Monthly Archives: December 2018

All about mangos

People who can’t do without their favourite mango smoothies recipes likely know a thing or two about mangoes. This amazingly sweet, tangy fruit has many different varieties and they grow abundantly in tropical nations including India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, … Continue reading

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Kale

Kale. Would you like kale? Why? “Because it is so yummy and nutritious,” says DJ Kale spinning on the 1’s and 2’s. It is loaded with minerals and vitamins to give you that energy that you will need to get … Continue reading

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Apples

Apples, one of the most popular fruits in the world, are widely available in almost all Waco Wildlife Removal of the world. The various sort of apples include; green apples, red apples, and yellow apples. Due to their ruby red … Continue reading

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Stevia

Due to its extreme sweetness and negligible calorie content, stevia has become a buzzword in the sweetener industry. Consumers nowadays are looking for best of both worlds, a combination of indulgence and well-being. This consumption trend is creating stevia popular … Continue reading

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Mayonnaise

The very first time it dawned on me there were two distinct camps regarding mayonnaise was one afternoon at a restaurant. I was having lunch with a great friend, and she had been interrogating the waitress about the chicken salad … Continue reading

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Bologna

Italy’s mortadella sausage is the granddaddy of our contemporary bologna, which was made with pork and a great deal of pork fat. It’s found in each self-respecting sausage shop in Italy, and although big meat companies, such as Oscar Meyer, … Continue reading

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Brussels sprouts

They have been around since the 16th century and found their way through Europe and across the channel to the British Isles from their native Belgium. Their bigger relatives, cabbage and kale, had originally grown wild and are believed to … Continue reading

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Oysters

The oyster, a far priced mollusk appears on menus all over the world. It is unique texture and flavor is unlike any other kind of seafood in the world. Various species are cultivated extensively throughout the world. Most oysters are … Continue reading

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Olives

Although olives were grown in ancient Asia and Africa, the country of Spain likes to claim top honors in its discovering this fruit. However, evidence of olive oil can be traced as far back as 5,000 B.C. in Mediterranean countries, … Continue reading

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Beans beans the musical fruit

We’re clearly filled with beans. In the U.S. alone, we have about 8 lbs of beans annually, per capita, and the current prevalence of Mexican cuisine plays no small part. The U.S. plants about 1.6 million acres a year. Worldwide … Continue reading

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Cherries

Cherries got their start in the areas of ancient Turkey and Greece, which makes their way to Rome around 72 BC. They’re in exactly the exact same fruit family as peaches, plums, apricots, and almonds. While a lot people combine … Continue reading

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Dairy Queen

Ice cream has been around and enjoyed for centuries, but the soft-serve concept was not developed until 1938 by Iowa-born John Fremont McCullough and his son Alex. Together they convinced a friend, Sherb Noble, to supply the innovative product in … Continue reading

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Peanuts

Whether you’re a chunky or creamy enthusiast, peanut butter and its many forms include one of America’s favorite foods. Are you a brand loyalist, make sure it Skippy, Jif, Peter Pan, Smucker’s, or an organic-only consumer? Normally, Americans eat more … Continue reading

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Avacados

Avocado is an intriguing food item. There’s a huge confusion which revolves around avocado; Why is it a fruit or a vegetable? This green coloured, pear-shaped, small food thing is really classified as a fruit. It’s indeed delicious and is … Continue reading

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Smoothies

So, what’s a smoothie? In Wikipedia: A smoothie (sometimes spelled plain or smoothie ) is a thick, cold beverage made from puree raw fruit (and occasionally vegetable) mixed with ice-cream or frozen yogurt together with other ingredients like water, crushed … Continue reading

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Tomatoes are good for you

Though not all kinds of cancer but cancer like breast, colorectal, prostate and stomach cancer. This is due to lutein, zeaxanthin and the high level of lycopene that’s a natural antioxidant which have the capability to resist cancer causing cells. … Continue reading

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All about lemons

The origin of lemons is unknown but it’s pretty much agreed they were initially grown in Assam (an area in northeast India), northern Burma or China. Somewhere along the line it turned into a hybrid between the sour orange (sour … Continue reading

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History of cheese

Although no one knows how the first cheese was created. A theory that through the transportation of milk in bladders made of ruminants. The definition of a ruminant is an even-toed ungulate mammal that chews cud regurgitated from its rumen. … Continue reading

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Cereal

There is no question that cold cereals revolutionized the American breakfast table. No longer did mom have to cook hot cereal, eggs or meat, and kids could independently prepare something for themselves before going off to school. At the turn … Continue reading

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Curds and whey

Nursery rhymes are often hundreds of years old and their meanings aren’t clear but only repeated or sung by young kids. In the case of”Little Miss Muffet” she is eating a centuries old version of traditional curds and whey, which … Continue reading

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Coffee for your skin

Drinking coffee is good for your skin, but it’s better for this if you use it . These days you can discover lots of skin products containing java. Have a look at the list of components on packaging and tubes … Continue reading

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