The Truth About MSG and Your Health

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[ INTRO] Foodies can’t stop talking about umami — the savory taste that’s taking over the culinary scene and which, along with sweet, sour, bitter, and salty, is one of the five basic tastes that our tongues perceive. But if you’re a fan of Chinese takeout, you’ve been team umami from the get-go. That’s because […]

Ascent by DaVinci – All Glass Pathway Portable Vaporizers

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A wine enthusiast doesn’t just settle for a tin can to drink their wine, they choose the finest glass available for the ultimate experience. Flavor and purity is why we crafted the ascent vaporizer with an all glass pathway for the connoisseur. Ascent by Davinci, the world’s most advanced portable vaporizer. Superior flavor.

FALLOUT 4 NUKA COLA ft. Hannah Hart – NERDY NUMMIES

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Ro: Hey guys it’s Ro! Welcome to another Nerdy Nummies, today I have a very Ro: special guest… It’s Hannah! Hannah: Hello! Ro: She has an awesome YouTube Channel, I’ll put a link down below for you Ro: to go check it out! She’s also a fellow author you guys! Ro: A fellow foodie! We […]

How to Carbonate a Flat Beverage – Soda, Water or Any Beverage You Need Fizzy

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How to carbonate a flat beverage If you’re interested in carbonating your own beverages at home or bringing sodas that have lost their fizziness back from the dead, this do-it-yourself carbonation method is easier, more versatile, and less expensive to use than over-the-counter carbonation machines. All you’ll need is a few simple components and a […]

Why Are Wine Bottles Usually Green?

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The Aromatic Science of Food and Wine: Francois Chartier at TEDxUdeM

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Translator: Sue Kronenfeld Reviewer: Denise RQ I brought dessert, but I’m going to keep it for myself, right there. Let’s get started; I’ll show you my rule of molecular harmony in wine-serving so that everyone understands what is eaten in winter. It’s a rule of the aromatic sciences of food and wine which I “gave […]

How to make vincotto – This version of the “cooked wine” is infused with fresh ginger & spices

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Hello and welcome! I’m Viviane with foodandstyle.com. Place the red wine in a medium saucepan. Add the sugar, the ginger, and the spices. Now bring to a boil. Once the mixture is boiling, reduce the heat to medium and simmer the wine until it has thickened and becomes foamy. We want to reduce the wine […]