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Lamb Ribs and Mint Jelly - Try Something Different!

Try our GRASS FED LAMB that is tender and flavorful. It is also a good source of a lot of nutrition for your body such as protein, iron, vitamin B and essential minerals. Lamb can be used for many dishes. Try this “Rosemary Lamb with Mint Jelly”. ALL ingredients available at The Organik Shop and online. Ingredients: 8 -10 lamb ribs 1 tablespoon olive oil 3 tablespoon fresh rosemary, chopped Salt, pepper to ...

Maqui Berry, Antioxidants And Organic Product

Maqui berry là một loài thuộc họ Elaeocarpaceae ở Chi Lê và các vùng lân cận phía nam Argentina. Nó là một loại thực phẩm giàu chất chống oxi hoá nhất. Nó rất giàu vitamin C, canxi, sắt và kali. Maqui berry cũng là môt nguồn dồi dà...

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15 Carrot Recipes

Source From: http://www.seriouseats.com Versatile and inexpensive, carrots are one of my go-to kitchen staples. They keep well and taste great raw or cooked; you can juice them, blend them into a soup, roast, grill, or sauté them, and even make them into a dessert. But while carrots of some kind or another are available year-round, fresh spring carrots are especially worth seeking out. From bright, crunchy salads ...

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2015 ANQ Recognition for Excellence in Quality Practice (ARE-QP) Award

Dr Hung's hard work was recently honored with “2015 ANQ Recognition for Excellence in Quality Practice (ARE-QP) Award” in Recognition of Outstanding Achievements in Quality Management, Human Resource Management, Social Responsibilities and Quality Products. Organik would like to say THANK YOU to our farmers, engineers and everyone who are putting efforts to ensure quality of products for customers. Most importantly, A BIG THANK YOU to ALL our customers and friends who ...

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Top 10 Ways to Cook Beets

Source From: http://www.vegfriend.com Beets are an extremely nutritious food source for your family. They also happen to be really tasty and delicious. Beets are packed with vitamins and minerals: vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and C, choline, folic acid, iodine, manganese, organic sodium, potassium, iron, calcium, copper and phosphorus. Reasons to include Beets in your Family's Diet Easy to eat: Beets can be purchased from the market ...

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Top 10 Foods Highest In Vitamin C

Source From: http://www.healthaliciousness.com Vitamin C is an essential nutrient required by the body for the development and maintenance of scar tissue, blood vessels, and cartilage. Vitamin C is also necessary for creating ATP, dopamine, peptide hormones, and tyrosine. As a powerful antioxidant, vitamin C helps lessen oxidative stress to the body and is thought to lower cancer risk. High vitamin C foods include bell peppers, dark leafy ...

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Maqui Berry, Antioxidants And Organic Product

Maqui berry is a species of the Elaeocarpaceae family of Chile and adjacent regions of southern Argentina It is one of most antioxidant - rich foods. It is rich vitamin C, calcium, iron and potassium. Maqui berry is also an abundant source of polyphenols including anti-aging anthocyanins, and anti-inflammatory compounds. That is the reason maqui berry can bring many benefit for our health. Here are some benefits of maqui berry: (...

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Maximize The Nutrient Content Of Your Food!

Source From : http://foodmatters.tv Now we all know the benefits of eating lots of fruits and vegetables. We all know we should consume more of fresh fruits, fresh greens, salads, steamed and grilled vegetables. That we should use vegetables and vegetable-based dishes as snacks, and learn how to sneak more vegetables into our daily menu. Sometimes it seems overwhelming though! How much plants should we eat daily to get ...

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8 Foods That Boost Your Immune System

By Dr. Edward Group Sources From: http://wakeup-world.com Guest Writer for Wake Up World If you’re looking for an immune system boost, the right vitamins and minerals can help. Although diet gets little attention in conventional media when it comes to supporting the immune system, it is one of the most powerful methods for keeping colds and other illnesses at bay. Nutrition isn’t the only means of ...

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30 Ways To Use Mint

Mint is one of those workhorses of the garden. Once you plant it, your hardest job is keeping it from overtaking everything else in the yard and figuring out what to do with it all. It grows easily in most of the country and robustly returns to zone 4 Minnesota gardens every spring, where it grows happily until fall frosts. It even comes in different flavors, such as chocolate mint and ...

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12 Foods to Never Put In The Refrigerator

We store a lot of our foods and liquids in the fridge to keep them cold and fresh. Despite popular belief, there are multiple foods that should not be kept in the fridge. It’s very easy to come home from the grocery store and just start putting things in the fridge, but you should rethink storing all your foods in the fridge. There are many ways that foods can ...

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9 Reasons You Should Eat More Beans

From a boost in fiber to lower cholesterol, don't miss out on all that legumes have to offer. (Source: vegfriend.com) By Rachel Swalin Pass the beans Beans may get a bad rap for making people gassy, but that's no reason to cut them out of your diet. Experts recommend you consume up to 3 cups of the legumes a week—because they are so good for your health. And the ...

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Arlene's Kitchen Bakery

The smell of good bread baking, like the sound of lightly flowing water, is indescribable in its evocation of innocence and delight. There are three type of bread: Banana; Carrot Chocolate Chip; Zucchini Chocolate. Every type have own taste of it. With the soft and slightly sweet of them that are created from natural ingredient will help to change some new in snack meal. Or it can used with some ...

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