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To Slim With The Plants
by Patou. To eat less and move more:A person who wants to lose weight has two possibilities which are presented at her. She can choose to eat less. By doing this, she reduces her caloric intake. From these circumstances, her organism must draw from her fat...
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Health Benefits Of Fennel Plant
by Kevin Pederson. The fennel herb is a versatile vegetable which can not only be eaten cooked or raw but is also a basis for anise, and is one of the ingredients of licorice. The fennel plant also flavors some brandy-based drinks, whilst the fennel leaves are an...
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Great Sources for Seeds and Plants
by Selyn Tang. There are some great resources for buying your herb seeds on line or by mail. Some of these companies also have starter plants you can order during seasonal weather. These are companies which have been in business for many years. Their reputation...
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Distillation From Plants And Roots
by Mario Oreilly. Aniseed-flavored spirits Some 1,500 years before Christ, these licorice-flavored spirits were valued as healing agents by the Egyptians. In the nineteenth century, absinthe, a potent aniseed aperitif distilled from wormwood, became a highly...
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Benefits of Ginkgo Biloba
by Rich Marsiglia. Ginkgo trees, are one of the oldest species of trees cultivated in China and are believed to be 150 to 200 million years old. The ginkgo trees grow in average soil and even in full sun. The tree can grow 100 – 120 feet. Ginkgo trees are very...
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Brief History Of The Mint
by Christopher Pratt. The mint is a common favorite treat among Americans. I am not talking about the mint that produces money (although that would be an American favorite treat too!) but the candy that is often enjoyed after a meal. Americans have enjoyed mints in the...
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Spicing Up the Ordinary
by Della Franklin. I've often wondered how a chef can make such aromatic mixtures simply by throwing in a leaf of this or a dash of that. How do they know just what to add to enhance their meal? I went straight to a local chef and asked him. He said, "You just know....
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Spicy Food That Titillates The World
by Sanjoea. Kerala regarded as God’s own country celebrated for its backwaters, provides vast opportunities for thegrowth of various industrial sectors , including food processing. Kerala is a land of spices considering the large variety of spices grown in the...
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Where Do You Find Your Food Inspiration?
by Susan Hamilton. You would expect it on Food Network, but not ABC. I am talking about the cooking craving. It is hard to watch any cooking show, without the need to get up and start creating culinary masterpieces. But, to get this itch on a Wednesday evening while...
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