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The Perfect temperature To Serve Soup

Finding the right temperature for soup can be difficult. On one hand, few culinary experiences are as unsatisfying as sipping on a lukewarm broth. On the other hand, nobody enjoys burning their taste buds to a crisp either! Studies confirm what chefs have long suspected: Temperature affects the...
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The Texture Of Your Mug Can Change The Taste Of Coffee

This may sound crazy but you can change the taste of your coffee with the type of mug it is consumed in! Scientists in Brazil say that drinking coffee from a rough cup will leave a bitter after-taste while the same coffee tastes sweeter from a smoother vessel. More than 230 people took part in the...
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Decaffeinated Coffee Sales Are Increasing

These are strange and unusual times we live in when the sales of decaffeinated coffee are up 20% since 2017! Usually we think of decaf drinkers are pregnant or are watching their blood pressure. But improvements in how decaffeinated coffee is sourced, roasted and manufactured have led to some...
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Get Paid To Drink Coffee

The average American spends more than $1000 on coffee each year, which incidentally is the pay one job is offering for an official coffee-taster. The small business resource website, business.org, will pay one lucky person $1000 to drink coffee for a month and document their experience—the only...
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What Is A2 Milk And The Benefits For Lactose Intolerant People?

If you have trouble digesting milk but have had no success with lactose-free varieties, a relatively new milk that's supposed to be “easier on digestion” may have caught your eye. There are good reasons to include milk in your diet. It packs a powerful nutritional punch, providing protein and fat...
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Picking Out The Perfect Chocolate For You

While you could argue there is no such thing as a terrible chocolate, there are differences in quality that make some bars better than others. So here are some tips on picking out the tastiest and silkiest chocolate for your summer treats. It does without saying that chocolate comes from the bitter...
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Cereals With Healthy Descriptive Words May be Unhealthy

A walk down the cereal aisle of the grocery store and you'll notice just about every box and bag has buzzwords of "wholesome," or "all natural" in its description. But here's the truth, at least according to a new report in the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, are these claims aren't...
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Cadbury Creme Egg-Flavored Mayonnaise?

When we look back at the year 2019 it might just be remembered as the year our condiments combined into new creations! From Maymust (Mayonnaise and mustard) to Kranch (ketchup and ranch dressing) it seems the minds at Heinz have also thought about Easter as the company known for condiments has...
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Coke Milk Is A Thing!

Soft drink sales have been declining for over 30 years, so it make sense that soft drink makers look to create beverages we want to boost sales. While some of them have brought people back to soft drinks, such as sparking water with fruit and herb infusions, some raise eyebrows. That's what some...
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The Reviews Are in For Broccoli-Flavored Coffee

While coffee chains make thousands of flavor combinations daily, adding broccoli doesn't seem to be in demand. However a coffee chain in Australia has become the first in the world that we know of, to offer broccoli-flavored coffee. The Common Folk Cafe in Melbourne has created the "broccolaté,...
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