"The drug triggers the death of the cells that cause the damaging immune response,'' he said. ''By doing that you switch the immune reaction from a damaging one to a tolerant one.''"
I also wonder what else this affects if cells which are a normal part of our immune response are killed. What else are these cells responsible for (long term)? Its like taking out the squeaky hinge.. and then finding out the door falls off.
DON'T... that's all I'll say..
You are probably more sensitive now that you have been gluten free and it will take even longer for you to feel better if you poison yourself with more gluten!
Don't do it... it's not worth it!
This is intriguing me.. I never knew I cared . Firstly, I want to go to your class.. (that sounds awesome) or any class but we live in a small town so.. no go but.. second, buy that book and start to experiment. You know, I never really cared about cooking before .. don't know why.. but NOW it matters! Thanks for the advice..
(I know why...I had a nominal home-ec teacher.. taught survival cooking.. I had no idea cooking was interesting!)
(another thing about small towns.. can't buy vanilla beans.. )
Whenever I read your posts, Love2travel, I fall apart drooling.. (and others too.. but especially these...)
If I made this, it would read -
potatoes and carrots
(never cooked a leek in my life)
and that's how it would taste too...
It's a good thing people post meals.. it makes me want to learn to cook..
There is potential here for him to learn the most important lesson in the whole world... do unto others.... unfortunately people who NEED to learn are the most resistant. I'll bet he changes his name..