Fake Versus Real: Wasabi

Not everybody are sushi lover but for those who loves sushi so much must be aware when putting some wasabi. Some are fake!

 

Wasabi a Japanese plant with a thick green root that tastes like strong horseradish and is used in cooking, especially in powder or paste form as an accompaniment to raw fish.

 

Wasabi is a plant of the Brassicaceae family, which includes cabbages, horseradish, and mustard. It is also called Japanese horseradish, although horseradish is a different plant.

 

Find out how to identify the fake one. Watch this video.

Credits to Food Farmer Earth

 

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Home Aquaponics

 

“Like the Home Garden, the Family Plus is a raft aquaponic system. It has four fish tanks. But, it is twice as big as the Home Garden! It can annually produce 460 lbs. of fish and 2,700 – 4,860 heads of lettuce (or other vegetables).” ~https://aquaponics.com/aquaponic-systems/home-and-school-systems/

 

Location is a must when you are planning home aquaponics. Don’t forget to measure your space too.

 

I want to share to you this video on how to set up your own home aquaponics and the things that you have to consider.

 

Credits to Mr. Clyde Tamaru

Source: University of Hawai‘i News

 

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A Portrait Of A Farmer

Why do have to eat organic food? Most people patronize organic foods at the supermarket and I’m one of them. Did you ever think how farmers work well to sustain our daily needs?

Benefits of Sustainable Farming

1. Environment Preservation

2. Economic Profitability

3. Most efficient use of non-renewable resources

4. Protection of Public Health

5. Social and Economic Equity

Source: http://www.conserve-energy-future.com/

Source: The Health Journal

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Get Healthy Tips For A Healthy Lifestyle

Tip #1 Get a good diet. Make it healthy by eating fresh fruits and vegetables. Avoid processed foods.

According to University of California, Grains are Go foods – they help you run, jump and play all day. Fruits and vegetables are Glow foods – they help you have shiny hair and sparkly eyes. Dairy and protein are Grow foods – they help you to grow big and strong.

 

 

Tip #2 Exercise because it is good for the heart.

That activity requires you with physical effort, carried out especially to sustain or improve health and fitness.

Aerobic exercise involves performing continuous movements with large muscle groups, such as your legs, for 20 minutes or more. Cycling, swimming,rowing, walking or jogging are forms of aerobic exercise. You may perform aerobic exercise to increase your cardiorespiratory endurance or lose weight.

 

Tip #3 Healthy lifestyle.

A healthy lifestyle is one which helps to keep and improve people’s health and well-being.  The ways to being healthy include healthy eating, physical activities, weight management, and stress management.

 

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SOURCE: Cambria Joy

 

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Organic Farming Can Gain More Profit?

Organic farmers employ lots of techniques to improve their soil. They use compost and manure, rotate their crops and grow many kinds of plants. They do use pesticides, but only certain ones (mostly non-synthetic, with a few approved synthetics), and often only when other pest-control methods fail.

 

But plenty of conventional farmers do a lot of those things, too. When you pony up the extra money to buy organic produce, are you supporting environmental benefits?

 

We don’t have data about soil health or environmental pollution (in the form of soil erosion, nutrient runoff or greenhouse gases) that allows us to comprehensively assess all organic and conventional acreage and say whether one type or the other is doing better, but scientists all over the country are working on comparisons, so we do have something to go on.

 

Go on that, and you find that, yes, organic agriculture — which for purposes of this discussion means farming certified as adhering to rigorous standards defined by the U.S. Department of Agriculture — has some important environmental benefits.

 

Three important materials in organic farming:

*Wood Chips
Get local resources for a minimal cost like wood chips that normally dumped after. A well decomposed wood chips would create a good fungal rich compost and a good source of carbon.

*Chicken Manure
Composted chicken manure is a good nitrogen source

*Rock Dust
You can add rock dust to the soil equals fertile soil for a higher yields and less disease
By combining all these three materials in a compost and it’s done spreads it on yields to add fertility.

 

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Source: Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens

 

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