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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 ! We like being your food consultant […]

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A risotto with asparagus in a pale green bowl on a green cloth with asparagus.

Risotto

September 21, 2018 smitsa 0

Truly the most famous of all rice dishes must be the risotto and not chow mein or pilaf although these hold great sway in their […]

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Enjoy The Many Flavours Of An Amaro

September 21, 2018 smitsa 0

Having been to Italy a few times, Amaro remains as the aperitif of choice. It’s quite surprising really because an intensely bitter, and let’s face […]

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Is there any difference between sashimi, nigiri and sushi ?

September 18, 2018 smitsa 0

The difference between sashimi and sushi actually comes down to one ingredient and that is rice. When you visit Japanese restaurants you often see sashimi […]

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Making Pastry Or Paste: A Chef’s Essential Skill

September 17, 2018 smitsa 0

Cold hands, warm heart, great at pastry. All pastry is a mix of flour, many with fat and water which are all put together to […]

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Gazpacho

September 17, 2018 smitsa 0

Ingredients 1 cucumber, peeled and chopped 1 red pepper, deseeded and chopped 1 green pepper, deseeded and chopped 1kg ripe plum tomatoes, cored and chopped […]

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Preparing A Fish Stock

September 17, 2018 smitsa 0

Ingredients For A Typical Fish Stock For 5 litres 5 litres cold water 2kg white fish pieces and bones (haddock, sole, turbot, cod, whiting) 275g […]

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One Pasta Dish Sorts Chefs Out – Cacio e Pepe

September 17, 2018 smitsa 0

Trawling through the recipes for pasta dishes often reveals a few that have made their mark with chefs, not for complexity but for their sheer […]

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Ciabatta

September 17, 2018 smitsa 0

Ciabatta bread, for all its ubiquity has retained its quality even though it is produced a massive scale. It is one of the great breads […]

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Snails

September 17, 2018 smitsa 0

Snails are probably not at the top of everybody’s fine dining experience. They have however been revered as a delicacy for centuries. In Italy they […]

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The Chicken Liver Parfait

September 17, 2018 smitsa 0

The chicken liver parfait is to all intents and purposes a very smooth pate with the possibly the best flavour you can imagine from such […]

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Mustard Seeds

September 14, 2018 smitsa 0

Mustard seeds are essential ingredients in Indian curries especially those from the southern regions of India. They are small round seeds collected from different varieties […]

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Coconuts on a rush mat, an ideal source of coconut oil, coconut flour.

The Health Benefits Of Coconut Flour

September 14, 2018 smitsa 0

Coconuts continue to the grab the headlines mainly because they are extremely nutritious and provide us with a range of ingredients for cooking with. We […]

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Beta-Ionone

September 12, 2018 smitsa 0

When carotenoids breakdown they produce a range of degradation products but none is perhaps more important than beta-ionone. It is the principal breakdown product and […]

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Euphorbia semen

September 12, 2018 smitsa 0

Euphorbia semen L. is widely cultivated as a traditional medicine. The dried, ripe seeds are used in concoctions as a diuretic, retention of phlegm, as […]

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‘Drink-free’ days are a must for the middle aged if they want to reduce health problems

September 11, 2018 smitsa 0

Public Health England is concerned too many of us aged between 45 and 65 are drinking more than the recommended level of 14 units of […]

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The Health Benefits Of Moringa (The Drumstick Tree)

September 11, 2018 smitsa 2

Moringa is a tropical genus of 13 species in the family Moringaceae with a strong nutritional and health story. Moringa oleifera Lam. appears to be the […]

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An Overview Of Membrane Processes        

September 5, 2018 smitsa 0

Membrane processes are commonly used in the food processing industry and there are a vast range of applications in the biological processing industry. Most high-value […]

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Hake

September 3, 2018 smitsa 0

Hake is one of those sea fishes that might not  be of enormous interest if it wasn’t for the fact that it is so sought […]

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Rosemary And Rosemary Oil – So Many Uses

September 2, 2018 smitsa 0

Rosemary is one of the ancient cult plants, closely associated with love and marriage, birth and death . In England and Germany it is considered […]

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Polyphenol Oxidases

August 30, 2018 smitsa 0

Polyphenol oxidases (PPOs) are widely distributed in both plants and animals. They are a major cause of enzymic browning in fruits and vegetables. Browning reactions […]

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