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How to Cure a Headache and Other Useful Food and Drink Tips

kiwiLife's physical or mental ailments--even temporary or minor ones--can ruin a beautiful day or evening.  Below, find possible answers to some common vexing questions about these: What annoyance may kiwi successfully treat?  What can I consume to cure a headache or treat nausea? What type of foods may help me reduce depression?  To perk up my low-salt diet, what herbs and spices will do the trick for which foods?

Humans Eating Insects (Entomophagy)--Could You? Would You? Why?

Worm"Entomophagy" is a combination of two Greek words; the first part means "insect;" the second means "eat."  (An easier and funnier name for bugs harvested for human consumption is "micro-livestock.")

 

Groceries that could outlive you; groceries that could keep you alive

Suppose you're middle-aged now.  Suppose the shelf-life of some of your food is  60 years. Your food might still look and taste good when your descendants feast on it.  Not all food can last that long, but, when properly processed and stored, can last for decades.  

 

Summer Party Tips: Baby Carrots (Using for Dips) Hot Dogs (Ditching the Guilt), and Watermelon (Finding a Ripe One)

watermelon, carrotsSummer parties often involve dipping, grilling, and happily biting into fresh fruit. Here are some useful things to know about those mini-carrots perfect for dipping into guacamole or hummus, those hot dogs sizzling invitingly on the grill, and that giant watermelon waiting to be sliced. Nothing shouts summer quite as loudly as these foods.  Let's answer some FAQs about these ubiquitous treats.  Note: some questions express concerns about harmful substances in these beloved edibles. 

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