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Use Pressure Cookers for Canning and Preserving as Well as Cooking Foods!

23rd January 2012
If youve seen the information on the Internet that claims pressure cookers should not be used to can foods, you need to know that this information stems from a misinterpretation of the USDAs well-respected Complete Guide to Home Canning. Having read the... Read >
Author: Jack Lin

The Benefits of Facial Exercises

05th January 2012
Facial exercises are becoming the front runner when it comes to getting rid of facial wrinkles, lifting sagging skin such as a turkey neck or simply achieving a facelift. The other methods people think of involve needles, surgery, or an exuberant amount o... Read >
Author: Mark Etinger

Botox can also be strategically placed to shape your eyebrows eyebrow region.

06th May 2011
Facial Botox injections are the most common cosmetic procedure done in the United States, but also the most misunderstood. Most patients think of Botox injections for the first time to express fears that their face will be paralyzed and glassy. They do ... Read >
Author: tedd woods

Homemade Tomato Juice – How to Do It Right

21st May 2010
The biggest problem I have run into in making and bottling my own tomato juice is how to get the juice to not separate in the bottles. If you have ever bottled tomato juice or other puree juices, you will know what I am talking about. The thick part of th... Read >
Author: Lee Orton

Canned Soup Vs Homemade

25th February 2010
While many people dealing with increasingly busy schedules have come to rely on prepackaged and ready made dinner options, there are some hidden dangers in these preparations that go beyond their nutritional (or lack thereof) content. Not only are harmful... Read >
Author: AstroNutrition

Ham Making Tips How To Make Ham

07th December 2009
Of the many available preserved meats, Ham is one of the easiest to make.  Ham has become one of the favorite dinner meats no doubt partly because of how easy it is to cook, serve and keep stored for future cooking opportunities.   Done cor... Read >
Author: HamMakingTips

5 Top Tips To Ensure Perfect Home Made Chutney

21st September 2009
So, you've decided to make your own home made chutney. Maybe you've bought the fruit and vegetables or perhaps you have grown your own. Either way, it's going to be delicious providing you don't make some of the most common mistakes people make when makin... Read >
Author: Paul Bradley

Baby Food Recipes - Baby Finger Foods

08th August 2009
Baby finger food is any small piece of food that your baby can pick up and eat by himself. Giving your baby finger food can be very funny and moreover it is very important step for your little one. Thanks to eating finger foods, your baby is becoming more... Read >
Author: Luka Malgaj

Food Poisoning Incubation Periods

29th June 2009
We have had many questions sent to us in the past asking if we could investigate a restaurant in our jurisdiction. Usually the complaint was of getting sick a few hours from dining. The complainant is puzzled when we ask where they ate 5 hours ago, 12... Read >
Author: David Arts

Veterinary history, learn what it takes to become a vet, and what a daily routine consists of.

14th May 2009
Vets - or vets for short - are consultants focusing on animals. The word is derived from Latin "veterinae" that means "draft animal". The term veterinarian was employed for the first time in the year 1646 by Thomas Browne. Today veterinary medication welc... Read >
Author: SaraLovesDogs

Raw Honey Needs To Be Processed

30th January 2009
After the beekeeper collects the honey it's processed immediately after harvesting because it crystallizes when it's allowed to sit. It has to be heated up between 150-170 degrees because it carries the bacterium that causes botulism, which can be dangero... Read >
Author: Jack Stanley

Introduction To Food Poisoning

28th January 2009
Food poisoning is an acute gastroenteritis caused by the consumption of a food material or a drink which contains the pathogenic micro organism or their toxins or poisonous chemicals.Food poisoning is common in hostels,hotels,communal feedings, and festiv... Read >
Author: suegold

Food Poisoning Symptoms

16th January 2009
Food poisoning is caused due intake of leftover food stuff which is contaminated by bacteria, viruses, environmental toxins or toxins present in food itself. The harmful bacteria present in the leftovers can upset your stomach and you can suffer from diar... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson

Dystonia

28th October 2008
Dystonia is a neurological movement disorder affecting more than 300,000 people in North America alone. It is characterized by involuntary muscle contractions, which force certain parts of the body into abnormal, sometimes painful, movements or postures. ... Read >
Author: Dr. A. R. Scopelliti

Hypotonia – Causes, Signs and Treatment

01st May 2008
Hypotonia is more a description than a diagnosis. It is most often seen in newborns (congenital) and infants, but it may persist through adolescence into adulthood. Another name for infantile hypotonia is "floppy baby syndrome." This refers to the tendenc... Read >
Author: peterhutch
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