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Why FoodWrite Ltd ?

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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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Saffron – A Natural Food Colouring And Flavouring

April 16, 2018 smitsa 0

If you are lucky enough to visit Turkey or Iran, or even Saffron Walden, you might be lucky enough to see fields of purple crocus. […]

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What Are The Best Pestle And Mortars For use In The Kitchen

April 16, 2018 smitsa 0

One of the key activities in the kitchen is crushing and grinding ingredients to be added to food. It might be one of the most […]

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Brazil Nuts

April 13, 2018 smitsa 0

Brazil nuts  have a number of health benefits, not least of all being that they are selenium-rich and have been attributed with:- improving heart health […]

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Sword Bean (Canavalia gladiata)

April 10, 2018 smitsa 0

Sword Bean (Canavalia gladiata) is a member of the Fabaceae family. It grows mainly in India, south Asia and Africa. It is commercially grown for […]

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The Mulberry, Its Wine And Its Nutritional Benefits

April 9, 2018 smitsa 1

The Mulberry is the fruit of Morus alba L., an edible Chinese fruit. It sits in the family,  Moraceae. The fruit is lauded and praised […]

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Cassia Bark

April 9, 2018 smitsa 1

Cassia bark is an aromatic bark that looks rather similar to cinnamon. The bark appears darker however, is much thicker and coarser and in many […]

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Longaniza Sausage

April 9, 2018 smitsa 0

The Longaniza sausage is a Spanish pork sausage (embutido) which seems to have developed into regional varieties from other countries too, especially in South America. […]

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Apricot Kernel Oil

April 9, 2018 smitsa 0

Apricot kernel oil is ideal for sensitive skin and is also suitable for delicate baby and children’s skin. It has a slightly marzipan scented oil […]

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Okra

April 6, 2018 smitsa 0

Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) is a widely cultivated and consumed vegetable in tropical and subtropical countries. It is also known as bhindi or lady’s fingers, in […]

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Masala

April 6, 2018 smitsa 1

A masala is a term from the Indian subcontinent for a spice mix.   A masala can be either a combination of dried and usually […]

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Tamarind

April 6, 2018 smitsa 0

Tamarind is a tropical fruit native to tropical Africa and the Indian sub-continent. The tamarind trees have now spread to the tropical Americas. Tamarind fruits […]

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Vada

April 6, 2018 smitsa 0

Vadas are doughnuts which are often served along with idlis, a coconut chutney and a sambar (sambhar). A plate of vadas is often served as […]

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Sambar

April 6, 2018 smitsa 0

The sambar is a traditional lentil vegetable stew with tamarind. It is often served with the fluffy savoury rice and lentil pancakes called idlis, or […]

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Idli

April 6, 2018 smitsa 0

When you have any breakfast foods in southern India or northern Sri Lanka for that matter, then idli as well as dosas are a popular […]

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Damiana Leaf Extract

March 23, 2018 smitsa 1

Damiana leaf has a tea-like aroma which is also honey like and floral. The extracts are collected from a plant called Turnera diffusa Willd. ex […]

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The Wet-Milling Of Corn

March 22, 2018 smitsa 1

The wet-milling of corn is a carefully controlled process. It relies on breaking corn kernels into their constituent parts which are corn oil, corn starch […]

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Glycine

March 19, 2018 smitsa 0

Glycine is the simplest amino-acid in the body but possible one of its most important. It has a broad role in many metabolic functions:- muscle, […]

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Betaine

March 19, 2018 smitsa 0

Betaine (Bet) is a quaternary ammonium compound and a methyl derivative of the amino-acid glycine when it combines with choline. Its formula is (CH3)3N+CH2COO− . […]

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Gummy Bears

March 16, 2018 smitsa 1

Children especially love the packets of chewy, colourful and sweet gummy bears. These have a long history in modern confectionary. They were originally invented by […]

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Bone Broth Is So Good For Us

March 16, 2018 smitsa 0

Bone broth is now one of the trending non-vegetarian foods for helping with digestion, easing joint pain especially arthritis and even reducing cellulite. We discuss […]

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