“Eat your plate, or you won’t get dessert. I’m sure you’ll recognize them. Or this one: Children in Africa have nothing to eat, so be glad that you have so much to eat. Another classic: ‘Grandma was always hungry during the war’. These are typical examples of sentences that we use(s) to make sure that children eat their plates empty. A study by the ‘International Journal of Obesity’ shows that 92% of the adults eat their plates completely empty. It’s rude not to eat your plate… It feels rude toSEE DETAILS
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We've come a long way, Boomers. From our humble beginnings in the 1950's to our celebrated cuisines in the 21st century, no group has experienced a more diverse and culinary progression as much as the early post-war baby boomers.
Actually, you see it more and more often and you can get it in almost every restaurant: mint tea. Usually you also get honey because this is a golden combination is called. Is mint tea really that healthy? Are there any disadvantages to the tea? Is too much of this tea unhealthy and how much should you drink per day? What exactly is mint tea? Mint tea originally comes from Morocco. Put some twigs with mint leaves in a cup of hot water and let it soak in for aSEE DETAILS