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Deities, Dungeons, and Death's Dishes 14h
! Due to its extremely low moisture and high acidity, honey has an indefinite shelf life.
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W2WorldBuffet 19h
Did you know that honey is the only edible food that doesn't go off. 🍯🧸 So no need to worry about that jar that's been in the back of your cupboard forever.
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Deities, Dungeons, and Death's Dishes Jul 16
! Modern tomatoes are grown for yield and firmness to transport easier accross long distances. However, modern supermarket tomatoes are now bland as a result. Try heirlooms for more flavor
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Deities, Dungeons, and Death's Dishes Jul 15
! Almond milk typically contains less than 50% almonds, with some half gallon containers containing less than 5% almonds
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Cal Poly Dining 12h
That's a crazy ! Next stop, Peru for a potato campaign.
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Blue Star Jul 15
"Rich in Vitamin A, B and C, green apples are packed with a good dose of fibre. They help detoxify your digestive system and may reduce the risk of developing colon cancer. "
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Cal Poly Dining 15h
Here's a weird food fact - an average ear of corn has an even number of rows, usually 16. Next time you are enjoying a good corn on the cob this summer, don't forget to count the rows! 🌽 🌽 🌽
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IFST Jul 12
The inside of a banana skin can be used to polish shoes
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BiteByByte Jul 16
Did you know that a tablespoon of juice extracted from (Snake Gourd) leaves can help fight heart disorder like palpitations? Chichinda has higher moisture and hence has fewer calories. It also controls diabetes.
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Memory Morsels Jul 16
Did you know that raspberries contain potassium, folate, and various antioxidants that are known to provide neurological benefits? Celebrate Tip Tuesday with delicious raspberries to boost your brain health
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Kirstie’s #1 Fan Jul 13
you arent done cooking that if its still bloody. learned that the hard way... 🤮
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The VINE 9h
Remember this from Friday? Turns out there's another reason why peas could be a solid crop for the future: alcohol. Pea starch has a smaller carbon footprint than wheat and can be used to distill gin and perhaps beer.
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Spicery Jul 16
That's a lot of spice!!! Did you know this amazing fact?
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Deities, Dungeons, and Death's Dishes Jul 12
! Modern common bananas are all sterile clones. This is because of a disease that nearly wiped out bananas in recent history due to a lack of genetic diversity when farming.
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Deities, Dungeons, and Death's Dishes Jul 10
! Some breeds of cherries will split when ripening if not kept dry. After rainstorms, large cherry farms fly helicopters ~5 feet over the trees to dry them out and prevent mold from growing
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Ristorante Boccaccio Jul 12
Did You Know: Worldwide, there are over 600 varieties of pasta produced. There is a pasta shape to complement every pasta dish out there. There are different sizes of stuffed ravioli, penne or tubes, spaghetti, curly spirali, and many more. 🍝
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Dom's Tavola Calda Jul 16
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Nicolas Jul 10
Did you know? "Natural flavors" contain an average of 50 ingredients!
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Endura Gym Supplements Jul 9
Pledge to be Healthy !! 🚶‍♀️ Start Eating Healthy now.🍌😃 To know more, visit
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World Food Programme Jul 9
Today's is on 's staple food: ! 🍚 ▫️ Rice is grown on every continent on earth 🌏, except Antarctica ▫️ Asia alone produces and consumes more than 90% of the world’s rice ▫️ Rice provides 20% of the world’s dietary energy supply! 💪
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