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    13 Different Types of Steak – Do You Know Them All?

    If you are an absolute steak lover, you’d know what makes a great steak, and how to identify one from afar- a big, fat, beautiful slab of beef. When coupled with delicious garlic pepper sauced, creamed spinach, some sautéed vegetables and perhaps, a glass of chilled drink, it is like a party in your mouth […] More

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    25 Different Types of Pasta Noodles and Shapes

    Despite being a staple in Italian cusine, did you know that 1.5 million tons of pasta is exported by the country every year? But it shouldn’t be so surprising anyways. After all, pasta is everyone’s favorite. Not only is pasta quick and easy to make, but it also tastes great and can be prepared for […] More

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    42 Different Types of Beer – How Well Do You Know Your Beer Options?

    Beer is one of the oldest drinks that is still being drunk today and is more popular than ever before. The popularity is evident through the number of beer brands that exist and the different variations they offer. It is one of the most common drinks being consumed in most cultures and is typically identified […] More

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    10 Different Types of Chocolate – Do You Know Them All?

    Let’s admit it – there is nothing like chocolate when it comes to its unique flavor and texture. While today we may conjure up images of sweet edibles when we think of chocolate, history shows us that chocolate has not always enjoyed the status of being a “luscious dessert”. Brief history of chocolate The origin […] More

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    18 Different Types of Lettuce – Can You Guess Them All?

    Brief history of lettuce Lettuce, also known as Lactuca sativa, is undoubtedly the world’s most popular salad plant. Its origin dates back to the ancient Middle East, where the god of fertility – murals of Min – cultivated its seeds around 2700 B.C. The fresh, green plant that features a thick stem and milky sap […] More

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    6 Types of Whiskey – Do You Know Them?

    Since its creation, whiskey has gained a reputation as being a drink for the tough. So, what exactly is whiskey and why is it so popular? Whiskey is a distilled alcohol which is usually made from grain mash. The different grains used to make whiskey include wheat, rye, corn, and barley. These gains can be […] More

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    50 Different Types of Nectarines

    Nectarines are a fuzzless variety of peach that grows from the same tree as a peach. Contrary to popular opinion, it’s not a cross between a peach and a plum. They originated in China over 2,000 years ago and were cultivated in ancient Greece, Rome, and Persia. “Nectarine” means “sweet as nectar,” referring to its […] More

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    10 Different Types of Nut Butter

    Despite the name, nut butters aren’t actually made from nuts nor do they contain butter. Most of the main products such as peanuts, almonds, cashews, pecans, pistachios, and macadamias aren’t actually nuts but are fruits and seeds. The only exception is the hazelnut. Culinarily speaking, though, all the abovementioned products are considered “nuts.” Aside from using them […] More

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    10 Different Types of Papaya (Plus Interesting Facts)

    Papaya is also known as papaw or pawpaw and is the fruit of the Carica Papaya tree. It originated from southern Mexico and neighboring Central America while it has been naturalized in the Caribbean Islands, Florida, some African countries, India, Australia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, and Hawaii. Christopher Columbus reputedly called papaya as the […] More

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    18 Different Types of Artichokes

    Artichoke is a variety of thistle and originated in the western and central Mediterranean. Homer and Hesiod mentioned it as a garden plant in the 8th century B.C. while the Saracens grew them in Granada and the Moors cultivated hem in North America during the Middle Ages. European immigrants introduced artichoke to the US in the […] More

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    5 Different Types of Fudge (by Cooking Method)

    The origin of fudge is uncertain but the first fudge ever sold took place in 1886 at a local Baltimore grocery store for 40 cents a pound. It is said that the fudge was first created when someone “fudged up” while making caramel. Others, on the other hand, say that a college lecturer in Virginia accidentally […] More

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    29 Different Types of Bread

    Bread is the most widely consumed food in the world and has been a staple food since the earliest times. There’s evidence from 30,000 years ago in Europe that the early man used starch extracts, possibly from the roots of cattails and ferns, to make flatbread. The Neolithic man around 10,000 B.C. discovered agriculture and […] More

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