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Toward a Do-nothing Gardening, pt 2: Edible Perennials (Lazy Gardening)



What could be better than harvesting crops without having to dig the soil and sow seeds every year? Growing edible perennials is as close to do nothing gardening as you can get. Once established, they come back year after year and produce abundant harvests with very little effort.

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“Global Inventory of Perennial Vegetables”:

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Edible Perennials in our Garden:

artichokes
Asian pear
asparagus
blackberries
black raspberries
blueberries
chives
dandelion
Egyptian walking onions
fig tree
French Sorrel
garlic chives
Good King Henry
grapes
honey berries
Italian dandelion
lemon balm
lovage
minutina
mint
oregano
paw paw trees
raspberries
red veined sorrel
rosemary
salad burnet
sage
sea kale
strawberries
sunchokes
sylvetta arugula
tree collards

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What's in Filipino Food – Tamarind

A tamarind is also referred to as sampaloc in the Philippines and is a popular Filipino recipe ingredient. It comes from the Tamarind tree, which originated in India. But obviously, this tree has proven to be hearty in other regions, as well.

This date-like fruit is also a common recipe ingredient, in other cultures and can be found in products such as Worcestershire sauce.

Tamarind is used in both its ripe and unripe state. The unripe fruit is quite tart and acidic. It is used primarily in savory dishes. When ripe it is still a bit on the tart side, but used in desserts, sweetened drinks and even as a psychological snack.

Tamarind is also used as the base for many soups and is what gives the Filipino soup Sinigang its sour flavor. Hard candy and suckers made with Tamarind are readily available, in the Filipino marketplace or in local supermarkets along side other Asian ingredients.

The typical tamarind is three to eight inches, in length. As the pods ripen they become juicier and the pulp inside turns reddish-brown, in color. When completely ripe the pod shells becomes very brittle and are easily broken.

Sometimes the pulp dehydrates into a gooey paste that is high in Vitamin B and calcium. This paste is surrounded by coarse strands of fiber. At this stage, large brown seeds can be found in the pulp, as well.

Filipino food is highly regarded an exotic cuisine in many parts of the world and the tamarind or sampaloc is one of the ingredients that sets Filipino food apart from other cuisines of the region.



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Hello Kitty Onigiri Bento



(1) It is edible. It is real food.
(2) 0:00 Hello Kitty lunchbox cost 525 yen.
(3) 0:03 Hello Kitty onigiri shapers cost 399 yen.
(4) 0:17 I added salt to the rice to make onigiri.
(5) 1:19 Seaweed.
(6) 1:24 Ham.
(7) 1:54 The red stuff is sausage supposed to be octopus.
(8) I made Character Bento for the first time. I don’t cook in daily life. (^_^;)

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Vlog 97: Vegan Coffee Hour in Karolinska



4-6pm tomorrow (Thursday the 2nd of October) at the library building in KI Solna near the info desk- come! 🙂

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Tapping Into The Singapore Organic Food Market

The market climate of organic food in Singapore is growing by leaps and bounds every year with the growing onset of the awareness of healthy eating. If you are a new distributor who is looking to expand your reach of organic food into the South East Asia region, Singapore is a great starting point. This article highlights some of the ways in which a new distributor can follow to tap into this emerging yet important market.

One of the first things that should be done by a new distributor is solid ground work. By physically visiting Singapore and getting to know the market is a a crucial point in knowing more about the general viewpoints and outlook on organic food in Singapore. Also, connections is important for the widest distribution of your organic products. Building strong relationships with potential local distributors is highly beneficial for your business. You can also participate in International Food Fares that are regularly held in Singapore to learn more about the market and people’s reaction to organic food.

As a new distributor for your organic products in Singapore, you should also aim for the widest distribution methods available. One good way to ensure that your organic products get the widest reach in Singapore would be to work with and appoint local agents to help distribute your organic products. Although Singapore is reputed to be a country where business dealings operate like clock-work, these local distributors have tacit knowledge about the implicit working environment in Singapore and would no doubt, guarantee that your organic products gets distributed faster one way or another.

Organic food in Singapore has a small albeit loyal following. It is because of this, traditional organic suppliers in Singapore have always kept the prices high in order to compensate for the short shelf life and the small niche crowd. This invariably turns away a lot of first time buyers who wants to try organic food in Singapore but are deterred by the high price of organic foodstuff. To increase your market share, a good strategy is to price your organic food in Singapore competitively. A good gauge for a competitively pricing of Singapore organic food would be at 50 percent or less compared to the price of conventional, non-organic food.

Although price is a major factor for attracting new customers into trying and consuming organic food, another strategy would be the differentiation of your products. By using smaller packaging sizes as well as attractive packaging covers, you stimulate and attract attention to your product. In addition to that, you can also state and explain the benefits of your organic products to the consumers. Why smaller packaging sizes ? Small packaging sizes subtly encourages first time consumers to pick your product up and try it. To further encourage consumers to continue buying organic foodstuff, you can include recipes or instructions on how to consume the particular organic food that they are buying.

In conclusion, organic food in Singapore is a growing trend and will continue to do so as people get more educated about how their choices of food affect their health of not only themselves, but their families. This would mean a continuously growing market for any organic importers and distributors. By tapping on this growing market, the new distributor may even gain a large new entrant foot hold in the lucrative South-East Asia market.



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8 SHOCKING FOOD FACTS YOU WON’T BELIEVE



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Laos Wonderland (full documentary) – The Secrets of Nature



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Southeast Asia at its best. 85% of the country is untouched nature, widespread forests, steep mountains and wide river valleys, but also cool high plateaus and savannahs. The primeval forests support a fauna like something out of a fairy tale, with elephants, tigers, leopards, and some of the rarest animal species on the planet. Species never seen by humans are discovered at regular intervals. In recent decades, the few large mammals to be described for the first time were all found in Indochina and experts assume that most of them are at home in Laos: wild oxen such as the saola and kuprey or the truong son munjak. No outsider has ever seen a living specimen of the latter; its existence is only known indirectly, through skeletons, horns and bag that are occasionally found in remote villages. And there is the Mekong, one of the last untamed rivers on Earth. Fed by hundreds of tributaries, it is one of the richest freshwater systems on the planet, comparable only with the Congo or Amazon. This is where the Mekong catfish lives. At 3 meters long and weighing in at 300 kilograms, this monster must be the largest freshwater fish on earth.

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What to Eat in Singapore (Part 1) – Authentic Malay Food

Food! Oh yes, let's talk about food! Surely, this is a topic that will cause a lot of us to drool!

Singapore, also known as "The Lion City", is located along the equator and separated from the southern tip of the Peninsular Malaysia by the Strait of Malacca. A country in Southeast Asia and a multi-racial society, it is not difficult to observe that Singaporean cuisines are a fusion of Malay, Chinese and Indian foods.

Eating is a favorite pastime for many Singaporeans and eating-places are almost everywhere in Singapore. Lunch, dinner and afternoon-tea (or hi-tea) buffets are served in most hotels. However, if you are looking for local delights that are of a more economic value, try out the food centers and eating outlets (which is known as the coffee shop or kopitiam ) in the residential areas.

For a start, let's talk about Malay food.

You can find Malay cuisines in most eating-places in Singapore. However, if you are keen to immerse yourself in just Malay cuisines and nothing else, visit Geylang Serai , the cultural heart of the Malay community in Singapore.

One of the characteristics of Malay food is that it is often hot and spicy. Stay a glass of sugarcane or coconut water if you have not tried any Malay or Indonesian cuisines. Be assured that the cold water could save your tongue from burning!

Satay

String through bamboo skewers or sticks, marinated pieces of meat are barbequed over charcoal fire. Satays come in varieties of meat – chicken, beef, mutton, pork and even seafood. Satay is dipped into a sauce before it is ateen. If you are not used to spicy food, use the sauce moderately or you will run the risk of burning your taste buds! If spicy food is a no-no for you, forget about the satay sauce. The satay tastes just as nice on its own! Beside the sauce, satays are also eaten with cut onions, cucumbers and " ketupat " (or Malay rice cakes).

Nasi Lemak

Rice that is cooked with rich coconut milk and pandan leaves, Nasi Lemak is a popular Malay dish in Singapore. Eaten with fried ikan billis (or anchovies), nuts, egg and fish, Nasi Lemak goes well with a specially made chilli paste. Skip the chilli paste if it is too hot for you. You can make your own Nasi Lemak combinations in most Nasi Lemak food stalls. Side dishes like luncheon meat, fried chicken wings and fish cakes go very well with this Malay coconut rice too.

Laksa

Beehoon (or rice noodles) soaked in rich, spicy soup, is another must-eat in Singapore. The main ingredients of the soup are lemon grass, shrimp paste, coconut milk and of course not to forget the red, hot chillies! Served with half-cooked clams, shredded chicken, tofu (or beancurd), bean sprouts, nuts and hard-boiled egg, its aroma excites the taste buds of many Singaporeans. If you are game for real hot stuff, ask for sambal chilli paste to be added to your laksa . This will certainly bring its good taste to a greater height!

There are many more Malay cuisines in Singapore that I have not covered in this article. Try them when you are here. If you ever fall in love with the Malay cuisines, tell your friends just exactly how " sedap " the food is. " Sedap ", the Malay way of saying delicious!

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The New Burdigala: A Bordeaux wine bistrot in Shanghai



Within just one year, Bordeaux wine bistrot Burdigala has become one of the main Shanghai hotspots. The French owner, Frank Boudot, is now ready to open a new venue, based on the same successful recipee.

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$24 Korean BBQ Vs. $346 Korean BBQ



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