Famous Recipes:

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Hosting A Cup Of Tea-Food & Beverage

What exactly is tea? The leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant are used to make all types of tea. To ...
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Puffed rice

Crunchy Puffed Rice-Healthy Food

What exactly is Mamra/ puffed rice ? Puffed rice, also known as kurmura, mamra, or murmura, is a rice-based cereal ...
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Calming Music & Meditation :

Learn about and listen to some peaceful and mind-calming music-

Rain water on leave

Relaxing Rain Fall Sound To Relief Stress: How To Get Rid Of Anxiety

The soothing sound of rain is not only calming, but it can be used to relieve stress and anxiety. The ...
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Fun Facts About Music That’ll Make You Want to Listen: A blog around the benefits of listening to music

Music has the ability to communicate with people from all walks of life. It can be used to express empathy, ...
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Book Reviews:

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Ganesha Mantras or Stotram

There are a lot of books out there, but you won't discover anything that is really specific to your immediate ...
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Quick Reads:

pros and cons of food paper wrap
Food Paper Wrap: Pros and Cons Food paper wrap is a type of packaging material that is made from paper. It is often used to wrap food items, such as sandwiches, fruits, and vegetables. Food paper wrap is available in a variety of colors and patterns, and it can be customized to fit the needs of the food industry. There are several pros and cons to using food paper wrap. Here is a more detailed look at the pros and ...
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During the summer, many people experience dehydration, and another sign of it is having low energy. The hot sun has the capacity to fully exhaust us when the mercury level rises. We are placing our bodies at greater risk by disregarding this. So, it is crucial that we exercise particular caution during the hot season. We can combat the risky effects of summer by eating healthfully and making certain lifestyle modifications. In order to counteract the negative effects of the hot ...
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holiday food
During the holidays, no one wants to be on a rigid diet. We wish to take advantage of the abundance of old favourites. How can the holidays be enjoyed without putting on weight? It's not that difficult, according to dietitians, if you plan beforehand. Start by altering your perspective. When mid-November arrives, if you've been trying to lose weight, switch your attention from weight reduction to weight maintenance. So that you may enjoy the holiday delicacies and wait until the ...
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Merry Christmas
In order to create a joyful and festive atmosphere throughout the holiday season, Christmas decorations are essential. We offer you ideas on how to decorate a garden for Christmas to uplift spirits and create warm memories throughout the chilly days and nights, whether you're going all out and making your house and garden the envy of the street with elaborate light designs and displays, or you just want to welcome your guests with a simple hand-made wreath and some soft ...
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Having a good garden may be in danger during the winter. It's a good idea to cover tender plants, bring pots inside, and layer mulch for additional frost protection when the golden leaves begin to fall. Plants should be put in a cold frame Garden plants can be harmed by weather conditions that are cold, wet, windy, and icy. Using a cold frame is a great way to shield tender plants from the first frost. These bottomless boxes are simple ...
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can food make you travel back in time?
Researchers from Lancaster University recently investigated the viability of using 3D printed flavor-based cues for memory recall in old age. The researchers discovered that older people who were exposed to childhood food flavors were able to "time travel" back in time and have a more vivid memory of the original event. The researchers recruited 12 senior citizens and recorded 72 memories, each of which was recalled twice. The food memories ranged from strawberries in a hospital after giving birth to eating grilled mackerel at a golden wedding. The researchers collaborated with the participants to develop personalized flavor-based cues for each of their food memories. These 3D-printed edible cues have the same flavors as the original food but are smaller, gel-like balls that are easier to swallow. When prompted ...
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travel therapy
1. Traveling frees you from anything and everything that is keeping you back. When you travel, you begin to believe that "the possibilities are unlimited." While you're away, you can go wherever you want, chat to anyone, eat anything you want, and do whatever you want. With almost no responsibilities and being surrounded by new things, the sky is your only limit.   2. Traveling makes you unconcerned about what others think of your actions or appearance. There is no need ...
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Keeping track of daily sugar intake is beneficial for everyone, but it is especially important for diabetics! Diabetics are always advised to avoid sweets and maintain a healthy and balanced diet. People with diabetes frequently believe that eating fruits can raise their blood sugar levels, however this is a complete misconception! Fruits are an excellent source of a range of nutrients and a highly healthful approach to satisfy hunger. However, the majority of fruits are high in sugar, but there ...
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make money online
Inflation is currently at a 40-year high, pushing up costs on almost everything. While cost-cutting and careful planning can assist, it may not be enough for certain Americans. If you're in this situation, or if you just want to relieve some financial stress, you should think about starting a second, passive income source. Fortunately, the internet makes this much easy than you may imagine. There are numerous ways to make money online that do not require any special skills. Do ...
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Can you image growing peach trees in a traditional orchard, exotic root vegetables as a replacement for potatoes, or strange and fascinating salad leaves in the summer when our regular lettuces have bolted? "In ten years, we won't have as many apples or potatoes or other crops that are really struggling, and instead, we'll see more fruits and a greater range of fruits," Dove predicted. "We will see a variety of fruit crops, such as oca and mashua, growing alongside ...
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