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    The Gambia, officially the Republic of The Gambia, is the smallest country on mainland Africa. They love their lemon ginger tea, nice and spicy and sweet! They have good reason to love it, it's so good, like sunshine on a rainy day good! Warning, you must like ginger to enjoy this recipe. Adapted from Global Table Adventure.

    Recipe #501952

    Smooth Madagascar vanilla is added to rich Rooibos red tea to make a refreshing drink you will enjoy, and no caffeine! Rooibos tea has no tannins so will not get bitter. Adapted from the Nourishing Gourmet.

    Recipe #501901

    Local specialties in Doha, Qatar include pomegranate slushies and avocado milkshakes, succulent dates and tangy labneh, homemade yogurt cheese. So nice on a hot day in the Arab countries.

    Recipe #501899

    This syrup is a traditional feature of Middle Eastern sweets and pastries. It’s essentially a sugar syrup that is used to bathe, soak or sprinkle on various sweets. It’s scented with orange blossom water, rose water or both. These distilled essences are widely available in the Middle East, and they are increasingly available in the West. This recipe is from Qatar, which is bordered by Saudi Arabia. The syrup is very easy to make, and the proportions vary depending on desired thickness. Water and sugar are boiled with a little lemon juice to prevent it from crystallizing. The orange blossom water or rose water is stirred in at the end of cooking. Any sooner can weaken their aroma. When the syrup is used for making pastries, it must be added when the pastries are already baked, fried or cooked. Cold syrup is added to hot pastries. It’s either poured onto the pastry or the pastry is dipped for a moment, then lifted out. Recipe from Arabic Zeal.

    Recipe #501895

    Recipe from a vegan living in Guam, which is part of Micronesia. This uses the fresh fruit available in Micronesia. Here's what she says"Pick up an organic bag of frozen strawberries and blueberries at the Payless in Micronesia Mall or Simply Foods, buy bananas and papaya at a fruit stand or pick them straight from a tree, and substitute the coconut milk and water for fresh coconut flesh and water if you don't mind the extra effort. Delicious as is or put in the freezer for a short while for a fruit sorbet! "

    Recipe #501806

    This is a small recipe producing small scones. It’s perfect for baking urges, and you’ll be eating well in less than thirty minutes. Each scone is only about three or four inches long. There’s a TON of berries in them, so don’t be put off if the dough doesn’t come together perfectly like sugar cookie dough. It’s going to be a messy and a little imperfect and that's perfectly okay. Scones originated in Scotland. Treat yourself! From Eat Run Live.

    Recipe #501787

    Dark, sweet, and fresh, Blackberry Mint and Lime Fruit Leathers are the perfect summer treat. I have fond memories of blackberry pickin' in the hills of California and now here in North Carolina. I think blackberries grow everywhere! What a great way to use them! Found on Pinterest.

    Recipe #501772

    Macedonia, officially the Republic of Macedonia, is a country located in the central Balkan peninsula in Southeast Europe. It is one of the successor states of the former Yugoslavia, from which it declared independence in 1991. Many eastern European countries enjoy Kompot all year round. This sweet, cold drink is refreshing on a hot summer’s day and, in the winter, Bulgarian children enjoy kompot as part of the traditional Christmas celebration. Feel free to use your favorite fruit to make this recipe your own. Mint could even be added for fresh flavor. When serving, be sure to give everyone a few bits of fruit at the bottom of their glass! I put this together from 2 different recipes.

    Recipe #501673

    An authentic Afghanistan tea recipe from bodhileaves blog.

    Recipe #501634

    In Finland, they eat lots of berries, blueberries being one of their favorites. I have made this vegan by using non dairy milk, but in Finland they use fresh cow's milk. Adapted from Gimme Some Oven.

    Recipe #501599

    Refreshing, tastes good and healthy too! Found on Pinterest by Dr. Oz.

    Recipe #500684

    The perfect drink for a cold cold night. From Oh she glows.

    Recipe #500371

    Papayas are everywhere in Samoa. Here is a great way to use them.

    Recipe #500088

    Cuáker is a popular and healthy children's drink in Ecuador. Its name is the Spanish version of the name of the company most famous for selling oats and oatmeal. Beverages based on oats are popular throughout Central and South America. From whats4eats.

    Recipe #500057

    A delightful drink, perfect for hot days. A traditional Persian drink tweaked to make it easier. The lemon juice is not traditional, but is very good. Adapted from Fig and Quince, Modern Persian Cooking.

    Recipe #499996

    I've made clover tea and I've made lemonade, but had never put them together. Well, here ya go. Red clover grows wild in fields and meadows in Asia, Europe and North America and is part of the legume family. Just be careful where you pick, like near highways, where it may get sprayed with pesticides. Red clover is one of the best blood cleansers, increases good cholesterol, and is used to treat osteoporosis. From what you give away you keep.

    Recipe #499985

    Simple and delicious! Made with coconut cream and strawberries. Adapted from Immer Wachsen and tweaked.Cooking time is freezing time. Feel free to substitute your favorite fruit! Blueberries are wonderful and peaches are a favorite.

    Recipe #499509

    Lots of nutrition and yummy too. The weather is warming up here in North Carolina and smoothies are a must in warm weather!

    Recipe #498598

    Want to supercharge your day? Drink up this fully raw gatorade! It’s filled with energy, electrolytes, vitamin C,A, and E. Healthy and good for you too. Found this on Pinterest.

    Recipe #498488

    Nummy nums! This looks like bacon and even smells like it when cooking. I'm having fun making different seitan(or gluten) recipes. This fulfills that craving I have once in a while for the taste of bacon, without the meat, fat and nitrates. In order to make this recipe ”look” like bacon you will need to make two separate seitan doughs, one red and one white. Layering them and then slicing makes it look like bacon! From veggieinmilwaukee.

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