Burnt toastI have been researching burnt toast and the reason I gravitate toward food that has a little "burnt" edge to it. Popcorn being a favorite right under toast. I grew up in a small home that had a wood stove in the kitchen and my mom would toast our bread on the surface of it. Often it would get a little more than brown and she would just set it off to the back of the stove where it could be found or sent out to the geese or seagulls. I grew up next to a lake. Anyway, I wanted to take some acetemenophen for a swollen knee. I didn't want to take it without something so I reheated a piece of toast left in the toaster and of course, it burned. I didn't mind, I rather like it so I researched why. The results are disturbing but I'm suspicious of number 1-100 answers being generated by western medicine and big pharma. hahaha, I don't want to sound like a health crazed lunatic either. all this to ask... Can anyone give me some input regarding burnt toast (sprouted grain bread- all natural) and if it's going to be a contributing factor on the long list of things that encourage the c word growth?
Adelsis on 2018-02-11
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