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Webmaster | 26. March 2006 @ 07:40
NEW YORK (Yonhap) _ The staple Korean food kimchi was selected as one of the world’s five healthiest foods by Health Magazine published in the United States. Why? Read here......[url]http://times.hankooki.com/lpage/200603/kt2006032617233853460.htm[/url]
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Webmaster | 23. March 2006 @ 06:42
if you'd like to concoct your own culinary tribute, try these recipes from "Recipes for Today," a WW II-era cookbook that directed cooks to "buy only what you need," "never waste a morsel" and "use that old American ingenuity." Click here for recipe....[url]http://www.kansas.com/mld/eagle/living/food/14162033.htm[/url]
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Webmaster | 23. March 2006 @ 03:09
“He wasn't that overweight, but ... he was fascinated with trying to drop those last 20 pounds,” she said. “I saw him sitting at the table drinking protein shakes while we were eating. The diets never worked.” Have you heard of the statement before? If so, read this article.....may this enlighten you.....:look: [url]http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/features/20060322-9999-lz1f22diets.html[/url]
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Webmaster | 22. March 2006 @ 04:35
How come? Does it really safe to consume? Read this [url]http://www.thestandard.com.hk/news_detail.asp?pp_cat=11&art_id=14658&sid=7144620&con_type=1[/url]
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Webmaster | 20. March 2006 @ 03:00
Bird flu can be kept at bay by safely handling and eating properly-cooked poultry products, director-general of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Dr Lee Jong-Wook said in a statement on Tuesday click here to read more........[url]http://www.thehimalayantimes.com/fullstory.asp?filename=6a4Sa1ta.9amal&folder=aHaoamW&Name=Home&dtSiteDate=20060301[/url]
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Webmaster | 17. March 2006 @ 03:00
A diet high in whole grains may lower a person's likelihood of developing diabetes and heart disease, new study findings show. Do not believe :O click here http://today.reuters.com/news/articlenews.aspx?type=healthNews&storyid=2006-03-02T183553Z_01_COL266906_RTRUKOC_0_US-WHOLE-GRAINS.xml
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Webmaster | 15. March 2006 @ 03:00
Whether paid work or volunteer work, working at home offers easy kitchen access. Whether that's a benefit or a hazard to smart eating depends on you. To eat smart as a home-office habit, set regular mealtimes rather than heading to the kitchen on a break. When you do need a break, "do" rather than eat: walk the dog, pick a flower bouquet, start a laundry load. Especially if you work alone, go out for an occasional lunch with a friend or a colleague. Enjoy the home-office advantage: take your afternoon break to put dinner in the oven or start a simmering pot of hearty stew. click here to read more http://www.clickondetroit.com/health/3710820/detail.html
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Webmaster | 13. March 2006 @ 03:00
Have you evaluated the risks you have undertake by doing the things below 1.Can't be bothered with fruit? 2.Consuming too much sugary drinks. 3.Smoking. 4.Binge drinking 5.Consuming caffeine to excess. Well ...click here and read this http://entertainment.news.com.au/story/0,10221,18424850-22809,00.html Please do not indulge in excess whatever you do :)
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Webmaster | 10. March 2006 @ 03:00
Ginger can help you to purge gas out of your body. So it is good to consume some. :smartass: [b][u]Ingredients[/b][/u] * 1 pineapple * 1 knob ginger * 2-3 tablespoon dark brown sugar * 1/2 teaspoon rum * mint leaves for garnish [b][u]Cooking Method[/b][/u] 1. Cut pineapple lengthwise into quarters. 2. Cut out the core. 3. Cut pineapple 1cm from the outer rind. 4. Cut the pineapple into bite sized pieces. 5. Peel & mince ginger. 6. Place pineapple and ginger in a bowl. 7. Combine with dark brown sugar and rum to coat. 8. Chill in fridge. 9. Serve with mint leaves (optional)
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Webmaster | 8. March 2006 @ 03:00
Straight out of Liaison College Culinary Arts, Downtown Campus (www.liaisoncollegedowntown.com) come these simple and quick recipes for busy students and professionals. Whether you?re forced to eat at your desk or in between classes these recipes are made with you in mind. Click here for recipe...http://www.metronews.ca/worksmart_news.asp?id=14359 Remember please do not eat so much as it is heaty stuff :wave:
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Webmaster | 6. March 2006 @ 03:00
Ayurveda is based on the premise that true health is a state of balance among the diverse energies of the universe within us. Ayurveda, a Sanskrit term meaning knowledge (or science) of life, is one of the oldest healing traditions, dating back some 5,000 years. It is India's original system of medicine and remains the foundation of medical care in that country. Interested? click here..... http://www.chronogram.com/issue/2006/03/wholeliving/index.php
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Webmaster | 5. March 2006 @ 12:37
[b]Ingredients [/b] * 6 egg yolks * 115g caster sugar * 1 teaspoon cornflour * 450ml semi-skimmed milk * 115g dark chocolate, broken into squares * 115g milk chocolate, broken into squares * 115g white chocolate, broken into squares * natural vanilla essence * 450ml whipping cream [b]Cooking Method [/b] 1. Put egg yolks, cornflour and sugar in a bowl. 2. Whisk until thick and foamy. 3. Pour the milk into a heavy based saucepan. 4. Bring the milk just to boil in a saucepan. 5. Then gradually pour it on the yolk mixture, whisking constantly. 6. Scrape back into the pan and cook over gentle heat. 7. Stirring constantly until the custard has thickened and is smooth. 8. Take the pan off the heat. 9. Divide the custard equally among three bowls of equal size. 10 Add the dark chocolate to one bowl. 11. Add milk chocolate to another bowl. 12. Add white chocolate and vanilla essence to the third bowl. 13. Stir with separate spoons until chocolate has melted. 14. Cool and chill. 15. Line a 25 X 7.5 X 7.5cm | 10 X 3 X 3in terrine or large loaf tin with clear film. [b]To be continued below...2 methods to choose from : By Hand or Ice cream Maker[/b] [b]Use Hand Instead of Ice Cream Maker[/b] 16. Whip cream until it has just thickened but is still soft enough to fall from a spoon. 17. Divide among the bowls and fold the cream into chilled custard. 18. Pour each flavour into a separate tub. 19. Freeze for 3-4 hrs, beating once with fork or electric whisk until smooth. 20. Spoon the milk chocolate ice cream into lined tin, level the surface using the back of a spoon and freeze until firm. 21. Spoon the white chocolate ice cream into tin, level the surface and freeze until firm. 22. Repeat the process with the dark chocolate ice cream, making sure the surface is smooth and level. 23. Cover the terrine with clear film, then freeze it overnight. 24. To serve, remove the clear film cover, then invert on to a plate. 25. Peel off the clear film and serve in slices. 26. Ready to serve. [b]Use Ice Cream Maker[/b] 16. Stir a third of the cream into each bowl. 17. Then churn the milk chocolate custard mixture until thick. 18. Return the remaining bowls of flavoured custard and cream to the fridge. 19. Churn the white chocolate ice cream until thick and smooth. 20. Then spoon it into the tin. 21. Level the surface and freeze until firm. 22. Continue in the same way with which white chocolate and, then, finally , with dark chocolate. 23. Cover the terrine with clear film, then freeze it overnight. 24. To serve, remove the clear film cover, then invert on to a plate. 25. Peel off the clear film and serve in slices. 26. Ready to serve. I try it and loved it! :wub: pss...I make my very own ice cream and my kids even ask for more....:D
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Webmaster | 5. March 2006 @ 09:57
The deadly H5N1 strain of the bird flu has infected poultry and wild fowl in Asia, Africa and Europe raising fears that it could spark a global pandemic if it becomes easily transmittable from human to human. Two health officials discuss the recent outbreaks and steps by the international community to prevent a devastating outbreak among humans.Click here to read more http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/health/jan-june06/birdflu_3-02.html
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