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The Numerous Benefits of Irish Moss

Irish moss is a type of seaweed that has been in use in Ireland for centuries. According to local folklore, it was once carried by travelers for protection and was…

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Coffee Drinkers Halve Their Risk of Liver Cancer

A research team from Queen’s University Belfast, UK, has found that coffee drinkers have a lower risk of the most common type of liver cancer, hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). The results have…

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Recipe: Sweet and Sour Prawns

Sweet and sour dishes are very popular in China, although Chinese tend to use sweet and sour sauces as dipping sauces rather than for cooking, as is done in Westernized…

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A Peek Into China’s Food Culture

Chinese food is popular the world over. Thanks to the country’s long history of empires and trade networks, China has built up a rich food culture where people of varying…

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A Chinese Tea That Costs More Than Gold

Da Hong Pao, also known as Big Red Robe, is a Chinese tea variety that is regarded as the most expensive in the world. Back in 2002, an individual paid…