Sunday, May 27, 2012

Gluten free ... PS

Several years ago we purchased a gluten free bread product from this company (below).  We didn't happen to use it for our guests who were eating "gluten free", so  it went unused.  For two years it sat on a shelf in our basement.  It didn't spoil. It didn't rot. It didn't mold.  No insects took an interest in it. The bread remained intact on the shelf for TWO YEARS.  I am suggesting that such a product is not real food.

For what it is worth, this is the label for a gluten free cake mix.  Great ingredients?!

Sweet pea spotted this owl on yesterday's early morning walk.

This is the trail.  What a delightful sign this is for walkers and runners!  We "travel."

An alternative to stuff in a box:  a fresh fruit bowl topped with organic low fat yogurt (sweetened by the fruit).

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