A lot of times, I’ll collect little tidbits that I want to share with you — but that aren’t quite juicy enough to build a whole post out of. Today’s post, then, is sort of a tasting menu from the cutting edge of gluten-free science.
First up, an amuse bouche of blood tests for compliance with the gluten-free diet. For the main course, the role of goblet cells as protein escorts in our intestines. And to round off the evening, some fascinating news on sourdough breads. I’m no sommelier, so you’ll have to do the wine pairings on your own.
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