Holiday Cookies: Gluten-Free Chocolate Meringues

By Kim Laidlaw & Wendy Goodfriend | December 13, 2015 Gluten-Free Chocolate Meringues (Wendy Goodfriend) Looking for a gluten-free cookie option this holiday? Trying to find a way to use up some of those extra egg whites you have? Or do you just love a good meringue? light and airy, crispy-chewy, and with two kinds of chocolate—both cocoa and finely chopped bittersweet chocolate—no one will think these cookies are any less …

Loose Leaf Tea Market offers natural remedies for stress relief 

… than hijacking it,” Centella said. “Our bodies respond to things like light and dark. Our hormones will shift when it gets darker to ease us to sleep. The herbs help nature along more than the drugs, which will knock you out even if you take it at noon.” To continue reading this article, please click on the link below: Source: Loose Leaf Tea Market offers natural remedies for stress relief – Ahwatukee Foothills News: 2015 …

Kombucha makers want new alcohol test for the fermented tea | Fox News

… alcohol. A kombucha tea can edge toward 1 percent alcohol if it is aged and not refrigerated. That’s about a quarter as strong as a Bud light, which is 4.2 percent alcohol, but still is too alcoholic to be sold to minors. To continue reading this article, please click on the link below: Source: Kombucha makers want new alcohol test for the fermented tea | Fox News …

Efforts on to make tea industry climate-smart – The Hindu

… (elevation, precipitation, temperature, soil moisture, temperature and fertility, light duration and intensity, humidity, shelter, shade and CO2 concentration) and any adversity in these conditions can significantly impact yield, revenue and livelihood security. Rainfall has traditionally been plentiful for growing tea, especially in India but with recent changes in the climate, surface and ground water are becoming important irrigation systems. To continue reading this article, please click on …

Tasmanian-based artist spins the sweet sounds of edible and playable chocolate records – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

… the Comets, to Electric light Orchestra. Ms Drouhin has spent the past three years refining her sound, made possible by silicone moulds and pouring chocolate, as part of her Sweet Tribology project. “They can be played, listened to and eaten,” Ms Drouhin said of her records. “It’s still unpredictable [the sound], which is what I want.” Ms Drouhin came up with the idea of creating edible records after a chance discovery at the Sound Preservation Association of …