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    Kunu drink is a popular drink made from whole grains of millet and sometimes sorghum or corn. Its quite popular in most parts of Nigeria especially the northern part where it originates.

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    Great cartoon/microscopy images of how Bacillus subtilis undergoes the process of sporulation, transitioning from a normally growing bacterial cell (left) through stages of creating a small separate intracellular compartment (second from left) which then becomes engulfed inside the larger cell (third from left), eventually maturing and being

  • Indigenous leafy vegetables and herbs found in Nigeria

    Ugu is a leafy vegetable which is used in Nigeria for both culinary and medicinal purposes. It is Rich in minerals such as calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron and folic acid which makes it highly nutritious.

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    Healthy Nigerian Eating Diet is all the rave this year and since we published this post on weight loss, there have been several questions on Healthy Eating in Nigeria and ways to make Nigerian Recipes healthier.

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    Kamotent kahoy, cassava, tapioca plant, Manihot esculenta: Philippine Medicinal Plants - An illustrated compilation of Philippine medicinal plants by Dr Godofredo Stuart, with botanical information, chemical properties, folkloric uses and medicinal studies

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    Here are 10 foods and snacks that will help you add weight.

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    Food Standards Agency makes sure food is safe and what it says it is.

  • Fermented cereals a global perspective. Chapter 2.

    Source: FAO 1997. CLASSIFICATION OF FERMENTED CEREALS. Fermented cereal-based food products produced in African countries can be classified on the basis of either the raw cereal ingredients used in their preparation, or the texture of the fermented product.

  • How to lose weight with Nigerian Food - 9jafoodie

    I know most people might not think it's possible to lose weight eating Nigerian food but this is false, I have done it and so are hundreds of people using the Nigerian food based weight loss meal plan Lose It Nigerian.