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THE BENEFITS OF BROCCOLI

Broccoli is an edible green vegetable with a large flowering head whose name is derived  from the Italian plural of broccolo, meaning flowering crest of a cabbage. It belongs to the specie of Brassica oleracea and has big flower head, arranged in a tree-like structure on edible stalk. The clustered flower heads are surrounded by leaves.It originated from Italy before it was introduced to America a

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PIYALE PASTA WITH CURRY VEGETABLES SAUCE

This piyale pasta with curry vegetables sauce is a perfect dish to satisfy your cravings and quench your hunger. If you don't want to take my word for it, please feel free to try out the recipe yourself!!!

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HERE'S WHY YOU ACTUALLY NEED BRUSSELS SPROUTS

Brussels Sprouts Plant There has been some increasing demands for fruit and vegetables due to their high nutritive contents. During the World Health Organisation 3rd Biennial 5-A-Day International Symposium, Dr Derek Yach suggested the need for everyone to strive towards eating more fruit and vegetables as a fundamental approach for tackling certain chronic diseases. Almost all fruit and vegetab

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CABBAGE

Cabbage botanically known as Brassica oleracea is an edible multi-layered green, white or purple leafy vegetable. It is closely related to other crops such as cauliflower, brussels sprouts and broccoli. It is believed that cabbage originated from Europe before it spread to other parts of the world where it is used in many cuisines.

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Roasted Chicken Thighs

The roasted chicken thighs recipe is fairly easy and straight forward to make. All you need is just a simple CALL TO ACTION! Grab your chicken thighs, wash and season them properly, allow to marinate for few hours and then throw them into a preheated oven to get them roasted and ready to eat. Just so easy as that.

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BENEFITS OF LOROCO FLOWER

Loroco So many interests are constantly driving towards consuming varieties of wild plants. Despite the agricultural advancements and surplus food production in our modern world, the old tradition of consuming wild plants is not yet neglected. This is attributed to the fact that most of these wild plants are highly nutritive, useful for culinary purposes and offer several remarkable benefits to

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