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The fungi kingdom

The fungi kingdom

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Today we know a lot about the Fungi kingdom but back in the days there was no consensus on what a mushroom actually is, nor was there a single word for it.

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Quick Red Lentil Dal

Quick Red Lentil Dal

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Did you know that the red lentil is actually brown? The strong orange-red colour only appears after peeling. That’s why it can be enjoyed after only 10 minutes of cooking and is easily digested. Today we are cooking a delicious dal with red lentils.

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Potatoes gone wild

Potatoes gone wild

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The potato was introduced to Europe in the 16th century by the Spanish, who gave it the name patata.

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Onions – sweet transformations

Onions – sweet transformations

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Onions are super versatile vegetables that are widely cultivated. There are many species that fall into this category but people usually think of a bulb when they imagine the onion. And not without a reason. The yellow onion is the most commonly known variety – bulb onion is the most important species of the Allium genus among growers all over the world.

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Apples – thousands of varieties

Apples – thousands of varieties

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And, frankly, apple preserves are one of the reasons why so many people are mad about these fruits.

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Moules Frites – Mussels Belgian style

Moules Frites – Mussels Belgian style

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Mussels contain many vitamins: from B1, B2, B6, C and E to zinc, iron, omega-3 fatty acids and a few more! The shellfish consist of 80 per cent water and contain about 69 calories per 100 g.

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