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 How to Use Fresh Stevia Leaves?

Answer Stevia, also known as Stevia rebaudiana, sugarleaf, sweetleaf and sweet honey leaf, is a perennial herbaceous plant that grows in South America and cooler climates of the United States. You can use... Read More »
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Is there a difference in cooking with fresh bay leaves and dry bay leaves?

Fresh Bay leaves are very much more aromatic than the dried form. Snap a fresh bay leaf and it gives off a delightful perfume whereas the dried form hardly smells at all. The dried leaf does howeve... Read More »
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How to Make Fresh Neem Leaves Paste?

These are the leaves used to make a paste.Neem paste is useful for applying to your skin for alleviating a variety of skin disorders, including itching and blemishes. It can also make a pleasant fa... Read More »
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In USA, what do you mean by saying "Fresh Food, Fresh Meat, Fresh vegetables"?

Fresh usually denotes 'unprocessed food that hasn't been around long enough to have turned bad. Even "fresh from the vine' doesn't mean it was picked that day. On the contrary, Americans statistica... Read More »
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