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Tell me something… do you guys believe in cold-pressed juice? I think cold-pressed juice is healthy, and I’ve known its claim to be more nutritious than regular juice. Cold-pressed juice believers explained to me once that the blades in a regular juicer generate heat which destroys natural nutrients and enzymes in the juice, so cold-

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Warm Taro Tea

I recalled the morning dew sitting on the taro leaves early morning in our backyard while the smell of warm taro-spread my mom simmered on the stove was already made every sleepy livings in our home came alive. It was such a comforting and sweet aroma that lingered in my mind forever. When I purchased an instant taro

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Roselle Ice-Tea

Whenever I went back to Thailand, the first stop was always a refreshing herbal/natural drink which is so easily to find in any corner of the streets. They are usually the small set up, on the table with beautiful shades of sweet herbal drinks line up in the glass jars. There are something from coconut

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Freshest Orange Juice

One of many ways that helps kids appreciate and enjoy food is letting them be a part of cooking. Yaseen always hangs around in the kitchen when I’m cooking, open the fridge 100 times, mixes milk and syrup, makes a lot of mess, etc. But when something smells really nice and the loud sizzling sound

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Homemade Soy Milk

When I was in kindergarten, my aunt who basically ran the place usually made fresh soy milk for afternoon refreshment. The earthy, warm scent of bubbling soy milk would wake us up from a lazy nap. The cups of warm soy milk and some snacks was served when some of us were still drowsy. A

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Corn Milk

Years ago, when corn milk was introduced in Thailand and we the consumers were told that it was not only healthy but supposedly to make us look good. The lady who sold me the bottles of cold corn milk freshly made every morning swore it would make my skin glow, my hair shine, and my

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Lemon Grass and Pandan Leave Ice-Tea

Healthy summer drinks squeezed right out of fresh ingredients or herbs seem to be the popular beverage option in Thailand lately. Every now and then, there are some health-concerned organizations announce useful information that guild people to live healthier. Lemon grass and pandan leaves ice-tea is one pop cool drink in Thailand right now. The chill,

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Bael Fruit Ice Tea

I was introduced to Bael fruit as a kid, it was a rewarding treat we found everywhere in our hometown. They were naturally grown in people’s homes, farmlands and forests. When the fruits are perfectly ripe and ready to eat they would fall down on the ground waiting for the children to pick them up. We

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Sugarcane Juice

Nothing beats the dry summer heat like a fresh cooling glass of sugarcane juice. As the bright shiny season unfold, the sugarcane farmers set up the rustic shades around the city with some energizing cold sugarcane juice flies out every other seconds. Sugarcane is a tropical spice of tall grass having fibrous stout and jointed stalks

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