Try out this Vegetarian Chaat Ceviche and get a taste of South America

Ceviche is a South American dish that originated in Peru and is also known cebiche, seviche, or sebiche. This dish is usually made from raw sea food like fish, prawns, scallops, and such which are cured in fresh citrus with crunchy vegetables.

But what about those people who are vegetarian and wish to enjoy this delicious treat? This recipe for Mango Chaat Ceviche is perfect for those who wish to enjoy the delicious freshness of ceviche with the yummy richness of mangoes:

INGREDIENTS

Fresh Mangoes 500 gms

Avocado 500 gms

Water chestnut (tinned 150 gm)

Boiled potato 150 gm

Corn

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Study links drinking any coffee with lower risk

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A new study finds a link between drinking any type of coffee and a lower risk of liver problems. Image credit: Boy_Anupong/Getty Images
  • A study involving nearly 500,000 people finds that drinking coffee significantly lowers the risk of developing liver disease.
  • The health benefit applies to all kinds of coffee, including caffeinated, decaffeinated, ground, and instant coffee.
  • The study finds that drinking 3–4 cups per day provides the greatest benefit.

For many, coffee is their favorite — some might say indispensable — part of each day. Yet there is also a constant stream of often contradictory research

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Whipped Coffee with Cinnamon – Whip up something delicous

How do you like your coffee? Do you like your coffee instant? Do you like it filtered or pressed? Why don’t you try something brand new and just whip it up? We mean that quite literally. Whipped Coffee is a fresh take on your favourite cuppa’ that will put a smile on your face in the morning or at brunch.

If you only have instant coffee, this is another great way of putting an absolutely delicious spin on your favourite brew. This recipe is best made with instant coffee, so you are set with this one. The whipped coffee mixture

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Cherry tomatoes, chicken kabobs are two July 4th food ideas

For today’s fare, whip up patriotic recipes for a perfect 4th of July.

No, it is not too late to do a last-minute barbecue, picnic or family dinner.

Luckily, along the Coast, red, white and blue can be found in fresh off the vine or tree fruits and vegetables. Mississippi blueberries are some of the sweetest fruits, as are next-door Louisiana’s strawberries. That’s two out of the three colors.

Let the children or teens handle the cold firecracker pops, a recipe of the California Strawberry Commission. All that is needed is fresh strawberries, lollipop sticks, red and white candy

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Health inequalities and food apartheid in America

When I was in college, I lived closer to three different chemical plants than I did to a single grocery store. To regularly get healthy, fresh fruits and vegetables into my diet, I had to drive nearly 20 minutes. To my friends from rural communities, this was commonplace. However, living in the capital city of Louisiana, it’s hard to understand why this is the case.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture defines food deserts as “areas in the United States with limited access to affordable and nutritious food, particularly such an area composed of predominantly lower-income communities.”

Urban food deserts tend

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Grubhub’s midyear report ranks the top trending foods for 2021

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Grubhub released its third “State of the Plate” report on Wednesday, taking a look at how and what consumers ate over the last six months.

The report delved into hundreds of thousands of delivery orders to identify the top trending foods, beverages and restaurants during the first half of 2021. The analysis also offers a glimpse into what to expect as we move into the next six months of the year.

Looking back at the top 10 trending foods to date, there’s a noticeable shift toward plant-based options and global flavors. Coming in at No. 1

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