Posts with the category “food”

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Does an Apple A Day Keep The Doctor Away?
May 28th, 2020
Does an Apple A Day Keep The Doctor Away? The predecessor of the “apple a day” saying originated in the United Kingdom. But it gained popularity in the United States during the early to mid-20th centu...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Horsemeat seized amid fears criminals exploiting coronavirus disruption in food chain
May 23rd, 2020
Horsemeat seized amid fears criminals exploiting  coronavirus disruption in food chain Shipments of horsemeat masquerading as beef have been seized across Europe as criminals take advantage of closed ...  Read More
by James Koroma
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India to provide free food grains to millions of migrant workers
May 14th, 2020
India to provide free food grains to millions of migrant workers India will provide free food grains to millions of migrant workers hardest hit by a weeks-long lockdown as well as offer employment und...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Hidden Benefits Of Fermented Foods
May 1st, 2020
Hidden Benefits Of Fermented Foods Fermented foods: the words bring up images of sauerkraut and kimchi along with other pungent morsels. But if you haven’t given it much more thought than that, well, ...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Six Natural Immune Boosting Foods Your Ancestors Used
February 28th, 2020
Six Natural Immune Boosting Foods Your Ancestors Used In the not-so-distant past, antibiotics and antibacterial wipes, lotions and hand sanitizers had not been invented, so one had to rely on your imm...  Read More
by James Koroma
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8 Powerhouse Cancer-Fighting Foods
September 1st, 2019
8 Powerhouse Cancer-Fighting Foods 1. Oily/Fatty FishOily or fatty fish include favorites like salmon, tuna, sardines and trout. These fish are simply packed with nutrients and should be a part of eve...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Relieve Pain Fast With Easy To Use But Little Known Kitchen Remedies
June 22nd, 2019
Relieve Pain Fast With Easy To Use But Little Known Kitchen Remedies Pantry Staples For Pain ReliefVinegar provides soothing relief for a variety of maladies. My favorite vinegar to use is apple cider...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Leah Chase--The Queen Of Creole
June 2nd, 2019
Leah Chase--The Queen Of Creole In the 1950s and 60s at the height of the US civil rights movement, when activists needed somewhere discreet to discuss strategy, they would go to Dooky Chase in New Or...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Neanderthals Resorted to Cannibalism in the Face of Climate Change
March 29th, 2019
Neanderthals Resorted to Cannibalism in the Face of Climate Change We know that Neanderthals were carnivores, with a diet that consisted primarily—if not exclusively—of meat. But a new study by resear...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Turmeric: The Colorful Superfood That Fights Arthritis, Cholesterol, And Cancer
February 3rd, 2019
Turmeric: The Colorful Superfood That Fights Arthritis, Cholesterol, And Cancer Turmeric is a rhizome, similar to ginger, that grows wild in Southeast Asia, and it is what provides curry dishes with t...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Oldest Living U.S. Veteran, Richard Overton, Dies at 112
December 28th, 2018
Oldest Living U.S. Veteran, Richard Overton, Dies at 112 For his first 107 years, Richard Overton lived in relative anonymity. A World War II veteran who fought in the Pacific, he could usually be fou...  Read More
by James Koroma
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France protests an economic catastrophe
December 9th, 2018
France protests an economic catastrophe The "yellow vest" protests have been "a catastrophe" for the French economy, the finance minister says. France has seen four consecutive weekends of demonstrati...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Rwandans See Glimmer of Hope as Poverty Levels Drop
December 7th, 2018
Rwandans See Glimmer of Hope as Poverty Levels Drop More Rwandan sregistered a significant improvement in their living conditions despite a marginal drop in poverty levels over the last three years, a...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Indigenous Seeds Key in Ensuring Food Security in Kenya
October 7th, 2018
Indigenous Seeds Key in Ensuring Food Security in Kenya The solution to achieving food security for the country is based on access to seeds.This is especially because the quality of seeds determines t...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Indonesian troops prepared to shoot looters amid quake desperation
October 3rd, 2018
Indonesian troops prepared to shoot looters amid quake desperation The death toll in Indonesia's twin quake-tsunami disaster has climbed above 1,400, with time running out to rescue survivors six days...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Ben Lecomte's Trans-Pacific Swim Breaks the 1,000-Mile Mark
September 30th, 2018
Ben Lecomte's Trans-Pacific Swim Breaks the 1,000-Mile Mark Far out in the Pacific Ocean, Ben Lecomte swam past a milestone this week.Lecomte, who’s attempting to become the first man to swim across t...  Read More
by James Koroma
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7 Outside-The-Kitchen Uses For Honey
September 27th, 2018
7 Remarkable ‘Outside-The-Kitchen’ Uses For Honey September is National Honey Month, and the golden liquid seems to deserve the honor. Americans consume about 1.5 pounds of honey per person annually, ...  Read More
by James Koroma
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3,000-Year-Old Site May Be the World's Oldest Brewery
September 17th, 2018
3,000-Year-Old Site May Be the World’s Oldest Brewery For many people, nothing tastes better than a glass of cold beer, whether enjoyed at the end of a long day of work or while relaxing on a summer a...  Read More
by James Koroma
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8 Powerhouse Cancer-Fighting Foods
September 8th, 2018
8 Powerhouse Cancer-Fighting Foods Did you know that your immune system is capable of healing pretty much every disease known to man? The body’s self-healing capabilities are quite astounding.There ac...  Read More
by James Koroma
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4 Perennial Berries You Can Plant Once And Enjoy For A Lifetime
August 12th, 2018
4 Perennial Berries You Can Plant Once And Enjoy For A Lifetime Many of us living off-the-grid have a robust garden to supplement the homestead’s food supply. Usually, the garden relies on annual plan...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Lemur extinction: Vast majority of species under threat
August 2nd, 2018
Lemur extinction: Vast majority of species under threat Almost every species of lemur, wide-eyed primates unique to Madagascar, is under threat of extinction. That is the conclusion of an internationa...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Zimbabwe’s Transitional Election: An Opportunity to Rebrand
July 28th, 2018
Zimbabwe’s Transitional Election: An Opportunity to Rebrand Zimbabwe will elect Emmerson Mnangagwa as the new president this month. Amidst global  trends of divisive politics, Zimbabwe will hope to bu...  Read More
by James Koroma
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African Nations Pledge to Use Trade to Reduce Poverty
June 15th, 2018
African Nations Pledge to Use Trade to Reduce Poverty Geneva — Gambia's Vice President and Minister for Women's Affairs, Fatoumata Jallow-Tambajang, says trade has been a strategic tool for reducing p...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Japanese whaling programme slaughtered 122 pregnant minke whales on barbaric and illegal hunt
May 30th, 2018
Japanese whaling programme slaughtered 122 pregnant minke whales on barbaric and illegal hunt Animal rights activists have expressed outrage after a report on Japan’s “scientific whaling” programme sh...  Read More
by James Koroma
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The Benefits of Diatomaceous Earth
May 14th, 2018
The Benefits of Diatomaceous Earth What, you ask, is diatomaceous earth? Isn’t all earth… well, earth? Of course, but diatomaceous earth is a particular type of earth. Okay, it’s basically dirt, but i...  Read More
by James Koroma
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The Huge Appetite Of Louis XIV
May 1st, 2018
The Huge Appetite Of Louis XIV When French King Louis XIV died in 1715, his stomach was reportedly twice the size of the average human. Louis was known for his voracious appetite, but little did he kn...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Helpful Anti-Inflammatory Herbs When You Can’t Use NSAIDs
April 24th, 2018
Helpful Anti-Inflammatory Herbs When You Can’t Use NSAIDs When people are in pain, they automatically reach out for pain relievers. The most common pain relievers used are non-steroidal anti-inflammat...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Ongoing Drought Affecting World Food Prices
April 22nd, 2018
Ongoing Drought Affecting World Food Prices The prices for cereals, which contain the world’s most important food crops, rose by 12.1% over the past year. The cost of cereals, which include grains, co...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Surviving The Hard Times Ahead With Discipline And Frugality
April 14th, 2018
Surviving The Hard Times Ahead With Discipline And Frugality Hard times are nothing new. Adverse circumstances have come and gone throughout the centuries, and people have dealt with extreme difficult...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Could non-alcoholic gin ever be as good as the real thing?
April 1st, 2018
Could non-alcoholic gin ever be as good as the real thing? In the gracious surroundings of the wood-panelled Jubilee Room, corks are popped, beer is guzzled and lemons fizz in free-flowing G&Ts. But d...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Less Than a Quarter of the Earth Has Escaped Substantial Impacts by Humans
March 27th, 2018
Less Than a Quarter of the Earth Has Escaped Substantial Impacts by Humans Land degradation will unleash a mass migration of at least 50 million people by 2050 — as many as 700 million unless humans s...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Bumpy labels that signal when food has gone off are set to be introduced for dairy products
March 18th, 2018
Bumpy labels that signal when food has gone off are set to be introduced for dairy products  High tech food labels that turn 'bumpy' when products have gone off are set to be introduced by a dairy com...  Read More
by James Koroma
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12 Weird But Helpful Things Cornstarch Can Do
March 15th, 2018
12 Weird But Helpful Things Cornstarch Can Do Cornstarch is great in the kitchen, but you may not know that there are a slew of uses for cornstarch around the house.Let’s look at 12 such uses:1. Windo...  Read More
by James Koroma
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How To Make Pancake Syrup From Birch Trees
March 13th, 2018
How To Make Pancake Syrup From Birch Trees Birch syrup is an alternative to maple syrup that is commonly grown across the northern United States, Canada and in northern Europe. While other birch produ...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Two million children risk starvation in DRC
March 9th, 2018
Two million children risk starvation in DRC Over two million children in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are at risk of starvation if they do not receive the aid they need, the UN has warned. ...  Read More
by James Koroma
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5 Questions You Better Ask Before Buying Garden Seeds
March 3rd, 2018
5 Questions You Better Ask Before Buying Garden Seeds Those of us who raise our own vegetables know it involves more than simply sowing spring seeds and reaping the delicious rewards at harvest time. ...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Cheese Before Bed Will Not Give You Nightmares
March 1st, 2018
Cheese Before Bed Will Not Give You Nightmares Have you ever been chided in the twilight hours of consciousness for opening the cold fridge in a quest for late night dairy delicacies? If so, you have ...  Read More
by James Koroma
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South Sudan government believes relying on aid creates dependency syndrome
February 26th, 2018
South Sudan government believes relying on aid creates dependency syndrome One year after South Sudan briefly declared a famine, more than half of the people in the world's youngest nation face extrem...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Household names open pop-ups in order to claw back young diners with a taste for food trends
February 25th, 2018
Household names open pop-ups in order to claw back young diners with a taste for food trends Young diners seeking the latest food trend threaten to kill off chain restaurants, industry experts have wa...  Read More
by James Koroma
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Cold, hungry, jobless: The Greeks begging for bread
February 23rd, 2018
Cold, hungry, jobless: The Greeks begging for bread When Iliodoros Filios first ventured to a soup kitchen in 2012, he was consumed with shame. He waited idly outside while his wife and children went ...  Read More
by James Koroma