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4 ways to use cardamom to beat bad breath
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As most of you know, one of the reasons for bad breath is bad oral hygiene. If you do not brush, the food particles stay in the mouth for the longest causing bad breath Sometimes you may disagree that you have bad breath. How can you tell if you have bad breath? Can you smell your own breath? Don’t worry, here is the way you can test it yourself as you can’t be asking other people to tell you if your breath smells. This is what you can do. Lick the back of your palm or your wrist and let...
Healing Your Body With Spices - by Radhi Devlukia Shetty
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A beginners guide to healing your body with spices daily! by Radhi Devlukia, the wife of Jay Shetty, is a great video for those who wants to know more about spices in your kitchen!She tells us about few spices which are used regularly in Indian Cooking and their importance.She says that the therapeutic values of the spices are released once they are cooked in fats like oil, butter and ghee etc. Listen to her tell more interesting information about the spices. Check out the latest recipes by this lovely lady here on her websitehttps://www.radhidevlukia.co/ Check out our spices collection here...
Why is Black Peppercorn so expensive?
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Pepper had always been a very desirable spice and had a great value from the time it is been discovered. It was considered as a luxury item in medieval Europe. Main reason for this is its rapidly increasing price in the world market. Spendmatters.com reports that the price of the pepper fell significantly in the year 2008 due to a bumper crop from Vietnam. Since 2008, the prices have continued to rise. In 2006 pepper traded for $1500 a ton and now its around 12000 USD There is a rapid increase in global consumption between 1991 and 2011 to reach 430000...