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Cape gooseberry

Also Known As: Goldenberry, Husk Cherry, Peruvian Ground Cherry, Poha, Poha Berry, Jam fruit, Peruvian cherry, Uchuva The genus is characterised by the small orange fruit similar in size, shape a >>

Acerola

Also known as: Barbados cherry. Acerola is small tree or tropical fruit shrub, with the binomial name Malpighia glabra and belongs to the family Malpighiaceae. Besides the name acerola, it is widely >>

Loquat

Also known as: Japanese Plum, Biwa, pipa, nispero, nespole, and Japanese medlar. Loquat fruits grow on evergreen plants that range in size from small shrubs to large trees. These plants thrive in sub >>

Black Currant

Also known as: European black currant, blackcurrant, black currant, quincy berries , Siyah Frenkuzumu , Gichtbeerblaetter , Kurokarin , Grosellero negr. The black currant is the edible berry of a shr >>

Persimmon

Also known as: Possum wood, Chinese Plum, Diospyros Kaki, Diospyroskaki, Hanagosho, Jiro. Persimmon is a choice fruit of the sub-tropics and temperate regions. Oriental persimmon is a native of China >>

Rowan fruit

Also Known As: European Mountain Ash, Mountain Ash, Quickbeam, Rowan, Rowan Tree, Rowanberry, Witchwood The rowans or mountain-ashes are shrubs or small trees in genus Sorbus of family Rosaceae. Hab >>

Saskatoon berry

Also Known As: Saskatoon is variously called by the common names serviceberry,  Juneberry, shadberry, sugar pear and Indian pear. The saskatoon (Amelanchier alnifolia) is a small to large >>

Plantain

Plantain is the common name for herbaceous plants of the genus Musa. The fruit they produce is generally used for cooking, in contrast to the soft, sweet banana (which is sometimes referred to as the >>

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Protect yourself while grilling

Of course, barbeque aprons keep clothes from getting soiled by soot, grease, sauce and other grimy byproducts of the grilling process, but a fire resistant apron also helps to protect the griller from heat and flames.Most barbecue aprons are sturdy enough to provide some protection from heat, but when in the market for truly fire resistant aprons, make sure that the garment is made from a flame-retardant material.Some aprons can be found in fireproof materials like Nomex, but heavy, flame-retardant cotton will also keep the flames at bay and the same material can be found in BBQ gloves that need to provide even more protection since they are closer to the action.

Green Eating
Don’t follow the pack

Instead of buying foods that come in extensive packaging (most of which is petroleum-based plastics) look for unpackaged or minimally packaged foods, experiment with bringing your own containers and buying in bulk, or pick brands that use bio-based plastic packing. And of course try and recycle or reuse any packaging you end up with.

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