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Black seed oil (or Nigella sativa) is a small flowering plant that grows in Southwest Asia, the Middle East, Southern Europe, and North Africa. It produces ...

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Mung beans, also known as Vigna radiata and commonly known simply as mung, or green gram, is a small green legume, the smallest member of the bean family. It ...

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Nutritional yeast is a staple food item for anyone following a vegan diet. It is made from the same species of yeast as Brewer’s yeast, but the final product ...

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Fermented foods are those that undergo fermentation, a food preservation process whereby microorganisms, such as yeast and bacteria, convert the sugar and ...

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If you’re one of the many participating in Dry January this year, or just looking for a non-alcohol beverage, Why not get creative and try these Mocktails in ...

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We’ve got every reason to love potatoes: they’re solid, energy-packed, cheap, trusty orbs of carbs (which are filled with a surprising amount of antioxidants)! ...

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Ahhh chocolate, the ultimate guilty pleasure! Ice-cream, cake or bar, we love it in any form. Made from roasted cocoa beans, it's tempered and moulded to ...

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Turmeric has been hailed as a superfood for years, with pretty much everyone going wild over this little orange root. But why? Well, turmeric has many ...

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Do you enjoy eating strawberries and like the tropical taste of pineapples? Assuredly you've eaten strawberries and pineapples as part of a fruit salad! It has ...

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Native to Southeast Asia, Pomelo is the biggest of all citrus fruits. It’s the least acidic of all citrus fruits and does not taste as sour as others. Never ...

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Scientifically known by the name asparagus officinalis, the vegetable dates back to at least 3000 BC and has been seen captured as a blessing or benefaction on ...

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Ask anyone when last they had the recommended five to nine servings of fruits and vegetables. Chances are that they probably can’t remember - or have never ...

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Barbados gooseberry, also known as “Ora pro nobis” in Portuguese (which translates as, “Pray for us”), from the cactus family come all the way from Brazil in ...

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Baru (or Dipteryx alata) is a species of the Fabaceae legume family. The tree is referred to as the “Baruzeiro” (in Portuguese) and its produce “castanha de ...

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If, like me you think that your morning coffee wakes up your brain, well you'd be right, but wait, there's more! Our daily coffee beans that provide us our ...

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