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Drink Flavoured Water

Drink water that’s flavour-filled

Water is nature’s original health drink! It fills you up, keeps you hydrated, and helps prevent fatigue. But plain water can sometimes get a bit boring. Instead of using drink mixes or buying expensive flavoured waters, you can add zing

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Fallen Tree cuts off power

Light up your dark.

In winter and emergency situations, it’s not uncommon for there to be power outages, sometimes for hours or days. When that happens, a reliable flashlight – along with batteries – is essential. Switching on a flashlight is much safer than lighting a candle or striking a match.

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About Southern African cuisine

About Southern African Cuisine

The cooking of Southern Africa is sometimes called ‘rainbow cuisine’, as the food in this region is a blend of many cultures – the indigenous African tribal societies, European and Asian. To understand indigenous cuisine, it is important first to digress to understand the various native peoples of southern Africa. The indigenous people of Southern Africa were roughly divided into two groups and several sub groups.

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Eat 1 non-dairy food that is high in calcium

Eat 1 non-dairy food that is high in calcium

Today, add one food that’s high in calcium – but isn’t dairy – to a meal or snack. Some tasty sources include: dark green vegetables like kale, broccoli, Swiss chard, spinach, and collard greens; soy milk or tofu; or Brazil nuts or almonds. You can also sip your source with calcium-fortified orange juice.

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Calabaza En Tacha - Mexican Candied Pumpkin

Calabaza En Tacha- Mexican Candied Pumpkin

In Mexico, candied pumpkins are often used on the family altars during Dia de los Muertos. And after Halloween, all of the leftover pumpkins go on sale and it is the perfect time to enjoy the harvest.

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Doce de Abóbora - Sweet Pumpkin with Coconut - butternut dessert

Doce de Abóbora – Sweet Butternut Pumpkin with Coconut

This traditional Brazilian butternut dessert is made by cooking butternut squash with sugar and spices.

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How To Truss Chicken

How To Truss Chicken

Step by step instructions on how to truss chicken, plus pictures to help. Make trussing a chicken with twine easy with these diagrams and directions.

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Fabada Asturiana with Sidra, a typical dish of Asturias

About Asturian Cuisine

Asturian cuisine refers to the typical dishes and ingredients found in the cuisine of the Asturias region of Spain.

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