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    What is saffron?

    This beer-like beverage is made by fermenting old bread in water. It's sold from tank-trailers on the street during the summer in Russia.
    Mon Jan 14, 2013 7:52 pm
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    What is kvass

    Originally, Jack-O-Lanterns were made from these vegetables, not pumpkins

    While looking up some fun food facts I found this:
    The average chocolate bar has 8 insects' legs in it. Great info for people on a diet icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif
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    what are turnips?

    Maybe that's where the idea of chocolate covered grasshoppers comes from, or is it chocolate covered bees? In any event, it's always good to get a little extra protein, isn't it?

    It has been traditional to serve fish with this since the Middle Ages, when people believed that its juice would dissolve any bones accidentally swallowed.
    Wed Jan 16, 2013 4:33 pm
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    What is a lemon

    This fruit contains the most vitamin C than any other fruit. Originated in Central and South America they are used in food, medicine and some weapons. There are more than 200 varieties today.
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