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I recently listened to a BBC pod cast about air fryers. The series is called 'Sliced Bread' where they look at claims that are either the best thing since sliced bread, SB or the proverbial BS. Anyway the up shot was they thought that cooking things like crispy chicken in an air fryer was better tha...
I'm going to have a go. I have a breadmaker somewhere in a dusty corner but its a pain to clean so I'd rather do it without. I was hoping if its fairly easy I could make some every week. Any recommendations or tips for making it easy or more tasty? I make bread every few days but not in a breadmake...
I think our health care system has become increasingly frustrating, especially under Covid. That said, we certainly don't want a health care system like in the USA.
I hope you get it sorted soon.
I am puzzled by 'waste food collection'. What exactly can you put in this?
We have a garden waste collection. I put potato peelings and uncooked veg scraps in this - in other words anything I would personally compost.
It strikes me that we live in an age where many if most have lost their connection with food. I know expats here in Thailand who practically never cook, they either dine out or order in take a ways. As a result my guess would be they really have no idea what's in the food they eat. In developed coun...
Wendy's had a really bad health scare out here in Thailand with acute gastroenteritis. They prescribed antibiotics, which as we know is bad for our gut Microbiome. So she's been recommended that she drink kombucha, a fermented tea.
Any one had any experiences with this - good or bad?
Hi Mo, Yes this is a tricky one. I'm sure going back many millennia our hunter-gathering ancestors ate a far more varied diet than we do. Indeed on of the concerns concerning food security is just how dependent the world is on a relatively few varieties of food - rice, wheat. If these fail or are de...
Though they can be menaces, you still got to admire foxes. They've become the apex predator in urban areas. They are intelligent and playful, except when they get in your chick coop and cause carnage.
I was chatting with a young couple from Denmark the other morning before setting of for diving. They in fact weren't going diving but were going snorkelling and asked if they were likely to see any turtles. I told them that I hadn't myself seen any turtles at this particular spot this year but I had...
.... an eagle ray! https://dive-urge.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Blog-eagleray.jpg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoQ2LD9Dews&ab_channel=cameldiveclub Beautiful creatures that seem to fly effortlessly through the water. (Picture and video not mine by the way) Makes me appreciate just how vast an...
Can't wait for to see BBC's Green Planet. In this series David Attenborough decided to a lot of the filming himself, rather than just the commentaries he has done lately. At 95 he is still an amazing guy.
We made 'leftovers' soup yesterday, basically all the vegetables still in the fridge from Christmas. We had onion, garlic, carrot, mooli ( a type of radish that looks like a big white raddish), a bit of cabbage, and a bit of broccoli. I also added a cup of red lentils for a bit of body and more prot...
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