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Espresso shot or brewed coffee: caffeine analysis

Espresso shot or brewed coffee: caffeine analysis

One of the foremost beverages when it comes to worldwide popularity, coffee’s immensely popular nature is largely in part due to its high caffeine content. As a result of the presence of high levels of this well-known stimulant in coffee beans, consumption of coffee results in a number of positive effects which gets people hooked on this enjoyable beverage. In …

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6 Things to Bring to A Music Festival

Things to Bring to A Music Festival

Are you heading to a popular music festival for the first time in your life? If yes, then you need some guidance, my friend. Going to a music festival and camping there is not like going to a food and wine festival.  But if you go prepared, it can be the best experience of your life. Naturally, if you haven’t …

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5 Top Dominican Foods in Punta Cana

Snapper with papaya salad and tostones are some typical Dominican foods in Punta Cana

Punta Cana, in the Dominican Republic, is one of those dreamy Caribbean vacation spots full of luxury resorts by the sea. Staying in an all-inclusive resort in Punta Cana is the perfect way to relax and enjoy a fantastic and delicious experience. At the Lopesan Costa Bávaro restaurant, for example, you will have the pleasure of tasting some of the …

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Camino de Santiago: local food ideas

Shell sign marks the way for pilgrims walking and tasting the Camino de Santiago through Northern Spain

The Camino de Santiago or Way of Saint James is a Christian pilgrimage to the shrine of the apostle Saint James the Great. His remains are buried in the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, in northwestern Spain. While there are various routes through many European countries that lead there, the Spanish Coastal Way has a unique kind of beauty …

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3 Best Ways to Buy International Foods

Buy international foods. Mexican green enchiladas with guacamole and sauces on colorful table.

Every foodie dreams about having the chance to travel to other cities, countries or continents to try new flavors and discover the most peculiar local foods and ingredients. Some of them may even have a bucket list of exotic places and popular dishes they would love to try. However, sometimes life happens and those dreams of travel get postponed indefinitely. …

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3 Best Foodie Cities in the US

Pubs and bars with neon lights in the French Quarter in downtown New Orleans, one of the best foodie cities in the US.

Many people travel the world for business reasons. Others travel to escape the stresses of the business world. However, there is a third major reason people take trips to other countries. It’s not to vacation in some tropical paradise or winter wonderland. It’s not to close a deal with an overseas supplier. No, the third thing that leads people to …

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4 Ways to Discover the Basque Country, Spain

Assortment of Spanish tapas or pintxos, one of the best ways to discover the Basque Country.

The Basque Country is a beautiful and unique region in Northern Spain. Despite being small, it has everything a traveler could want. From a breathtaking coastline with lovely beaches by an evergreen mountainside to international tourist attractions that showcase a rich local culture. And world-renowned chefs that give a new perspective to delicious traditional dishes. However, there are many different …

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5 Best Food Halls in the US

Scenic view at night of Pike Place Public Market Center in Seattle, one of the best food halls in the US.

Street foods and local foods are a rising trend. This has caused the growth in popularity of food halls and markets across the US. From Miami to Seattle and from Los Angeles to New York, food halls are growing in number and conquering every city with an offer of high-quality ingredients and delicious food bites. In fact, according to a …

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4 Things You Should Know About Artisanal Ice Creams

Scoops of Raspberry Vanilla Ripple and Kiwi flavoured artisanal ice creams.

This summer you have surely seen an ice cream shop or two advertising that they offer artisanal ice creams. You might have even stopped to taste one, and you might have wondered what’s special about these types of ice creams. Well, if that’s the case, read on to answer all of your questions and to discover a few things you …

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4 Best Tours For Foodies in Galicia, Spain

Cabo Home lighthouse, located on the coast of Pontevedra, one of the cities from which to start some of the best tours for foodies in Galicia, Spain.

Galicia is a region located in the North-Western corner of Spain, bordering with Portugal. Thanks to its geography and weather, it has a very rich gastronomy. From fresh fish and seafood from the Atlantic Sea to excellent wines from the Ribeiro river region, any foodie would enjoy tasting the flavors of Galicia. The following are a selection of 4 Galicia tours …

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