Why Does Wheat Make Me Sick?

Why Does Wheat Make Me Sick?

During the past many years, Jeff and I have learned a lot about food and food production in America. Our newfound and constantly-evolving understanding of what has been done to our most basic foodstuffs has boggled our mind and has changed us.

Today, I want to discuss wheat – or should I say what most refer to as wheat. This has become a highly-controversial topic and my goal is to break it down into an easy-to-understand format.

My objective, always, is to educate and inform. Because, once we thoroughly understand a topic, we are in a better position to make good decisions. Though it is always easier to go along with the crowd, that is not always the best course of action.

Grains – full of life and nutrients – have been consumed for thousands of years by storing in whole kernel form and milled fresh.

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Learn About Cheese

Learn About Cheese

Almost everything tastes better with cheese. And, it’s good for you, too.

Today, I thought I’d put together some fun cheese history and facts.

Cheese has been around a long time. History shows about 4,000 years. Its beginning coincides with when people started to breed animals and process their milk. Usually, cheese is made from the cows’ milk but can also be made from sheep, goats, buffalo, reindeer, camels and yaks.  It is very nutritious and is made from the curd of the milk, coagulated by rennet, separated from the whey, and pressed in a vat, hoop or mold.

It is said the first type of cheese to arrive in the America was goat cheese, with first mass production of cheese in 1851 in New York. Demands for cheese have risen steadily ever since.

The variety of cheeses include: fresh soft, fresh firm, soft, semi-soft, semi-hard, hard, semi-firm and firm.

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