Our next meeting is this Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 3-4:30 p.m. in the Conference Room upstairs at the Washington Square location. The topic is Grocery Gluten-Free Q&A with our very own Kevin Achs. Kevin has been with DLM for 10 years and in the grocery business for over 30 years. This is your chance to ask about new products you have seen on the net; products you haven't seen but really want; or favorites that disappeared from the shelves. To ensure your question will be answered, submit your question in advance. Reply to this email or call C. A. at (937) 434-1294. Our guest vendor is Ray Leard of Purely American. Ray will serve his delicious French Market 18 Bean Soup (see below).
DLM San Marzano Tomatoes of Agro Sarnese-Nocerino Area D.O.P. Our San Marzano tomatoes are grown in rich volcanic soil near Mount Vesuvius. "DOP" means the quality of this special product is protected by Italian law. You really taste the difference in these unique tomatoes. They're the real deal!
DLM Marinated Artichokes - Quartered This product is a wonderful two-for-one item. The quartered artichokes are packed with seasoned sunflower oil which adds another layer of flavor. I particularly enjoy this oil as my "white" pizza base, generously seasoning my pizza crust before adding cremini mushrooms, caramelized onions, and fresh DLM Handmade Mozzarella.
French Market 18 Bean Soup Purely American was started at home in 1988 after three years of serving healthy food at Salad Gourmet, a healthy deli in Norfolk, VA, where French Market 18 Bean Soup was first served. This soup is one of over 80 Storytelling Mixes. These hand-crafted dried bean soups are now made in Athens, Ohio where Purely American, an Ohio Proud company, moved in 2007. The soups are: salt free, MSG free, G/F, organic based, and kosher certified. $4.99 • save $1.00 with Club DLM card through Tuesday, February 12.
IN OTHER NEWS
Larazotide Acetate in Patients with Celiac Disease Undergoing a Gluten Challenge
Conclusion: Larazotide acetate reduced gluten-induced immune reactivity and symptoms in patients with celiac disease undergoing gluten challenge and was generally well tolerated; however, no significant difference in LAMA ratios between larazotide acetate and placebo was observed.
Translation: No magic pill to allow us to eat gluten and not suffer.
Food for Thought- How Cooking Food Ups Calorie Counts
“The bottom line: the more highly processed our foods, the more calories we get out of them. If you want to gain weight, make sure you eat highly processed and well-cooked meals. If you want to lose weight, do the opposite. You can eat the same number of measured calories, but if the foods vary in how finely they have been ground or whether they have been cooked, the calorie counts will not tell you what you want to know.”
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