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The New Super Vegetable: Flower Sprout

  English: Flower Sprout The Flower Sprout is such a new vegetable, its name only exists in English and I cannot seem to find its scientific name either!   What are Flower Sprouts? A non-genetically modified merge between the Brussels…

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Singaporean

Singapore Katong Laksa

Laksa is a noodle dish commonly found in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. While the precise origin of the dish is unknown, what is certain is it is a signature dish of the Peranakan cuisine. The Peranakans are descendants of Chinese migrants…

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Rare & Unusual

Key to Multiple Female Orgasm: The Phallus Indusiatus

Latin: Phallus Indusiatus English: bamboo fungus, bamboo pith, long net stinkhorn, crinoline stinkhorn, veiled lady Chinese: 竹笋菌, 長裙竹蓀/长裙竹荪, 竹笙, 竹参, 面紗菌, 網紗菌, 竹姑娘, 竹菌, 竹松, 竹萼, 竹鸡 Japanese: 衣笠茸/キヌガサタケ Thai: เห็ดร่างแห Igbo: éró ḿma Yoruba: Akufodewa What is it? The…

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