As consumers we often want one straight answer to our question. Which is better almond milk or cow’s milk. The answer is: it depends on what you’re looking for. Cow’s milk has benefits almond milk doesn’t have. Almond milk has benefits cow’s milk doesn’t have. Cow’s milk has dangers completely different than almond milk. Vice versa. Read more about Cow’s milk vs. Almond milk[…]
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As a dietitian who specializes in children’s nutrition, I get asked a lot of questions, such as: “Can I give my 6-month-old nuts?” or “Can I give my 2-year-old fish?” I’d like to give you seven foods to introduce to your entire family’s diet in 2016, whether your children are 6 months old, 1 year Read more about 7 foods to introduce to your family’s diet in 2016 (Published by SheKnows Media)[…]
If you are middle-eastern, you certainly know about “hindbeh”, or chicory. It is part of the Lebanese “mezza” and can be seen as an appetizer in all Lebanese restaurants or in Lebanese homes. With the first rain falls of winter, piles of chicory leaves will be stacked on the roadsides waiting to give giant health Read more about Hindbeh or Chicory Recipe: Power Leaves[…]
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Recipe available in arabic as well. With Ramadan starting there is noway around dessert. There is no reason to avoid dessert as long as it’s healthy and balanced. This is a super easy recipe, you can get in the kitchen and do it before today’s iftar. Ingredients for 5 servings: 500 ml Soya Vanilla Alpro Read more about Healthy Riz b Halib or Rice Pudding[…]
Ok seriously, my son, all of a sudden has become a super picky eater. He’s not eating any of the food he used to eat before, and on top of it he’s not breastfeeding either. Just in time for Mother’s Day to make me realize that I’m simply doing things wrong.
Please help, what should I do?
What is Lupin (Termos)?
Termos (lupin) is a popular snack in the middle east. However, it’s not very common in other parts of the world.
If you google the word termos you will get the following:
Lupin is a legume, just like lentils and beans and a great one for that matter.
I would much rather be having chestnuts by a chimney in Faraya right now or in a brown paper bag under the rain straight from the street vendor in Beirut on AUH’s corner.