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Drinks Recipes - The Quest For Safe Drinks

On average, the human body is 70% water and we require between 1 and 7 litres of water every day to prevent rehydration with typical intake recommenced to be about one litre. Today, with plumbing and .
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Eggs in Cookery - The Magic of Eggs

The domestic chicken originally probably arose in the Indian sub-continent as a result of selective breeding from both the Red Junglefowl (which chickens most resemble) and the Grey Junglefowl (which .
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Fish Recipes - Making the Best of Fish

Fish are an amazing natural resource that are an important source of food for people the world over. They are all aquatic creatures (live most of their time in water) have gills and fins and are ..
(October 31, 2008)
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The Recipes of Ethiopia

Ethiopia, officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, is one of the world's oldest nations. It is also the second oldest country to become officially Christian and 61% of the population ..
(October 07, 2008)
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Preparing the Perfect Pastry

The modern word ‘pastry’ derives from the Medieval English word ‘paest', literally ‘paste’ and describes the way that pastry was typically used up to Medieval times. ..
(October 08, 2008)
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Cooking With Hazelnuts

Humans have been eating hazelnuts for millennia and there is evidence in Scotland for large-scale harvesting of hazelnuts over 7000 years ago where whole communities would move to hazel woods to ..
(October 14, 2008)
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The Recipes and History of Halloween

When we think of Halloween today, we tend to think of it as an American festival. We think of dressing up and ‘trick or treating’. What most people are unaware of is that Halloween dates ..
(October 02, 2008)
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Waffles For Breakfast - The Art of Waffle Cooking

There is considerable debate as to the origins of waffles. The Dutch insist that they invented them, though the classic modern Dutch stroopwafels (syrup waffles) were actually invented in Gouda ..
(September 22, 2008)
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How to Make Jams and Jellies

In the UK, at least, there is a considerable difference between jams and jellies. Where a jam is made with whole fruit (including skins and seeds) and a jelly is made solely from the juice strained ..
(September 25, 2008)
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Baking Breads With Non-Wheat Constituents

Bread is a staple to a large proportion of the world's population and, at its simplest, it is a dough of wheat flour and yeast bound with water that uses the yeast as a rising agent and which is ..
(September 09, 2008)
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The Recipes of Nigeria

Of the West African cuisines, the cookery of Nigeria is perhaps the most well known outside its native region, as benefits Africa's most populous traditions. However, the westernized versions of ..
(August 05, 2008)
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Pizzas Made Easy

In all likelihood, pizzas (in terms of a flatbread with toppings) are probably as old as the history of the cultivation of wheat and bread-making. The ancient Assyrians and Babylonians were almost ..
(August 06, 2008)
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Scotland and Traditional Marmalade Recipes

Marmalade is a jam (jelly) made from oranges, traditionally served at breakfast time. The best kind is made from slightly bitter Seville oranges. There are many kinds of traditional marmalades in ..
(June 16, 2008)
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Traditional English Cookery

The late 19th and early 20th centuries were periods of major upheaval in British cookery and food which saw the demise of the excesses of Victorian dining (where even breakfast could consist of 10 or .
(June 17, 2008)
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Soups Hot and Cold

For many people the idea of a cold soup seems almost verging on the bizarre. Soups are meant to be hot. . . With possibly the exception of Gazpacho, the only cold soup that many people know about. ..
(June 19, 2008)
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Dont Fear Baking Making Cakes is Easy!

For many, the very thought of baking sends shivers down the spine. Yet a sponge cake is one of the easiest and most enjoyable recipes you can make. Whether you're making a very simple classic ..
(June 20, 2008)
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Imagination The Key to Using Wild Ingredients

Those wanting to use more wild-sourced ingredients in their cookery often ask questions like ‘where do I find recipes for . . . such and such. . . ’. Whilst it's true that many recipes ..
(June 22, 2008)
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Baking Tips For Cakes Cake Baking Made Easy

So many cooks seem to be under a misapprehension that baking, and most especially cake baking is somehow very difficult. Almost as if there is some mystic art to baking and that you need to be a ..
(June 23, 2008)
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Classic Scottish Recipes

If British recipes are, undeservedly, the joke of European cuisine, then Scottish cookery bears the brunt of British culinary jokes with tales of deep-fried pizzas and chocolate bars. The reality, of .
(May 29, 2008)
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Ice Creams And Sorbets - Freezing As A Cooking Technique

Perhaps because it's a relatively modern procedure and because it's typically used for food preservation, but the technique of freezing is almost never considered to be a cookery technique. Cooking ..
(May 27, 2008)
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Great British Desserts

British cookery is often treated as a joke, not least in Britain. Memories of over-cooked school meals and stodgy desserts abound. Yet cookery in Britain is going through something of a renaissance, ..
(May 19, 2008)
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The Welsh Foods of Patagonia

During the 18th and 19th century many Welsh people sought to escape Britain for both linguistic and religious reasons to found new homelands. Many Welsh colonies were founded, some in very surprising .
(May 02, 2008)
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Make the Most of Mushrooms

Mushrooms are amazing, neither plant nor animal they belong to a kingdom of life all their own. They come in a wide variety of textures, colours and flavours, from the tough and meaty to the subtle ..
(May 01, 2008)
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Living on the Wild Side of Food

As soon as spring comes upon us nature begins to deliver her abundance. But when thinking of wild foods most people tend to be reminded of Autumn and the wild fruit and mushroom harvest available ..
(May 01, 2008)
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The Recipes of Wales Modern and Traditional Foods

When people think of Wales the food is not what they immediately think of. Indeed, much of the traditional cookery of Wales is what might be called ‘peasant food’. This is hardly ..
(May 01, 2008)
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