…is not Italian. An interesting history.
I was never impressed with the pizza at Shakey’s, but that’s because we had Luigi’s in Flint.
Adams’s gag-inducing new policy of swapping out food for colon-blow roughage and mashed yeast is a declaration of food war. As if we didn’t have enough wars going on— the woke wars, the COVID wars, the language wars and the info wars and the streaming wars. The hell with peas, give peace a chance.
It’s also a religious war: Eric (like Bill Clinton, another member of the militant vegan brigades) used to be fat, got thin, and is now an evangelist for the cause. Good for you, Eric! But don’t force your cauliflower patties and cheese-less tacos on the kids. It’s been a horrible two years for them: haven’t they suffered enough?
Or is this just a back door way of ensuring they don’t take their masks off even at lunch, because no one wants to eat yam stew?
I wonder how many New Yorkers are fine with this? Or if it will result in more emigration to Florida?
This is hilarious.
The protein quality is inferior (as I would have guessed). The best way, in terms of nutrition, to process plants into meat is to run them through an animal’s digestive system.
Busted: High-fat dairy, meat, and salt are good for you, and processed grains are terrible.
And no one will be held accountable for the unscientific nonsense that western governments have been dishing out for decades that have caused so much illness, death, and misery.
Eat more of it for a healthy heart.
Did his own institute disprove his nutrition theory?
I’d like to see details on the study. This article focuses on weight loss, and ignores other health benefits of not eating crap. I’ve certainly not been doing it for weight loss, but rather to reduce my serum cholesterol and triglycerides, and improve my A1C. Also, if you’re converting fat to muscle, you’re not losing weight, but you’re getting a lot healthier.
How it has derailed the science of obesity.
It’s not all it’s cracked up to be. This doesn’t seem like good news for growing food in space, if soil is a key element of flavor. We know it is with wine grapes.
I’ve been using cucumbers instead of pita to dip hummus, and it looks like it’s not a bad idea.