How To Understand Transplants and Cord Blood Donations

Transplants with cord blood donations are now widely used as an alternative to bone marrow transplant. Some of these cases include patients with severe aplastic anemia or leukemia. To date globally, around 6,000 cord blood transplants have been conducted successfully. Particularly in the United States, physicians handling this type of case commonly know this type […]

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How To Make Chili to Cry Over

Genuine Chili… No Beans, No Chopped Meat, Just Real Chili Chili, arguably, is like the flu. Most everyone has had it and not everyone has had the same version. Also, just like the flu, there are some incarnations you can handle and others that just, well…make you vomit. There is a simple solution to this […]

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How To Bake Angus London Broil

Angus London Broil is a beef-dish that most Americans love. Contrary to its name, it originated from the United States, and no one really knows why it is called “The London Broil.”  It is fallaciously known as a type of cut in meat, but in truth, it is a method on how to prepare it. […]

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How To Store Ginger Root

The most common staples of any kitchen, whether it be the typical home kitchen or that of an experienced master chef, are the spices.  With an array of spices, one can transform simple, sometimes even tasteless foods, into the most delectable delicacies to hit one’s palette.  Perhaps one of the oldest of these spices is […]

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How To Make Yummy Goulash

Treat Those Monster Appetites to This Warm, Satisfying Dish Hungarian Goulash recipes traveled to the United States and, as Americans like to do, those recipes quickly became Americanized. American Goulash, with ground beef the main ingredient, is considerably different from Hungarian Goulash, which is made with stew beef. And then, if you travel to the […]

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How To Make Your Own Cream Cheese

When you think of cream cheese, you think of the soft, fresh-tasting, mild taste with a slight tang of a white cheese that you use for pastries, pizza, mashed potatoes, chicken, pork, beef, and fish dishes, vegetable dishes, desserts, sauces or dips, and different kinds of food. Cream cheese was said to have been invented […]

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How To Make Miso Soup

Miso soup is a staple in Japanese restaurants both in Japan and in the United States. Consisting of a broth with seaweed and tofu, this simple soup is both unique and delicious. Many people have had it in a restaurant without knowing how to replicate the taste at home. You may have to visit an […]

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How To Easily Make Orzo Salad

Orzo is Italian and is known as "Italian Rice." However, it is not rice. In the United States it can be found in the pasta section at the grocery store. It is small, oval shaped pasta about the size of a pine nut. Cooked and mixed with a multitude of different ingredients, it is a perfect light […]

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How To Buy Edible Flowers

Edible flowers have been used for culinary purposes for many centuries. The first documented use of edible flowers has been traced back to 140 B.C. Many countries and cultures all around the world use edible flowers in their everyday cooking, and the practice has become popular in recent years in the United States. One of […]

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How To Make Cappuccino

Cappuccino can be quite expensive to buy everyday at the coffee shop, but you can make yours at home for much less. In Italy, cappuccino is generally only served with breakfast, but in the United States, it is the perfect drink for any time of the day. Cappuccino is a mix of espresso, steamed milk, […]

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