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Coconut milk is an exotic product obtained from the fleshy part of well-ripened coconuts. It shouldn't to be confused with the coconut water inside the nut. Coco
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Jasmine rice originates from Thailand and is very often used in South Asian cuisine. Jasmine rice is extremely fragrant and is an excellent alternative to ordinary long grain rice.
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As a descendant of Pinot Noir, Pinot gris yields soft and aromatic wines, with a harmonic aftertaste. A single gulp of Pinot gris is enough for the drinker to feel its gentleness and taste citruses, pears or lemons.
Xylitol is a white crystal powder with an undetectable smell and well expressed sweet taste, similar to that of sugar. As such, xylitol is a sweetener that's growing in popularity as an excellent sugar substitute.
Sesame oil is rich in substances that protect the body from diseases such as diabetes and atherosclerosis, as well as slowing the processes of cell aging. The high levels of lecithin make sesame oil a prized food for brain cells.
Atriplex (or saltbush, orache, orach) is a genus of annual grasses and subshrubs belonging to the Chenopodiaceae family. Atriplex has long been undeservedly neglected by gardeners and cooks.
Rosé is a delightful wine low in tannins, made from red grape varieties but using the techniques for making white wines. Rosé's color is a nice pink but it can vary from pale nuances to a dark color that's close to light red.
Trebbiano is a famous white grape variety that is highly widespread in Italy. There are about 50 000 hectares of Trebbiano present there. For years, Trebbiano was used by winemakers in Tuscany to make Chianti red wines.
Flathead Grey Mullet
The flathead grey mullet (Mugil cephalus), also known as the flathead mullet, is a fish from the Mugilidae family. The meat of flathead grey mullets is white and relatively dry.
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