By Blogs Desk Published: March 15, 2019 0 SHARES Share Tweet Email Avengers: Endgame releases on April 26, 2019. It’s that time of the year again, when Marvel fans flock together to their nearest theatres to watch their favourite Avengers fight the bad guys and save the world on screen. While Pakistanis are still not over the disappointment of not seeing Captain Marvel in theatres, the new trailer for Avengers: Endgame released by Marvel yesterday has provided significant distraction. There’s a lot to unpack in the second trailer, with a number of theories and observations clouding the internet regarding what our favourite heroes will be up to after the snap. While some are speculating on whether Captain America is dying or whether it is Ant-Man who ends up saving the fate of the universe, the following are the talking points we found interesting. Photo: Giphy Photo: Giphy Is Tony Stark really back?The first trailer showed Stark stuck in space with … [Read more...] about The Avengers: Endgame trailer has given us goosebumps, but will Pakistanis even get to see it?
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by Jason Wilson, The Washington Post Published 9:50 am PST, Monday, February 4, 2019 Over the past several years, there's been a creeping wine-ification in every realm of gourmet endeavor. There's almost no sphere of connoisseurship without a certified taste expert, someone who's completed serious coursework and passed an exam. less Over the past several years, there's been a creeping wine-ification in every realm of gourmet endeavor. There's almost no sphere of connoisseurship without a certified taste expert, someone who's completed ... more Photo: Photo For The Washington Post By Stacy Zarin Goldberg; Food Styling By Lisa Cherkasky Photo: Photo For The Washington Post By Stacy Zarin Goldberg; Food Styling By Lisa Cherkasky Image 1 of / 12 Caption Close Image 1 of 12 Over the … [Read more...] about Palate grows for sommeliers
When you think about the health benefits of coconut oil, the last thing that probably comes to mind is rubbing the edible plant grease all over your skin and hair. But dermatologists, natural beauty devotees, and a growing body of scientific studies are starting to bring the plant’s potential to light. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below “Coconut oil is comprised of a unique combination of natural fats, which makes it useful in treating the skin,” explains Joshua Zeichner, MD, director of cosmetic and clinical research in dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. These fatty acids include linoleic acid (which is beneficial for acne-prone skin) and up to 50 percent lauric acid (which is hydrating and antimicrobial), he says. Viva Naturals Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil Viva Naturals amazon.com $14.58 Studies show that coconut oil—which is extracted from the meat of mature coconuts—may improve skin barrier function and repair, … [Read more...] about 23 Coconut Oil Beauty Benefits Your Hair and Skin Will Love
ON a visit to the countryside this week I went for a walk – don’t judge me – and could not believe how much of everything was growing in the hedges. Sloe berries, blueberries, apples, pears, crab apples and above all, blackberries. Millions of them. I ate until my hands were bleeding and my stomach was bursting, and I couldn’t help thinking: “Why, if you’re a homeless person, do you live in a shop doorway in a town, begging for money?“Why don’t you live here, in a hedge, where you don’t really need any?” All I’ve eaten this week is blackberry and apple pie, stewed blackberries, raw blackberries, blackberry and pear pie — and a chicken madras. Followed by a blackberry crumble. And then, on Thursday, I saw a small item in The Times newspaper saying that the Co-op is importing the blackberries on its shelves from Guatemala. Which is 5,500 miles away. Now, I know the Co-op is a sort of socialist operation, which … [Read more...] about Picky about fruit? Then it’s time to eat what’s on our hedgerows as supermarket fruit ‘takes like absolutely nothing at all’
Monday, September 10, 2018 by: Rhonda Johansson Tags: animal husbandry, animals, backyard chickens, clean water, goodscience, green living, Homestead, homesteading, livestock, off grid, Off-the-grid living, pet health, Pets, Poultry, poultry health, raising chickens, sustainable living (Natural News) Cutting corners when it comes to husbandry may seem like a tempting idea at first – especially for the beginner. However, smart preppers and experienced poultry farmers understand the importance of clean water in raising healthy and safe-for-eating chickens. This was recently validated with an experimental study published in OnLine Journal of Biological Sciences, which looked at the impact of drinking water on poultry health and performance. In the study, two flocks of 10 chicks were separated and evaluated. Both groups were maintained in the same poultry barn in the Hamma Bouziane district in Algeria and were given standard food in similar conditions. One group was … [Read more...] about Chickens that drink untreated water don’t grow as fast as poultry given clean water