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Spice up your medicine cabinet for Christmas

Featured, Food
Can you imagine taking peppercorns for weight loss or star anise as an aphrodisiac? What we regard as alternative medicine today has long existed as the only kind of available medicine. Approaching the mulled wine season, it is worth taking a look at how spices can benefit both your mental and physical condition. Keep them safe The American Spice Trade Association defines spices as ‘any dried plant product used primarily for seasoning purposes.’ Storage conditions are crucial for spices. Like any good wine or cheese, you have to treat them right to expect optimum condition. You should always keep an eye out for heat, moisture and air flows. If you have your spice cupboard above the oven, relocate it. Your fennel seeds will thank you. Heat and moisture affect a spice’s flavour
Chefs Vs Robots

Chefs Vs Robots

Featured, Food, Uncategorized
Robots are already working in our everyday lives and have changed the way industries operate. Companies are creating robots to handle tasks including food preparation, cooking, and serving. But, how does a prosperous cook like Chef Afreen compare to the rapid technological developments which have transformed the kitchen world today? It's a fact technology drives the world forward. The process is continuous. Food is a strategy. Society is ready for the change as robot sales increased 29 percent, totaling 229,261 units in 2014. Robots are already functioning similarly to humans. They may become smarter than their creators as soon as 2029, experts estimate.Robotics have influenced the food industry to such an extent that they now able to produce it without any humans involved. Take Moley R

How much influence do food videos have on students?

Featured, Food
It is no secret that after a long day at university, students like to come home and browse through their social media sites; snapchatting friends, tagging people in the latest memes and liking pictures. What is better, is that food channels are becoming more and more popular- especially amongst students. Although they are not essentially new, as, food icons like Ina Garten and Gordon Ramsay have been around for decades. They are however aesthetically pleasing to watch but, the real question is: do students end up making what they watch? Browsing through Facebook, it can be guaranteed that friends have tagged each other in videos on “How to make cookie dough in a mug” or a seven-minute video on “What to do with leftover chicken”. You, yourself have been tagged in these videos and, ho
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