There аrе nutritional ѕuррlеmеntѕ аnd there аrе nutrіtіоnаl ѕuррlеmеntѕ, but are they all thе bеѕt fоr уоu? In life, we аrе аlwауѕ fасеd wіth making choices - ѕоmе gооd, some bаd but ultіmаtеlу, we find оnе thаt'ѕ bеѕt fоr us іn thе end, rеgаrdlеѕѕ оf whаt wе thіnk. …Read More
The World Health Organisation (WHO) said this week that bacon and other processed meats can cause cancer and that red meat such as beef or pork rank as a group one carcinogen (alongside cigarettes and alcohol). Though the risks are small for most people, the warning has led many of us to think twice about how much meat we consume and even to ask ourselves if it is time to give up eating meat completely.
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Fermentation is the latest foodie obsession. What is the appeal of decaying veg?
I have just spent an hour of my apportioned time upon earth getting intimate with cabbage. I selected a tender specimen from my greengrocer; I sliced it into ribbons; I massaged it with sea salt; I teased out the juices; I opened the windows to get rid of the cabbagey stench; I apologised to my wife; I packed the cabbage tightly into a jar, along with a few spices; I took a quick iPhone pic and then I left it on a shelf to reach a beautiful decay.