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  • Here's a good reason to eat more rice

    Here's a good reason to eat more rice

    Do you consider rice a culprit in adding extra kilos around your belly, think again! A new research shows that people can improve their diets simply by enjoying white or brown rice as a part of their daily meals."Adults who eat rice had more consistent diets. It showed higher amounts of potassium, m...

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  •  Store cupboard swaps - kitchen tips for busy cooks

    Store cupboard swaps - kitchen tips for busy cooks

    Run out of rice? Can't even find freekeh? No problem - there are all sorts of easy ingredient substitutions to make your recipes more flexible - and your shopping lists shorterHere for store cupboard we'll include fridge, freezer and fruit bowl. With a box of eggs, some milk, lemons, garlic, plus a...

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  • The best cooking oils for your health

    The best cooking oils for your health

    I have heard of blended whiskeys. But this was the first time I was hearing of blended oils. The packet claimed that it's an olive oil and then when I looked closely, it read blended oil. In another case, the photo on the oil bottle shows peanuts and it says peanut oil, and then in a small fon...

  • Why free-range milk is good for you

    Why free-range milk is good for you

    Real whole milk from grass-fed cows is creamy, nutritious and utterly delicious...Our shelves are stacked with white water labelled as milk, from cows pumped up on imported cereals and barely see, let alone chew, a blade of grass. But never confuse this with real whole milk as nature intended it, f...

  • Bibimbap: the ultimate comfort food

    Bibimbap: the ultimate comfort food

    This Korean dish is a one-bowl wonder and the perfect thing to warm you up as the cold weather hitsMy bones can feel the cold weather coming and I have a caveman's urge to get close to fire and fill my belly. There's only one thing for it: bibimbap. This Korean dish is the champion of comfort foods...

  • 10 Best Recipes From Uttar Pradesh

    10 Best Recipes From Uttar Pradesh

    Indulge in the true flavors of local ingredients and relish the tastes from the most fascinating northern state, Uttar Pradesh which boasts of an array of vegetarian and non-vegetarian delights.The cuisine of Uttar Pradesh is just as diverse as its geography. Ranging from every day classics like sab...

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  • China revives endangered rice species

    China revives endangered rice species

    A rare indigenous rice species, which was almost extinct in the 1970s due to low output, is being revived in north China's Hebei Province."It has not been easy but I have developed more than 5.3 hectares of the crop since seven years when I got a handful of about 300 seeds of kermes rice." said Zhen...

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  • 'Why is no one excited about Brazilian food?'

    'Why is no one excited about Brazilian food?'

    It's bad enough that so few people outside Brazil know much about the country's cuisine. But Alex Atala finds it particularly galling that even at home it rarely gets the respect it deserves."We are so proud of our soccer, our models, our music, our graffiti artists. Why is no one excited about Braz...

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  • Think tank: Age of 'cheap rice' from Asia is over

    Think tank: Age of 'cheap rice' from Asia is over

    The decades-long era of "cheap rice" when technological advances drove down prices of Asia's staple food may be over, but that could be good news for farm laborers, a British development think tank says.While the rising cost of rice will hurt poor urban consumers, particularly in parts of Africa tha...

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  • The Whole Story: The complex world of grains, made simple

    The Whole Story: The complex world of grains, made simple

    You can't mention quinoa without hearing about the plight of the Bolivians who can no longer afford to buy their crop because we're willing to pay so much for it. The word "rice" has become loaded: There are more colors (red? black?) and types (extra-long brown Basmati?) than those of us who grew up...

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