Food 

Why You Should Be Using Bug Salt With Your Mezcal

It may seem that kosher salt or sugar are the best types of rims for the beloved margarita, but they’re not the most authentic. In Mexico, sippers use bug salt to liven up their libations, especially those made with mezcal. The most common of these salts is made from larva which is found amongst agave plants. “The salt of ‘chinicuil’ or worm salt, is one of the products that distinguishes Mexico from the rest of the world. Only in Mexico can we find a product like this, an original pre-Hispanic…

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Food 

How Orangetheory Helped This Food Editor Get Back in Shape

Much to the frequent envy of family, friends, and colleagues, I was blessed with a decent metabolism. It no longer lends itself to the skin-and-bones frame of my youth, but I can easily house 4,000-plus calories in a single sitting, release a single belch, and walk away feeling like myself again. But in the last few years since assuming the role of food editor, my age (31) has caught up with my inability to understand portion control, and my denial of this realization has weighed as heavy as the pounds…

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If You've Ever Wanted to Make a Rainbow Cake, This New Cookbook Is For You

Rainbows, sprinkles, and cake- where do we sign up? If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to make those gorgeous rainbow cakes you always see on Instagram, look no further than Flour Shop’s Amirah Kassem’s brand new cookbook, The Power of Sprinkles ($17). Kassem is an incredibly talented and innovative baker who creates magical-looking cakes that would put Willy Wonka to shame. Inspired by piñatas from her childhood in Mexico, Kassem’s cakes are filled with sprinkles and candy, each layer of the cake, a different vibrant color of the rainbow.…

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The Writings of Carlos Castaneda

Bookstores are dangerous places for me. I invariably leave with less money—and more books than I’ll ever have time to read. But I have to support my habit: I’m basically an idea junkie. I like to learn things, absorb new ideas, and challenge my mind to form connections between concepts that don’t seem to go together. So I choose books not because I assume they’re true, but because I expect them to be interesting or thought-provoking. When I’ve finished reading a book, though, I usually have a pretty strong sense…

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Guzman’s Conviction Hasn’t Hurt Sinaloa Cartel

The conviction of notorious drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman hasn’t put a dent in the powerful Sinaloa drug cartel, NBC News reported. The news outlet said experts see the conviction more “moral victory” than a win over the illegal drug empire. “The conviction of Chapo Guzmán was a great moral victory because it subjected him to the rule of law,” Mike Vigil, the former chief of international operations for the Drug Enforcement Administration, told NBC News. “The conviction though has done nothing to impact the Sinaloa cartel because it…

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Best 2018 photography from the New Yorker

Besides the articles, the breath-taking stories, there are the photos, the imagery which has the strong power of moving our souls, impressing our minds, melting our hearts. A story shall go hand in hand with stunning visuals in order to create a perfectly-documented and well-told article. The New Yorker chose their best and we thought you’d like to see them. From the Mexico migrant caravan, to the Florida voting booth, these are photos that will give you a 2018 last perspective and maybe a new sense of the future and………

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Organic Recipes 

Health Benefits Of Organic Food : Full Info By Dr. Mayur Sankhe | Hindi

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Best 2018 photography from the New Yorker

Besides the articles, the breath-taking stories, there are the photos, the imagery which has the strong power of moving our souls, impressing our minds, melting our hearts. A story shall go hand in hand with stunning visuals in order to create a perfectly-documented and well-told article. The New Yorker chose their best and we thought you’d like to see them. From the Mexico migrant caravan, to the Florida voting booth, these are photos that will give you a 2018 last perspective and maybe a new sense of the future and……

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Best 2018 photography from the New Yorker

Besides the articles, the breath-taking stories, there are the photos, the imagery which has the strong power of moving our souls, impressing our minds, melting our hearts. A story shall go hand in hand with stunning visuals in order to create a perfectly-documented and well-told article. The New Yorker chose their best and we thought you’d like to see them. From the Mexico migrant caravan, to the Florida voting booth, these are photos that will give you a 2018 last perspective and maybe a new sense of the future and…

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Best 2018 photography from the New Yorker

Besides the articles, the breath-taking stories, there are the photos, the imagery which has the strong power of moving our souls, impressing our minds, melting our hearts. A story shall go hand in hand with stunning visuals in order to create a perfectly-documented and well-told article. The New Yorker chose their best and we thought you’d like to see them. From the Mexico migrant caravan, to the Florida voting booth, these are photos that will give you a 2018 last perspective and maybe a new sense of the future and…

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