Arabic Coffee: History and Origin
You can argue for a long time what this phrase means - "coffee in Arabic." Some will argue that this is a special kind of arabica that has conquered the…

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Cone jam lavender jelly: 10 boring homework
PROCESSING OF SEASONAL VEGETABLES AND FRUITS - it is convenient, affordable and beautiful, home-made jam will be a cool gift for any holiday. We recommend treating the sunsets as a…

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Good and bad carbohydrates
Proper nutrition is one of the most effective methods of maintaining good health and well-being. One of its most important aspects is carbohydrates, because your well-being can be good or…

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How to get the most out of tea

Tea Making Rules

Use soft, sweet water, free of minerals and odorless. Bring it to a boil, but do not boil it.

There are two ways to make tea. The first way: brewing.

Choose a teapot that matches the number of participants in the tea party.
Control the brewing time, pour each brewing on time (after all, good tea can be brewed several times).
Do not allow the brewing kettle to cool. Water the kettle with hot water if necessary.
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Livestock and humanity: Does stress affect the taste of meat

IDILLIC PICTURE OF FARMS, where different animals enjoy relative freedom (say, periodically graze in the wild), though it has not disappeared, but today it is found much less often than we would like. The modern scale and pace of meat production leaves her less and less space. Take, for example, population growth: if at the beginning of the 20th century the world population was only about one and a half billion, then by 1960 this figure had doubled, and by the end of the century reached six billion. Today, the UN Population Fund estimates that 7.6 billion people live in the world. Along with this figure, meat consumption also increased – from 70 million tons in the 60s to 330 million tons in 2017. The point, of course, is not only the increase in population, but also that over the past half century, meat production has fallen in price and more and more people perceive it not as an element of luxury, but as a completely Continue reading

Exposing Soup: Why a Healthy Diet Is Possible Without It

In the POST-SOVIET SPACE AROUND SOUP a whole cult has arisen – many argue that without it a healthy diet would not exist. At the same time, they don’t specify which soup is meant, although they can radically vary in nutrient and energy content, not to mention texture and temperature. We understand when soups appeared, how they are useful and whether they really can prevent stomach ulcers.

First boilers
Archaeologists claim that the first stew appeared in the diet of our ancestors about 20 thousand years ago – this was due to the invention of pottery. Then, in the Late Paleolithic, the climate on Earth was especially cold. During excavations in the Xianen Cave in Jiangxi Province, fragments of ceramic Continue reading

Another vegetarian truth
  When I prepare blog material, I often come across different curious or even outrageous statements about vegetarianism. One of them, very persistent, is that the World Health Organization (WHO)…

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Why bitter foods are good and how to enjoy them
Bitter foods - doesn't sound too appetizing, right? But you may be surprised to find out how useful they are. And that your body really craves a bitter taste -…

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From Anthony Porowski to Chrissy Tigen: 9 standing culinary books of stars
CELEBRITY, EDITING YOUR OWN cookbook, is a common story. Many are skeptical of this phenomenon, especially when you consider that not all stars have a real relationship to recipes that…

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"And if they see me with bigmak ": Why fast food is not as harmful as we think
FAST FOOD IS CALLED TO PERFORM HUNGER, when there is no time for measured meals - such an industrial achievement would inevitably arise with the acceleration of the rhythm of…

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