Month: August 2017

Peanuts and allergy!

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A study has discovered that oral treatment for peanut allergy is still effective four years after it was administered.

Children were reportedly given a probiotic, with a peanut protein, daily for 18 months. When tested one month later, 80 percent was said to be able to tolerate peanuts without any allergic symptoms.

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Dry fish vegetable porridge!

This type of porridge is common amongst the South East, South South Nigerians.

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Gourmet Guide on Unilag Radio 103.1FM Unveils Maiden Edition of Food Magazine ‘Gourmet Guide’!

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Cutting the cake!

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Gourmet Guide on Unilag Radio 103.1FM celebrates World Food DAY 2016 and launches 2nd Edition of Food Magazine!

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Asaro Elepo [simple yam porridge]

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Asaro elepo is a simple but common porridge recipe relished by the Yoruba in  most south western states in Nigeria .

Plenty of palm oil and seasonings are usually used for this food and after preparation, the yam is cooked in a way that it melts – that’s why its called porridge.

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Yam is a root vegetable that is rich in carbohydrate and starch. This new yam season is Nigeria, coupled with the rainny season, the avalanche of assorted vegetables makes it possible to prepare this simple meal! Enjoy your meal!

Recipe for 5 servings:

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Yam is a household name in Nigeria  and it is reffered to as one of the popular staple foods widely consumed by Nigerians.

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It is a preferred source of carbohydrate and income for millions of people in the country.

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Jollof Rice and Exciting Pictures!

Waoh, jollof is very important to any Nigerian! The demand for this jollof rice recipe has been overwhelming, since we celebrated World Jollof Rice Day and  this is why I decided to post this! Enjoy it!

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Nigerian Universities of agric to return to Ministry of Agriculture!

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The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Audu Ogbeh, has assured  lecturers and students engaged in non-agricultural studies in the three universities of agriculture that their careers will not be jeopardised.


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Fortification of foods in Nigeria and the sub-Saharan Africa!

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Stakeholders in the food processing sector and development agencies have  reportedly strategized on measures to improve local processing of fortified foods in Nigeria and the sub-Saharan African region.
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Thiis is following the success achieved in the fortification of some processed food products like salt, cooking oil, cereal flour and wheat flour.
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Leveraging  on  Strengthening African Processors of Fortified Foods (SAPFF), a four-year initiative by TechnoServe and Partners in Food Solutions (PFS) to support local food processors in producing more fortified foods to combat malnutrition, the stakeholders note that food fortification remains one of the cost effective interventions that can be used for development.
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Speaking at the unveiling of the project in Lagos, recently, the Minister of Trade and Investment Okechukwu Enelamah said there is a need for government and local processors to collaborate to achieve the objectives of the project.

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