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A food podcast devoted to healthy living. Serves as an opportunity to share and grow knowledge on topics surrounding food preparation, healthy eating and lifestyle.
I refer to these medicinal plants as nature’s gift to mankind! The use of plants for treating diseases has become remarkably popular both traditionally and pharmaceutically. Interestingly, medi Read more
Flaxseeds Flaxseed is simply the seed from a flax plant, which is originally from the Mediterranean and West Asia before spreading to other parts of the world. It is believed to be among the old Read more
Arugula Leaves Arugula is also known as salad rocket, rucoli, salad vegetable, rugula, arugula, roquette, rocket leaves, colewort or rucola, garden rocket, salad leaf and it belongs to the Brass Read more
Watercress is a fast-growing semi-aquatic or aquatic plant that is botanically known as Nasturtium officinale. It is native to America, Asia and Europe and different countries have different names Read more
Ogbono is botanically known as Irvingia gabonensis (Aubry-Lecomte ex O’Rorke) Baill and highly demanded due to its wide benefits. Ogbono is a specie of African trees that belongs to the genus Irvingi Read more
Egusi seed still remains a popular food plant consumed especially by our African folks to complement starchy food such as fufu, eba, akpu, pounded yam etc. Interestingly, several researchers have Read more
Jasmine is botanically known as Jasminum officinale or jæsmᵻnəm and belongs to the olive family of Oleaceae. This shrub comprises of approximately two hundred species that are originally from Ocea Read more
in todays podcast, we delve into the Scallion plant, it's composition and what it can add to your nutrition. Scallion is an annual herb that is botanically known as Allium fistulosum L. Alliace Read more
On this episode of health & food bloggers Podcast, Blessing from www.globalfoodbook.com and Krystina from www.kouzounaskitchen.com are joined today by Karen and Steffanos from www.steffanos.ca to Read more