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Avocados- An Infographic

Avocados- An Infographic

Noreen February 15, 2013 0

Infographic created by Lemon.ly

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The World Without Bacon

The World Without Bacon

Noreen February 7, 2013 0

Created by: HackCollege.com

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Alcohol Does Not “Cook Out” of Food

Alcohol Does Not “Cook Out” of Food

Noreen October 1, 2012 0

Food Fact: The myth that alcohol does all cook out stems from the fact that alcohol has a much lower boiling point temperature (173° F / 78.5° C) than water (212° F / 100°

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Largest Item on a Menu- Stuffed Camel

Largest Item on a Menu- Stuffed Camel

Noreen September 5, 2012 0

Food Fact: The largest item on a menu in the world is whole camel which is often stuffed with a lamb which has been stuffed with chickens which has been stuffed with fish or

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Marshmallows Were Originally Made From The Marshmallow Plant

Marshmallows Were Originally Made From The Marshmallow Plant

Noreen August 8, 2012 0

Food Fact: Marshmallows date back to as early as 2000 BC and were considered a delicacy deemed worthy only for gods and royalty. During those times, Egyptians made individual marshmallows by hand by extracting

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Spicy Foods to Clear a Stuffed Up Nose

Spicy Foods to Clear a Stuffed Up Nose

Noreen May 22, 2012 0

Food Fact: A good way to clear a stuffed up nose is to eat spicy foods.  The capsaicin that causes the hot sensation on your tongue also has the same type of effect on the

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Honey For Your Cough

Honey For Your Cough

Noreen April 19, 2012 0

Food Fact: Honey works extremely well as a cough suppressant.  In one study, children with respiratory tract infections were given two teaspoons of raw honey directly before going to bed.  Another group were given recommended

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Fortune Cookies Were Invented In Japan

Fortune Cookies Were Invented In Japan

Noreen April 9, 2012 0

Food Fact: fortune cookies were invented in Japan, not China or America. The commonly held notion that they were invented in China typically comes from the fact that they are primarily served in Americanized Chinese

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Inventor Of The Popsicle

Inventor Of The Popsicle

Noreen April 3, 2012 0

Food Fact: The Popsicle was invented by an 11 year old (Frank Epperson) who kept it secret for 18 years. For more Amazing Facts & Articles visit TodayIFoundOut.com

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What Worcestershire Sauce Is made Of

What Worcestershire Sauce Is made Of

Noreen March 28, 2012 0

Food Fact: Worcestershire sauce is made of dissolved fish. The world renowned English sauce is made with liquified anchovies. The anchovies are soaked in until they are totally melted down. This includes the bones

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Apple Seeds Contain Cyanide

Apple Seeds Contain Cyanide

Noreen March 22, 2012 0

Food Fact: Apple seeds contain cyanide. The seeds of apples, also known as “pips”, contain a sugar/cyanide compound called “amygdalin”, which turns into hydrogen cyanide when it is metabolized in your body. Hydrogen cyanide

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Hair In Fast Food Fact

Hair In Fast Food Fact

Noreen March 18, 2012 0

Food Fact: An average person’s yearly intake will contain 12 pubic hairs. Fast food products are more likely to have human hairs and you will never know about it.Think about all the reported cases

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Pasta Is Not Originally from Italy

Pasta Is Not Originally from Italy

Noreen February 22, 2012 0

Today I Found Out that pasta is not originally from Italy. Worldwide, pasta has become synonymous with Italian cuisine. Italian immigrants themselves brought pasta everywhere they went. While it is true that the most

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Why Popcorn Pops

Why Popcorn Pops

Noreen February 22, 2012 0

 Today I found out why popcorn pops. First a little background, Popcorn or “zea mays everta” is a special kind of Flint corn, also known as “Indian corn” and sometimes “Calico corn”.  Flint corn

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The Red Juice in Red Meat is Not Blood

The Red Juice in Red Meat is Not Blood

Noreen February 7, 2012 0

Today I found out the red juice in raw red meat is not blood. Nearly all blood is removed from meat during slaughter, which is also why you don’t see blood in raw “white

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10 Fascinating Food Facts

10 Fascinating Food Facts

Noreen January 6, 2012 0

Source: TodayIFoundOut.com

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10 Interesting Facts About Junk Food

10 Interesting Facts About Junk Food

Noreen December 29, 2011 3

Source: TodayIFoundOut.com

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10 Interesting Food Myths Dispelled

10 Interesting Food Myths Dispelled

Noreen December 17, 2011 4

Source: TodayIFoundOut.com

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12 Interesting Facts About Foods

12 Interesting Facts About Foods

Noreen December 17, 2011 4

Source: TodayIFoundOut.com

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How Maple Syrup Is Made

How Maple Syrup Is Made

Noreen December 11, 2011 0

Warm fluffy pancakes with butter, oozing the delectable golden maple syrup of the Gods over it…..slurrrp! There’s no better way to wake up than that. Ever wonder what goes into making the slurpilicious sticky

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Fascinating Facts About Bread

Fascinating Facts About Bread

Noreen December 11, 2011 1

“There’s been no greater invention since slice bread”. And whether you agree  with the common saying or not, you can’t deny that bread has become a part of our daily lives.  Here’s some fascinating

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