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Byron Varvarigos January 14, 2014 at 06:57 am
Just wanted to share some new-to-me possibly important-to-health information: Articles in variousRead More news sources last week regarding the makers of Cheerios stating they would stop using genetically modified oats in Cheerios but not in their other products, eg, Honey-Nut Cheerios. There have been many animal studies showing that GMO foods provide inferior nutrition. Our labeling laws presently don't require identifying ingredients as GMOs, and apparently many foods being sold contain these. Until these laws are changed, it might be wise to stick with organically grown foods?
Colleen Walsh Fong January 14, 2014 at 09:22 am
Thanks for that update, Byron. I personally don't eat anything I know has GMO items, which prettyRead More much eliminates anything with corn. And I always use organic products. But some people can't afford organic products or don't have easy access to them. I'd like to see better information on labels, too.
Byron Varvarigos January 14, 2014 at 09:39 am
Thanks, Colleen, you're right. I was thinking specifically about products made with oats, now thatRead More they seem to be in the same boat with corn. I guess the GMO is OK on one's skin? I wonder...
Pop the Cork
mork December 31, 2013 at 08:30 am
Why Don't you get PEOPLE to write articles they know something ABOUT. This list of non-descriptRead More impossible to find BUBBLY.LOOK for BOLLINGER, CLICQUOT,RODERIER, C or P HIEDIECK, DOMAIN CHANDON, GLORIA FERRIER OR MIONETTO PROSECCO
Belleek Christmas Tree
Roberta L Ellis December 28, 2013 at 11:11 pm
We also have some traditions to remember family and friends who have passed away. My siblings and IRead More have a grab-bag to choose which family to give the traditional ugly socks and underwear in memory of a great aunt who was famous for her unsightly and ill-fitting gifts. Our mother continued that gift giving and now that she's gone, we do it. There's also the family recipes for cakes, pies and side dishes that have been passed on through the generations. My son taught his daughter how t make the Christmas cookies that have been passed on from my great-grandmother through the family and now down to her five generations later. These rituals and memories shared through the generations take some of the sting out of the losses we inevitably endure if we live long enough.
Colleen Walsh Fong December 29, 2013 at 12:41 am
Great thanks for sharing, Robert! Your ugly socks tradition sounds like lots of laughs!
Well-stuffed Stocking
Annie G December 21, 2013 at 09:46 am
Still not ready to give beer and wine products and accessories to a college-aged kid, you know,Read More those 18 - 20.
My Kind of Black and Tan
Roxborough Area Man December 10, 2013 at 05:32 pm
While there is nothing wrong with Smithwicks, Harp, or Sam Adams, they are hardly the cream of theRead More crop or even representative of the great local variety of lagers we have here in the Philadelphia area. There are literally dozens brewed within a few hours of Philadelphia - perhaps hundreds in the Northeast US, and no need to wonder if they've sat on a loading dock or in the sun for a few weeks waiting to get to your local bar. If you are going to talk beer seriously one cannot simply write about mass-produced beer!
Colleen Walsh Fong December 10, 2013 at 05:39 pm
I wish I had your knowledge, Roxborough Area Man. I'm just trying to have a little fun with theRead More daily food holiday, but would love it if you would share your top 10 favorite brews!
Stephen Kaminski December 19, 2013 at 08:03 am
Remember one thing,, if you drink dont drive and if you do drive make sure you have a car..