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Vietnamese Diet

The Vietnamese diet relies heavily on rice, fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh herbs and seafood. Although influenced by the cooki...
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How to Cook Tacos for 85

Feeding a large crowd can seem overwhelming, but choosing the right recipe can make it simpler. Tacos are a meal that can feed 85 ...
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How to Grill Carne Asada

For traditional carne asada -- a Latin American classic meaning "grilled meat" -- purchase skirt steak or flank steak. T...
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How to Cook Longanisa

Longanisa's striking crimson color stops you in your tracks when you first come across it, but its spicy, complex taste, pungent a...
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How to Make Hibachi Rice

While the word “hibachi” technically refers to a specific implement – originally a type of room heater -- it has...
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Cayenne Pepper Vs. Chili Powder

Powdered cayenne pepper and chili powder may look similar, but they taste very different. While both of these spices contain capsa...
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A Strict Jain Diet

Jainism is an Indian religion that has existed since ancient times. At the heart of the Jain religion is the belief that in order ...
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How to Cook Piaya

Piaya, or piyaya, is a flat, unleavened bread from the Philippines. The piaya is filled with mozcovado, or raw, sugar. This fillin...
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What Are the Benefits of Sushi?

Packed with fresh fish, crunchy vegetables and fiber-filled rice, sushi can be a nutrient-packed, healthy meal. One wrong step, ho...
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How to Bake Filipino Mocha Cake

Filipino mocha cake is light and airy with a coffee-flavored batter and is commonly served for breakfast or dessert. The sweet cak...
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