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Wine very rarely goes bad if it has never been opened. The worst you will find is that it soured and smells or tastes like vinegar.

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While not all tea is made of the same plant, there is one main tea plant and it is called Camellia sinensis

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Plant based milk is produced through plants and is a non diary milk. Some examples of Plant based milk are almond milk, soy milk, rice milk and oat milk.
These milk very widely in macronutrient and micronutrients composition.

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Sounds great. How is it going?

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You can freeze almond milk In fact almond milk ice used in ice cream and desserts

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Blended scotch whiskies are a combination of single malt scotches from different distilleries in Scotland that are blended together with grain whiskies. Blended scotch whiskies may contain up to 40 single malts from varying distilleries. A popular example of a blended scotch would be Johnnie Walker.

Wine & Spirits | Answered on Dec 04, 2018


White wines are most often made from green/yellow grapes. Red wines get their coloring from being in contact with the skins of red grapes during the fermentation process. Finally, rose wines can attribute their coloring in one of two ways - either by being in short contact with red skins or by mixing finished red and white wines.

Wine & Spirits | Answered on Nov 13, 2018


Although the two names of drinks are used interchangeably, hot chocolate is a drink that's either made from real chocolate melted into milk or with packet hot chocolate powder. Cocoa powder is unsweetened and needs to be combined with sugar to create a sweeter drink.

In general hot chocolate is richer and sweeter than hot cocoa.

Wine & Spirits | Answered on Nov 13, 2018


Contact Mars for parts manual.

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foam takes oxygen away you suffocate or just explode

Wine & Spirits | Answered on Nov 09, 2018


safe. some people take it to prevent kidney stones. remember it is high in sodium (salt ). there are also tablets available

Wine & Spirits | Answered on Nov 07, 2018


Not unless the odd one drowns. There is no ingredient in coke that kills lice. On an aside, Australians should be happy that their cure all, Tea Tree oil, does. Why do I mention that? Because people try to use both products in innumerable ways. (Tea Tree oil will make you a believer, however.)

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Wine & Spirits | Answered on Nov 04, 2018


Definitely not but it depends on where you live. For instance, if you live in India I would think bottled water is healthier. If you live in the united states and England, tap water will probably be just as healthy.

Wine & Spirits | Answered on Nov 01, 2018


Cocoa solids in chocolate do contain some caffeine so any drink with chocolate in is not going to be caffeine free. But milk chocolate contains a lot less cocoa solids than dark chocolate, so the type of chocolate used to make the drink will significantly alter the amount of caffeine in it.

Wine & Spirits | Answered on Oct 31, 2018


Iced coffee is a great way to enjoy coffee during those hot summer months. I have come across two great recipes to make iced coffee- hope you enjoy!

http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2011/06/perfect-iced-coffee/

http://www.recipegirl.com/2011/07/11/hot-to-make-iced-coffee/

Wine & Spirits | Answered on Oct 25, 2018


No, the human body does not need special teas, poultices, witches brews, enemas, flushing fluids or other daftness to run.

If you like the tea - awesome - but the only way it would "detox" you, is if you just drink the tea *instead* of something like alcohol.

Water is about the best - and is cheap too.

Any potions, pills, liquids or powders claiming to "Detox you" are basically selling you snake oil.

Twinings Morning... | Answered on Oct 23, 2018


Almost all brand name water bottles are entirely safe to drink.
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Wine & Spirits | Answered on Oct 22, 2018

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