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Jul 25, 2014 11:05 am - Posted by
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Cleanliness comes first in all aspects involved in the daily life of every Rwandan. Not only the cleanliness of the town organization but all the way to the kitchen where food hygiene is given attention to detail. Health studies show that the kitchen contains the most germs in the home. One found that the kitchen sink contains 100,000 times more

Jun 11, 2014 9:08 am - Posted by

Everybody needs to save time in this busy environment will in today. When it comes to kitchen duties a little more easiness is what one needs in order to stay organized and save time. Here is how one can stay organized, save time and make life easy in the Kitchen: 1. Speed up ripening Be a total magician and morph a banana from green t

May 16, 2014 14:41 pm - Posted by

Peel ginger with a spoon Ginger can be tricky to peel with all its bumps and irregularities. Rather than using a paring knife or vegetable peeler, reach for the spoon. Scrape it against the skin and it'll come right off, following every contour and minimizing waste. Split an apple in half without a knife If you don't like eating apples

May 07, 2014 7:40 am - Posted by
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[caption id="attachment_2037" align="aligncenter" width="480"] The easiest way of peeling an orange[/caption] Oranges are widely consumed in Rwanda mostly added to the daily diet in children, alongside other variety fruits such bananas, passion fruits, mangos, pawpaws and tamarillos among others. Orange Peeling has always been the most tedious pa

Apr 19, 2014 16:32 pm - Posted by
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1. Butter Freezing butter is easy and is especially handy when stocking up for baking season. Simply place butter in its original wrapping inside of an airtight bag or tightly wrapped in foil. When ready, remove the butter from the freezer and thaw overnight in the refrigerator before use. Butter usually lasts for up to four months, though some

Apr 10, 2014 17:45 pm - Posted by

Hard-boiled eggs are a great addition to salads and the perfect easy-to-make appetizer or snack. Here’s how to make them in just three simple steps! Here is how to hard boil eggs Scrambled, over-easy, poached or fried—there’s countless ways to have your eggs. But none are quite so versatile as the hard-boiled version Hard-boiled

Jan 04, 2014 13:30 pm - Posted by

How you store fruit and vegetables can be a little daunting in Rwanda, causing a major impact on their taste and texture when you serve them. Almost everything can be stored in the refrigerator except for bananas, tomatoes, potatoes, lemons, and limes among others. These items should be kept in a cool, dry area, but will experience strange chang

Jun 07, 2013 18:12 pm - Posted by
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  There is nothing as comforting when one has a cold as a hot cup of honey and lemon tea. Well, strictly speaking, there’s no “tea” in the tea. Rwandans living in the country’s hill areas like the northern Province can tell you.   It’s just honey, lemon juice, and hot water. But it’s so good, especially if you have a

Feb 10, 2013 11:12 am - Posted by
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Everyone wants to take better care of themselves and that means making sure that they are eating the best foods that they can. Raw foods are believed to be the right choice when it comes to picking healthy ingredients, but you may be surprised to hear that opting for a diet rich in raw foods is more complex than just going to the grocery sto

Jan 15, 2013 11:22 am - Posted by
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Oranges are among the most valuable food crops especially fruits in Rwanda, they are suitable for everyone; both young and old and are known as the best fruits to treat diseases and most importantly, they slow down the aging process. Oranges are much more than the best source of Vitamin C; they are major sources of calcium, phosphorous, pota