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r.gnavi.co.jp/a390900/, posted 2010 by peter in drink food injapanese japan todo tokyo
うまい酒 が飲めて『おいしい串揚げ』 や 『おもしろメニュー』 を頂きながらかわいい幽霊が見れるんだ。話の種に１度来てみなよ！！
"Ghost Izakaya" in Kichijōji, Tokyo.
Caffeine: A User's Guide to Getting Optimally Wired : Developing Intelligence
scienceblogs.com/developingintelligence/2008/02/optimally_wired_a_caffeine_use.php, posted 2010 by peter in cognition drink health howto toread
Caffeine is the most widely used stimulant in the world, but few use it to maximal advantage. Get optimally wired with these tips.
Got Mead - Mead (honeywine) making, mead drinking, mead recipes
www.gotmead.com/, posted 2010 by peter in beer diy drink food history howto reference
Gotmead.com is the internet's premier resource for everything to do with mead: how to make mead, mead recipes, mead in history, mead and honey tasting notes, articles and hundreds of links to everything else.
Discover the mysteries of mead, also known as honey wine, the oldest -- and easiest to make! -- fermented drink in the world!
Alcohol's Neolithic Origins: Brewing Up a Civilization - SPIEGEL ONLINE - News - International
www.spiegel.de/international/zeitgeist/0,1518,668642,00.html, posted 2009 by peter in beer drink food history people science toread
Did our Neolithic ancestors turn to agriculture so that they could be sure of a tipple? US Archaeologist Patrick McGovern thinks so. The expert on identifying traces of alcohol in prehistoric sites reckons the thirst for a brew was enough of an incentive to start growing crops.
Three cups of brewed coffee a day 'triples risk of hallucinations' - Telegraph
www.telegraph.co.uk/scienceandtechnology/science/sciencenews/4227673/Three-cups-of-brewed-coffee-a-day-triples-risk-of-hallucinations.html, posted 2009 by peter in drink health humor msm science
Even moderate amounts of the stimulant can lead people to hear voices and see things that are not there, the researchers warn.
Previous studies have shown that too much caffeine can lead to heart palpitations, insomnia and even affect a woman's chances of becoming pregnant.
University researchers developing cancer-fighting beer
www.computerworld.com/action/article.do?command=viewArticleBasic&articleId=9117656, posted 2008 by peter in drink health msm science
A team of researchers at Rice University in Houston is working to create a beer that could fight cancer and heart disease. Taylor Stevenson, a member of the six-student research team and a junior at Rice, said the team is using genetic engineering to create a beer that includes resveratrol, the disease-fighting chemical that's been found in red wine.
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