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Baked Rice Pudding Recipe

By TLN

This icious and light dessert is also called Sütlaç, the name comes from a Turkey and literally means rice pudding in Turkish as it originates from there. The recipe for it is quite simple and with the ingredient amounts in it you will be able to serve 5 to 6 cups of it.   Another quite […]

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Hepatitis A Outbreak from Frozen Berries in Australia

By Tim Sandle

Several Australians are suffering from hepatitis A after eating frozen berries, a BBC News report indicates. So far 14 people are affected, and the infection has spread to four states. The average incubation period of Hepatitis A is 4 weeks, but it could take about seven to eight weeks to show up the symptoms. This […]

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Nestle to Remove Artificial Flavors and Colors From Chocolates

By Tim Sandle

Nestle USA has announced that by the end of 2015, the company will remove artificial colors and flavors, such as Red 40, Yellow 5 and artificial vanillin from all candy brands in US. This includes than 250 products. Nestle is planning to replace these artificial ingredients with ones from natural sources like annatto from […]

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Smoothie Triplet Recipe

By TLN

What better way to start your morning than with a healthy, vitamin full smoothie that tastes absolutely icious? It will give you energy and as it’s filled with antioxidants, help you keep your immune system in balance. You can use fresh or frozen berries  (if you would like your smoothie to be ice cold, use […]

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Benefits of Slow Juice Diets

By Tim Sandle

Juicing is set to become one of 2015’s hottest trends, with juicer sales rocketing. A new survey of consumer behaviors outs some of the top juicing tips. Juicing fruit and vegetables to make tasty and nutritious drinks is becoming increasingly popular, according to the New York Times. A new survey by the health website Fitday […]

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Fast Food Ads and How Your Food Will Look In Real Life!

By TLN

We are all used to seeing beautiful food ads, mostly from big fast food chains. A perfectly grilled big chunk of meat falling in slow motion, gently landing on the surface of a freshly baked bread slice from which you can still see steam rising, bouncing two to three times before settling on that side […]

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