Some Foods Need Not Be Organic

Some Foods Need Not Be Organic

It’s a settled matter that some of the farm produce sold in grocery stores contain trace amounts of pesticide residues. For this reason, the organic food industry has seen exponential growth in recent years as people are becoming more health...
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Global beef production expected to be 61 million tons in 2017

Global beef production expected to be 61 million tons in 2017

World beef production is expected to reach more than 61 million tonnes this year. According to the U.S. Meat Export Federation, global beef production in 2017 is expected to increase by 820,000 tons from last year to more than 61...
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Healthy Kitchen Staples for Fast, Cheap Meals

Healthy Kitchen Staples for Fast, Cheap Meals

Shopping for groceries can be overwhelming—you’ve got crowds to dodge and a budget to keep in mind, not to mention the candy aisle calling your name. But that trip to the supermarket “is one of the most important things you’ll...
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Food Grains Availability to the Needy a Point of Concern: NHRC Chief

Food Grains Availability to the Needy a Point of Concern: NHRC Chief

Indicating the urgent need of strengthening the country’s food policies, National Human Rights Commission Chairman Justice (retired) H.L. Dattu on Thursday said there was an improvement in the food grain production but making it available to the needy re...
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Is Red Meat Making You Age Faster?

Is Red Meat Making You Age Faster?

A diet containing too much red meat and not enough fruits and vegetables could increase your body’s ‘biological age’ and lead to health problems, according to a latest research. Research led by the University of Glasgow and published today in...
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Now, Savour a Yoghurt Which is Naturally Sweet

Now, Savour a Yoghurt Which is Naturally Sweet

The presence of added sugar in dairy products has always led the health conscious consumers to avoid them. But a team of Danish researchers has made it possible to manipulate the metabolic properties of yogurt-producing bacteria to sweeten the yogurt...
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The Secret to Perfect Scrambled Eggs

The Secret to Perfect Scrambled Eggs

In the world of scrambled eggs, soft-scrambled eggs are the king of the breakfast table. Creamy, comforting and yet luxurious, you can pile it on a toast while you’re rushing out of the door or toss in some cheese, bacon...
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Vegetable Soups Built for Maximum Flavor

Vegetable Soups Built for Maximum Flavor

Soup season has us in its wintry grip, and now is the time to give in to its demands. “Make more soup,” the wind insists as the sleet pelts down from the hoary sky. There are many ways to accomplish...
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Egg Paratha: The Indian Breakfast Treat That’s All About a Simple Trick

Egg Paratha: The Indian Breakfast Treat That’s All About a Simple Trick

While bread and eggs may hold the pride of place when it comes to comfort food, many Indians, if given a chance, would happily trade the slice of bread for their beloved paratha. Crisp, flaky, and often stuffed with spice-mixed...
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Devilled Eggs: The 3-Ingredient Recipe to Spruce Up Ordinary Eggs

Devilled Eggs: The 3-Ingredient Recipe to Spruce Up Ordinary Eggs

t’s a wonder why this dish is associated with the ‘devil’, when in reality it is actually an angel in disguise. Super easy to rustle up, this recipe can save anyone’s day – from midnight hunger pangs, mid meal snacking...
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