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Eating bananas per day helps greatly cure some common health diseases such as reducing stress and promoting weight loss. In addition, bananas have been shown to be effective for improving heart health and providing more energy for the body.

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Avocados are a very healthy fruit. They provide the following benefits:

They are a rich source of carotenoids, which prevent
eye diseases.

A full avocado contains about 7 grams of fiber,
which makes you feel full.

Avocados contain a large amount of folate, which is
a vitamin that reduces the risk of birth defects and lowers the risk of heart
diseases. Also, folate has been shown to lower the risks of strokes.

Avocados contain oleic acid, which help reduce
cholesterol and prevent breast cancer.

When mixing avocados in your food, they help your
body to absorb the nutrients better.

They contain a large amount of vitamin e.

Cooking | Answered on Mar 20, 2017

Pectin is a type of fiber that is found in all plant cell walls and tissues. While all may contain pectin, the amount and concentration of pectin varies among plants. Apples contain a particularly high amount of pectin. Apple pectin is available in the skin and pulp of fresh apples or as a dietary supplement.

Cooking | Answered on Mar 17, 2017

Do you mean pea & ham soup?

Cooking | Answered on Mar 16, 2017


Easy egg &cba on pie

To make an easy egg &a bacon pie, cut a few slices of bacon,get some store bought puff pastry, grease a couple of desert bowls with butter, whip up 4 eggs at a time, line your bowls with the puff pastry, pour in the whipped eggs sprinkle in the bacon a little salt &pepper you can ad some torn up or shredded cheese then put a puff pastry lid on, couple of slits to allow steam to escape, oh & don't forget to wipe the rim with a little egg or milk before putting the lid on once the lid is on wipe with a little milk to get a golden brown, bung it in a medium oven around 180c then around 1/2 an our later each bowl will have a beautiful pie that will feed two. You may need a whole one for a big meal (man size) hope you enjoy?? I am a single man & I love these.

on Mar 16, 2017 | Cooking


Money saving meals

If you are thinking of making a spaghetti sauce, don't just make enough for a meal , make enough for 5 meals &I just freeze the rest in meal size portions. This makes it easy on those days where you just can't find the get up & go??

on Mar 16, 2017 | Cooking


Storing rice.

If you buy rice in bulk, pore it into jars with good lids keeps for a very long time.??

on Mar 16, 2017 | Cooking

Harder cheeses have a lower moisture content than softer cheeses. They are generally packed into moulds under more pressure and aged for a longer time than the soft cheeses. Cheeses that are classified as semi-hard to hard include the familiar Cheddar, originating in the village of Cheddar in England but now used as a generic term for this style of cheese, of which varieties are imitated worldwide and are marketed by strength or the length of time they have been aged. Cheddar is one of a family of semi-hard or hard cheeses (including Cheshire and Gloucester), whose curd is cut, gently heated, piled, and stirred before being pressed into forms. Colby and Monterey Jack are similar but milder cheeses; their curd is rinsed before it is pressed, washing away some acidity and calcium. A similar curd-washing takes place when making the Dutch cheeses Edam and Gouda.

Cooking | Answered on Mar 16, 2017

All cereals go out of date.

Weetabix Cereal... | Answered on Mar 16, 2017

Probably not a question for a cooking forum

Cooking | Answered on Mar 16, 2017

Google it, it will come up

Cooking | Answered on Mar 16, 2017

They eat bugs & drink water.

Cooking | Answered on Mar 16, 2017

Bottling is easier just put your apples in bottles leaving a small air gap at the top, put lids on then boil for about 20 minutes then allow to cool standing in the boiling water. Done.

Mrs Wages Pie... | Answered on Mar 16, 2017

Only way is to bulk the soup so as to dilute salt.

Cooking | Answered on Mar 16, 2017

Get in touch with your supplier.

Planters Nuts... | Answered on Mar 16, 2017

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