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  • From Kaniwa to Cauliflower - We Predict the Top Five Food Crazes of 2015

    From Kaniwa to Cauliflower - We Predict the Top Five Food Crazes of 2015

    Kale is so 2014. But what's next? We predict the next hottest food trendsIn 2014 we went mad for kale, quinoa and craft beer, so what will be the food trends of 2015? Here are our top five predictions for the next food crazes.Kaniwa Now that we have all worked out how to pronounce quinoa, there is ...

  • Cooking With Cauliflower, a Feisty Vegetable That Can Take a Punch

    Cooking With Cauliflower, a Feisty Vegetable That Can Take a Punch

    Cauliflower, though now in vogue, was once the least appreciated of the large family of cruciferous vegetables, no doubt because of memories of encountering it boiled, flabby and timidly seasoned, if seasoned at all. It may be hard to believe, as grilled cauliflower "steak" is now served as a main c...

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  • Winter Warmers: 10 foods to keep the flu away

    Winter Warmers: 10 foods to keep the flu away

    Do you know what COLD stands for? Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease. Well, I too was surprised with this rather hard hitting description. We all know what typically happens when we get a cold - our nose is runny, our eyes get watery and the head feels stuffed. We all wish that the dipping mercury was...

  • Mussels, difficult? A myth without legs

    Mussels, difficult? A myth without legs

    I have a friend who makes kimchee from scratch, can produce molecular-cuisine-inspired foams and gelées and has even deep-fried an entire Thanksgiving turkey on his petite patio.But steaming a pot of mussels? Now that intimidates him.That cooking mussels is a scary proposition is an all-too-commo...

  • Cabbage compound protects against radiation

    Cabbage compound protects against radiation

    A compound derived from cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli may protect against harmful effects of radiation during cancer therapy, scientists have found.Georgetown University Medical Center researchers found the compound, known as DIM, protected rats and mice from letha...

    Read More: Health, cabbage, cancer
  • How to cook the perfect cauliflower cheese

    How to cook the perfect cauliflower cheese

    Do you eat cauliflower cheese on its own or as a side dish, and what do you add to liven it up?Cauliflower cheese is one of the few dishes described as "nursery food" that may deserve that twee title, being, in its most common state, both extraordinarily bland and extremely easy on the teeth. Indeed...

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