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How to Make Beef Stock at Home

    How to Make Beef Stock at Home By Amaka N Home made soups are not only comforting, but are also a good source of nutrients. Virtually every country or territory have their own types of soups. Another advantage of homemade soup is that they taste better too. Especially when they are cooked with fresh natural ingredients. They can…

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Green Tea Vs Turmeric Vs Cocoa: Nutritionist Georgios Tzenichristos Reveals Which “Superfood” Is Best

LONDON, Dec. 26, 2017 — With Christmas over and New Year resolutions looming, most people are looking to popular superfood ingredients, especially turmeric, matcha tea and cocoa, to help them recover from the festive excesses. London-based nutritionist Georgios Tzenichristos of the LipoTherapeia Clinic has looked into the benefits and nutrient content of each of these popular superfoods and has come to…

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Start Cooking With The Top Thai Grocery Items

    Start Cooking With The Top Thai Grocery Items By Rizvana Manzoor Thai food is the world’s famous, exotic and the most coveted cuisine of the world. The flavors and fragrances of Thai’s food are seemingly inexhaustible. The rich curries and their flavors have made a rage of Thai’s food in international cuisine. Pounded herbs not only infuse food…

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To Shroom or Not to Shroom – Know Your Mushrooms

They come in all sizes, shapes and colors, enjoyed and prized throughout the world. They are used medicinally in some countries, and considered a culinary staple in most. Their versatility is endless and chefs revere them, from the highly prized truffle to the lowly white button. They adorn the specialties of five star restaurants and are popular in condensed soups. We stuff them, we saute them, we make them into gravy, we add them to casseroles, salads and stews. We can’t imagine life without them. We call them mushrooms.

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Olives – Small in Size, Big in Nutrition

We love them in cocktails, salads and antipasto. We eat them right from the jar, sidle up to gourmet olive bars, slice them into ethnic dishes, crush them for tapenade spread. We savor them stuffed, whole, sliced, marinated, green and black. And if that wasn’t enough, we buy them pressed into the granddaddy of all oils. the precious Extra Virgin olive oil. You don’t have to be from a Mediterranean background to love the almighty olive. Enjoy them because they taste great, and reap the added health benefits of antioxidants and phytonutrients. Those highly-prized and wonderfully versatile olives. Stock up.

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