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When it comes to writing beer reviews, some are easier than others. It seems to be easier to write about a beer with centuries, rather than decades of history behind it. Such brewers have had more time to perfect their products, more time to learn from the rich history of brewing in that part of

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Genuine Brie is only available from the French region of Brie and is traditionally made with unpasteurized milk. For that reason it does not keep for long. Sadly, food regulations about unpasteurized milk products in the USA make genuine Brie unobtainable there, but if you shop around you can find a reasonable substitute made with pasteurized milk.  Try to

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Tomato Sauce Real tomato sauce, as far as this delighter in deliciousness is concerned, is slow food. Slo-o-o-ow; days slow. Tomato sauce is something that takes time. And let me assure you, it is worth every second. Now slow food really isn’t very time-consuming, it just takes dedication. You have to think ahead, plan ahead;

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I’ve been a fan of Anchor Steam Beer since sometime in the mid ‘90s and have taken my duties as a fan seriously. I drink Anchor Steam and its sister beers often and recommend them often. When I heard about the sale of Anchor Brewing a few months back, I felt some trepidation. That trepidation

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The leaves of the dandelions are very nutrient-rich. So they do make a good supplement for women who are pregnant or the elderly. Herbalists for general detox have used dandelions for centuries. Dandelions are renowned for the cleansing, diuretic action and are thought traditionally to strengthen & cleanse the gall bladder. Good health, drink dandelion

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