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Why FoodWrite Ltd ?

March 5, 2015 smitsa 0

Welcome From FoodWrite ! FoodWrite Ltd. loves helping businesses achieve their market potential, make the best business decisions and improve their profits ! ♦ FoodWrite Ltd. provides consultancy on […]

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Phytosterols For Heart Health

July 13, 2017 smitsa 0

Ingestion of phytosterols are regularly associated with maintaining good heart health and in many ways they have earned the same reputation as statins. You might ask what […]

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Growing Endive

July 12, 2017 smitsa 0

Endive is a fast growing vegetable with a fresh tangy flavour. Pick individual leaves as needed or as a whole plant. A great source of […]

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Growing Marjoram

July 12, 2017 smitsa 0

A half-hardy perennial which is a cousin of oregano and a little more hardy. Prolific at flowering. Aromatic leaves have a slightly more acidic taste […]

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Growing Cape Gooseberry

July 12, 2017 smitsa 0

  Delicious berries in pretty paper ‘husks’. Juicy with a sweet ‘fruit cocktail’ flavour. A fine garnish and addition to desserts and cakes. Greenhouse Crops […]

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Growing Borage

July 11, 2017 smitsa 0

Borage is a robust hardy annual. Easy to grow and a ‘cottage garden’ popular plant. Ideal for borders and provides blue flowers even when grown […]

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Growing Caraway

July 11, 2017 smitsa 0

A hardy biennial which flowers the following year from sowing. Seeds are a wonderful seasoning for many cooked dishes and baked goods Fresh leaves are […]

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Oh My – Rust Hits The Garlic

July 10, 2017 smitsa 0

There is an unpleasant orange look to all the garlic leaves at the moment and it is not a happy moment for me trying to […]

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Manuka Honey Makes A Massive Impact

July 7, 2017 smitsa 0

  Manuka honey continues to fascinate us, not least because of the many credible claims made for its efficacy. Not everyone likes the Australian or […]

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McGuigan’s Black Label Shiraz Come Up Trumps

July 6, 2017 smitsa 0

Australia always provides the connoisseur with something in the red wine department. I never forget visiting this wine processor close to Pokolbin in the Hunter […]

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Wines Of Sardinia

July 5, 2017 smitsa 0

  When we think of Sardinia we usually dream of those great mountainous interiors and sharp sapphire blue seawater. It may be a gourmet’s paradise […]

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What Is Mozzarella Cheese ?

July 5, 2017 smitsa 0

When we develop pizza toppings, the cheese we usually apply is Mozzarella – really the ideal formaggio. It is generally Italian although other countries make […]

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What are the top cheeses in Sardinia ?

July 4, 2017 smitsa 0

Sardinia is known for sheep. In 2017 there were about 1.6 million people on the island but there are still more sheep. Apart from shearing […]

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Mahlab – Ground Sour Cherry Kernels.

July 4, 2017 smitsa 0

If you are developing foods with a Middle Eastern flavour, then you need to seriously consider the spice, Mahlab. Of all of those spices which […]

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Njangsa – Possessor Of Conjugated Linolenic Acid Isomers

July 4, 2017 smitsa 0

Many of us in Europe are probably not familiar with Njangsa (Ricinodendron heudelotii) but it is a commercially important crop of West Africa. Seed oil […]

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Drying Chilli For Powder

July 4, 2017 smitsa 0

Red chili peppers are one of the most widely used spices in the world and an essential requirement in ethnic cuisine. The powder is a […]

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Treat Agave With Respect: Why Its Not Necessarily Good To Bite Into One

July 3, 2017 smitsa 0

As one Chinese vlogger recently found out to her cost, not all plants are really food or that healthy. In fact the one she bit […]

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We Try: Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Drinks

June 28, 2017 smitsa 0

On the very rare occasions when I can visit the USA and it’s often to the IFT, I like to try various products from the […]

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What Is In Those Kaffir Lime Leaves And Peel ?

June 27, 2017 smitsa 0

Kaffir Lime leaves have been quite a speciality in Thai and Indonesian cooking but are now mainstream. The leaves belong to a citrus fruit which […]

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Cold Brew – The New Kid in The Coffee Cup

June 26, 2017 smitsa 0

Having just listened to one of my favourite radio comedies on UK’s Radio 4 “Ed Reardon’s Week” who decides he should become ‘educated’, I also realised that […]

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Are We Prone To Diabetes Because of A Lack Of Vitamin A ?

June 26, 2017 smitsa 0

Vitamin A is an extremely important nutrient obtained from food and recent evidence suggests that its absence could lead to diabetes. Vitamin A is found […]

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