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    It's good to have well labelled options to help people with real problems,
    but all crazes, obsessions, compulsions and addictions should be regarded with suspicion.
    The Mormons (whom I respect), advise against doing anything that can become habit-forming.
    Perhaps they take this too far, but if you end up with a hangover,
    then you've definitely drunk too much alcohol in my books.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knight View Post
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    toldailytopic: Gluten-free food. What do you think of the gluten free craze?
    With apologies to those actually allergic to it, gluten is the stuff that makes food taste good. Want lousy tasting food? Gluten-free is the way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ask Mr. Religion View Post
    With apologies to those actually allergic to it, gluten is the stuff that makes food taste good. Want lousy tasting food? Gluten-free is the way to go.
    I love, love, love amaretti.

    No gluten in those beauties.
    So keep your candles burning
    "Nevertheless, she persisted."
    a.k.a. starchild, starburst, stardust, sweetpea, and dumber than dirt.

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