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Grass jelly, is a dessert that looks like jelly, hence the name, and is very popular mainly in Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, Indonesia, Malaysia and Southeast ...

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It might be because I've just gotten back from a short trip to Asia that I'm now, totally into all sorts of soyabean food! Tempeh or Tempe is a traditional ...

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According to the British Coffee Association, we drink a staggering 95 million cups of coffee per day as a nation! It has become a part of our modern-day ritual ...

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In today’s busy world, we all have many important decisions to make. In this article, 5 Powerful Foods That Stop Disease, you'll realise that by making small ...

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The peach (Prunus Persica) tree is originally native to the Northwest of China. It gained its name ‘Persica’ after being widely cultivated in Persia (today’s ...

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Chicory (also known as endive) comes from the dandelion family and can usually be recognised by its bright blue flowers. You can actually enjoy the entirety of ...

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Panela, also known as rapadura is actually unrefined whole cane sugar, originally grown in Central and Latin America, in particular Colombia. It is obtained by ...

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Tough Mudder is one of the most challenging races you can participate in both as an amateur and a seasoned racer. With the goal of bringing people together in ...

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Rosehip - sounds beautiful, doesn’t it, but what actually is it? Rosehip tea is derived from the dried fruits and buds of the rose flower that develop after ...

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Do you like subtle yet nutrient-filled coconut water or birch sap? Then bamboo water might for you! As you may already know, bamboo is amongst the fastest ...

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Nigella seeds or black cumin (Nigella sativa) are an anciently known, old spice, they were found in Tutankhamun’s tomb, and the Old Testament Bible mentioned ...

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Ginger tea - tasty all year round. But when is it particularly handy? Right now! Not only great for your digestive health, ginger tea can also be used to ...

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Bamboo mainly grows in East and South East Asia, and has been used throughout history as construction material, for scaffolding, ornamental blinds and many ...

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Artichokes look like one of the most intimidating vegetables to grace the shelves of any supermarket. A widely consumed vegetable throughout the Mediterranean, ...

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When we talk about capers, we're referring to the flower buds of the Capparis spinosa (caper bush) perennial plant (ie. living longer than 2-years) that are ...

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