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When did Gluten Free and organic become a thing?

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4 mins ago, HugeDinghy said:

Your husband must wear a plastic trash bag 

Wrong. We use paper. Plastic bags are banned here. 

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55 mins ago, slicedcornbread said:

I find your continuous use of Fwank extremely stupid.

I think the Fwank stuff in hysterical,

it's all based on my political affiliation,

and in Tom's mind he is an alpha male because of his voter registration card and he drinks scotch and smokes cigars,

 

but reality is he is an apple tini swilling, fanny pack wearing, gluten free eating, effete dandy,

and to Dinghy's early comment,

lotta "issues" going on with that veal calf lifestyle.

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6 mins ago, Nite_Bite_00 said:

it seems that it's cool to make fun of people with legitimate food allergies now. 

noted, game on.

I have a bad nut allergy,

every time this freak posts I get hives.

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Has Celiac' s or Lactose Intolerance been around long?

Could it be a result of eating over-processed foods?

How many "diseases" and "conditions" are directly related to eating and drinking  (and drug) habits?

They might have been around for generations, but to see such a large increase of people having them must mean something has happened to trigger these increased events. It just doesn't pop up out of the blue, right? 

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1 hour ago, Slack Tidings said:

Ponchos are reusable, just sayin’.

There’s three big holes in a poncho. 

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14 mins ago, FishermanTim said:

Has Celiac' s or Lactose Intolerance been around long?

Could it be a result of eating over-processed foods?

How many "diseases" and "conditions" are directly related to eating and drinking  (and drug) habits?

They might have been around for generations, but to see such a large increase of people having them must mean something has happened to trigger these increased events. It just doesn't pop up out of the blue, right? 

It’s from genetic engineering of food, pesticides, fertilizers, antibiotics, hormones, preservatives, etc. Our food and water isn’t what it used to be. If you could farm and kill your own food you would be pretty damn healthy. 

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On 9/22/2022 at 8:47 AM, Wayne Tj said:

My kids, who were born in 2003, had primarily organic foods, especially milk. My wife was religious on the topic. 
 

Me, growing up had whatever was on sale, and I think I turned out alright, as long as you don’t ask Jimmy. 

Yes, don,t

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1 hour ago, fish'nmagician said:

I think the Fwank stuff in hysterical,

it's all based on my political affiliation,

and in Tom's mind he is an alpha male because of his voter registration card and he drinks scotch and smokes cigars,

 

but reality is he is an apple tini swilling, fanny pack wearing, gluten free eating, effete dandy,

and to Dinghy's early comment,

lotta "issues" going on with that veal calf lifestyle.

that means

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On 9/21/2022 at 3:53 PM, Goldy said:

Didn't everyone just eat dirt as kids and normal stuff?  I'm just trying to figure out when Gluten Free and Organic became a thing?  Was it late 90's, early 2000's?  

I believe dirt is both organic and gluten free.

On 9/21/2022 at 3:56 PM, ted527 said:

My daughter has celiac, the gluten-free craze has been a good thing for her.

Celiac is the real fluten intolerance. Most people who dont eat gluten don't have that. I call it the hipster allergy. Austin, Portland and cities like that are full gluten free restaurants. It's largely a whiny pretentious trend of self importance. 

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