandor Katz loved sour pickles. “For whatever reason, I was drawn to that flavor as a child,” he tells Fresh Air’s Terry Gross. “And then when I was in my 20s, I did quite a bit of ... Read on »
Drink Responsibly: Beers That Won't Give the Planet a Hangover by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Aug 2010 12:01pm We drafted some of America's premier beer people and asked them to name their favorite eco-friendly brand of brew. Here are their recommendations. Maura Burger SAMUEL MERRITT is New York City's first certified cicerone (beer sommelier) and one of only 134 such specialists in the U.S. He's also the founder of Civilization of Beer , a b ... Read on »
I Love Beer by Alaina Pozzy Posted Thu 18 Aug 2011 12:24pm It really is no secret. Beer and I are likethis. And it comes as a big surprise to me because when I was in college, I would go more for Bud Light, Coors Light (aka: beer flavored water) or Smirnoff Ice/Mike’s Hard drinks. It wasn’t until a few years ago that I actually found more of a taste for craft beers; beers with more bite. When ... Read on »