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    All About Rice Bran Oil and Its Many Health and Beauty Benefits

    Rice bran oil is made by extracting the oil from the rice bran, the outer layer of the rice grain. It is mainly produced in Japan, Thailand, India, China, and Vietnam. It is an edible oil is loaded with healthy unsaturated fatty acid. In rice oil, these are monounsaturated fatty acids and polyunsaturated fatty acids […] More

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    Six Forgotten Penny Candy Favorites

    One of the best childhood memories is visiting a neighborhood penny candy shop. Heck, that is probably one of the best adult memories too. The thrill of checking out that candy buffet, grabbing that plastic basket, and filling it up with a variety of colorful sweets from almost every jar is definitely one of life’s […] More

  • Nothing Bundt Cakes

    All About Nothing Bundt Cakes & 11 Ingenious Ways to Use a Bundt Pan

    If you don’t know anything about Nothing Bundt cakes, you don’t know nothing about Bundt cakes at all. Established in 1997, Dena Tripp and Debbie Shwetz teamed up to make great Bundt cakes for their friends and families. It didn’t take long before they moved on to making cakes professionally. They seem to come along […] More

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    Why Totino’s Pizza is the Best Frozen Pizza

    Totino’s frozen pizza is a delicious and fast meal solution when you are too busy to cook something from scratch. Even red seal chefs come home after a long, hard day and toss a Totinos pizza in the oven. Who can resist the scent of dough cooking, rich tomato sauce, and all that ooey-gooey mozzarella […] More

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    10 Interesting Facts About Chocolate Wine

    For all your wine enthusiasts who love wine and chocolate together, why not just drink chocolate wine? It’s a lovely red wine, full of chocolate flavor and the perfect after-dinner drink. While it is popular around holidays that we associate with chocolate, like Valentine’s Day or Easter, it’s a nice treat any time. There are […] More

  • Pine Nuts

    Pine Nuts: Everything you ever wanted to know and more!

    For those of you who have not tried pine nuts, or simply think they are some kind of earthy-crunchy food, you may want to rethink that notion. They are very healthy, can be eaten raw, toasted, on salads, and in pasta, and are very popular in Mediterranean recipes. They are also very popular in Europe, and […] More

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    Tomatillos – All About this Key Ingredient in Mexican Cuisine

    Tomatillos are the fruit of a plant in the Nightshade family and a staple in Mexican dishes. Even though they look similar to a green tomato, they are from an entirely different plant that is actually called a tomatillo plant. Also known as the Mexican husk tomato, these small, green fruits have a lot of […] More

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    Shake Things Up with Pink Himalayan Salt

    Does your regular salt in the shaker on your table seem dull and commonplace? Why not shake things up by using some pink Himalayan salt? This type of pink salt, which can be used to cook and season, is not only prettier than common table salt, but it may provide health benefits as well. Naturally […] More

  • New Zealand Yams

    New Zealand Yams – an adventurous alternative to the potato

    New Zealand yams belong to the Oxalidaceae, or wood sorrel, family with the Latin name Oxalis tuberosa Molina. This interesting herbaceous plant is a native of the Andean region and is cultivated in subtropical or tropical climates. It was introduced to Europe as a competitor for the potato and is popular in New Zealand, which […] More

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