Vegetarian ramen recipe

Satisfying and restorative, this uses vegetarian ingredients to create a rich, tonkotsu-like broth. Fresh ramen noodles are best but dried also work, or they can be swapped for udon or egg noodles. Vegans can leave out the egg. If you can’t find kombu, dried bonito flakes will do, but won’t be vegetarian.

Prep time: 10 minutes | Cooking time: 1 hour 

SERVES

two

INGREDIENTS

For the dashi stock

  • 20g dried shiitake mushrooms
  • 1 sheet of kombu/dried kelp
  • 500ml very hot but not boiling water

For the broth

  • 1 tbsp sesame oil
  • 2 cloves of garlic, crushed
  • 4cm piece of
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JDE Peet’s Acquiring Australia’s Campos Coffee as US Operation FoldsDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Campos Coffee

Daily Coffee News 2016 file photo, courtesy of Campos Coffee.

Global coffee giant JDE Peet’s has announced it is acquiring Australian specialty coffee roasting company Campos Coffee, a leading company in Australia’s quality-focused coffee movement over the past two decades.

Meanwhile, citing an “ongoing period of challenging circumstances,” Campos Coffee’s North American business, Campos Coffee USA, has announced that it is ceasing all roasting and retail operations at the end of this month.

Financial terms of the acquisition have not been disclosed, although the transaction is expected to be completed sometime in July 2021, according to an announcement from

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“We were trying to find ways we could connect with our community virtually,” said Pamela McBride of the Greenfield Public Library. “Our first Cooking Circle was a cookie exchange. It was a lot of fun — we all got a lot of great cookie recipes.”

Since the winter holidays, the library has also hosted a soups and stews-themed Cooking Circle; a chocolate-themed Cooking Circle; and an Easter and Passover

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Free healthy food program strengthens community

The Harvest Hope Garden in the University area of Tampa is a place where kids and adults in the community can learn how to grow and prepare their food.

“[We’re] showcasing how you can use all five senses to cook and how at a young age you can still be engaged with the kitchen, and setting someone up for success when it comes to not only feeding their stomachs, but also their mind, their body, and their soul,” said Dhalia Bumbaca, the CEO of Wellfed

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Netizens raise funds online to buy motorbike for food delivery executive in Hyderabad | Trending

A food delivery executive from Hyderabad received a motorbike after a customer started online fundraising for him on a social media platform.

All this started when Mohammad Aqeel, a food delivery executive working with Zomato, an online food ordering and delivery app, on Monday (June 14), received an order request from Robin Mukesh who lives in the Koti area of Hyderabad.

Robin Mukesh, an IT employee working in Hyderabad, on Monday ordered tea through the food delivery app.

“I was working from home and at around 10 PM, I ordered tea from a hotel in Lakdi-Ka-Pool here in Hyderabad. As

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