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As if you really were in need of another reason to sip on green tea on the occasion, we’re about to give you five more.

Outside of various, well-known health benefits of the beverage, such as improved digestion and even feelings of calmness, recent research has suggested that green tea may be associated with other positive health outcomes.

Below, we pinpoint just five potential side effects green tea can have on the body that researchers are currently exploring. And then, be sure to catch The 7 Healthiest Foods to Eat Right Now.

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The calming beverage may just help to

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Bakery Square Galley will open in May.

Openings

Bakery Square Galley

6425 Penn Ave., Larimer
The new dining hall coming to Bakery Square, part of the same group that owns and operates Federal Galley in the North Side, recently announced the four restaurant concepts that will be occupying the space: Somi offers “nutrient dense, progressive Asian cuisine,” GG’s Café will serve modern takes on comfort food, City Fresh pasta serves exactly what the name implies, and Bubba’s will serve the “best burgher you have ever eaten.” The

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When Dan Kurzrock started pitching his company ReGrained to investors, it was a tough sell — for both sides. There was the common issue—it was an unknown startup from a relatively unknown twenty-something; the larger obstacle though, was that it was an unknown market. 

ReGrained manufactures a patented ingredient, a protein powder from otherwise wasted nutrients from the malt in beer-making, that is high in fiber. For years, few wanted to risk money behind the idea of building a market for what Kurzrock had deemed an “upcycled” ingredient. Meanwhile, Kurzrock wasn’t thrilled with the idea of institutional capital pushing growth

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Has a term you didn’t know ever stopped you from trying out a new recipe? When it comes to cooking, there are plenty of methods the average home chef may be unfamiliar with, but that doesn’t mean you should shy away from more complicated dishes and desserts. We consulted some of the top experts at cooking schools across the country to help define some of the more elusive culinary terms so you can mince, dice and fold it in like a pro.

Chef Lance Nitahara, assistant professor of Culinary Arts at The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New

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COVID-19

Insurers Prevail in “All Risk” Policy Disputes
Against COVID-19 Business Interruption Claims

Insurers have prevailed in several lawsuits filed by restaurants
in connection with losses related to COVID-19. For example, in
Emerald Coast Restaurants, Inc. v. Aspen Specialty Ins.
Co
., No. 3:20cv5898-TKW-HTC, 2020 WL 7889061 (N.D. Fla. Dec.
18, 2020), the district court incorporated the reasoning of several
preceding cases that “almost uniformly held that economic
losses resulting from state and local government orders closing
businesses to slow the spread of COVID-19 are not covered under
‘all risk’ policy language … because such losses were not
caused by

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Everyone has a go-to drink order at bars, but what does your favorite one say about you? 🍸

Here’s what bartenders revealed…

1.

Margarita


NBC

“Old ladies that want to party usually start with margaritas.” —u/Modod_

3.

IPA


Marvel Studios

“If I’m asked about the malty flavor or mouthfeel of every IPA we have, it’s a hipster in their 20’s trying to be cool.”— u/SpartanLegend

“IPA drinkers are bearded dads who want to ask 15 questions and try 15 samples.”—u/Booji-Boy

4.

Long Island Iced Tea


NBC

“Long Island iced teas rarely

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