Tuesday, 20 February 2018

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  • Do Indians eat pigs?

    Do Indians eat pigs?

    Yes they do. India is a diverse country comprising of Hindus, Moslems, Sikhs, Christians. So while some faiths may not approve of eating pork, in Goa they certainly do. Some places ...

  • What are the biggest misconceptions about food?

    What are the biggest misconceptions about food?

    With an abundance of false advertising and old wives’ tales surrounding the healthy eating industry, it can be tough to know what is really healthy and what just looks that way. He ...

  • 10 foods for the diabetic

    10 foods for the diabetic

    Living with any type of diabetes isn't best, however, a proper diabetes diet and exercise system can help you live a happy and full life. The perfect diet for diabetes is food that ...

  • African recipe: Zambian pineapple ham with avocado

    African recipe: Zambian pineapple ham with avocado

    You will love the blend of avocado with pineapple. This African recipe originates from Zambia. Ingredients 500 grams’ crushed, tinned, pineapple. 100 grams’ brown sugar. 2 tablespo ...

African recipe: East African braised chicken

African recipe: East African braised chicken

Branded East African dishes like this aromatic braised chicken derive their origin from the Indian spice trade in East Africa where traditional African cooking techniques were lea ...

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African recipe: Fresh tomato pasta

African recipe: Fresh tomato pasta

This is an extremely simple pasta recipe that originated in Eritrea. Rigatoni is preferred by most Eritreans, but you can use whatever pasta you prefer. It is especially delicious ...

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Four scientists win 2016 World Food Prize

Four scientists win 2016 World Food Prize

Four scientists have been awarded the 2016 World Food Prize for enriching sweet potatoes, which resulted in health benefits for millions of people. The orange-fleshed sweet potato ...

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African recipe: Papa with spicy vegetables (Lesotho)

African recipe: Papa with spicy vegetables (Lesotho)

This spicy vegetable dish originated in Basutoland, pre-independence Lesotho. This recipe isn’t hot so that a fire-breather would notice, but it is hot enough for you and your fam ...

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African recipe: South Sudanese red rice ‘couscous’

African recipe: South Sudanese red rice ‘couscous’

This South Sudanese red rice recipe is a specialty dish that is particular to a tribe in Southern Sudan. It looks similar to large couscous, but it is made from red rice flour. In ...

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African recipe: Congolese goat stew

African recipe: Congolese goat stew

This is a traditional recipe from the Republic of Congo. Across Africa, goats meat is much loved by urban dwellers. There are various recipes, but this particular one that include ...

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Lucid Ventures acquires a 20% stake in Jamie Oliver signature restaurant in SA

Lucid Ventures acquires a 20% stake in Jamie Oliver signature restaurant in SA

Lucid Ventures, a Venture Capital company launched earlier this year by kulula.com founder Gidon Novick yesterday announced its maiden investment. Lucid has acquired a 20% stake i ...

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African recipe: Nigerian Okra soup

African recipe: Nigerian Okra soup

Nigerian okra soup is one of the quickest and easiest Nigerian soups to prepare. Okra soup is prepared using the edible green seed pods of the okra flowering plant as a primary in ...

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African recipe: Moroccan chickpea stew

African recipe: Moroccan chickpea stew

This Moroccan chickpea stew recipe can incorporate all kinds of vegetables, whatever is in your fridge/ garden that needs to be cooked. Serve over couscous or rice. Ingredients 1 ...

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African recipe: East African stuffed flatbread (keema chapati)

African recipe: East African stuffed flatbread (keema chapati)

Keema chapati is often served in a breakfast banquet and topped with yoghurt or a sweet chutney. This meal is popular in countries in East Africa. Ingredients 1 long green chilli, ...

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