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Eat Asian Eat Healthy

Many people believe that people in Asia eat a healthier diet than people in other parts of the planet. Numerous foods considered as “superfoods” come from traditional Asian diets, such as kimchi, seaweeds, and green tea. Asia is big, so it covers a lot of territories, both in a geographical and culinary sense. Therefore, there isn’t a single “Asian diet,” but there is definitely a common eating pattern among traditional Asian foods. Almost all traditional Asian diets consist of rice, vegetables, noodles, strong spices, fruits, herbs tofu and soy products, as well as seafood in coastal areas. 

So, how is Asian food better than other food in many parts of the world, especially the United States? Let’s take a look at the typical food consumed in both Asia (particularly Southeast and East Asia) and in the United States for comparison.


Asia: white rice, rice porridge, sticky rice, pickled vegetables, seaweed, vegetable buns, bread, tofu, soymilk.

The US: cereal with milk, ham, cheese, eggs, bagel with butter or cream cheese, pancakes, toast, waffles, croissants, sausage, donuts, coffee.


Asia: white rice with small portions of vegetables, meat, or fish, a variation of noodles (stir-fried or soup), wrapped rice in

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There’s no Shortage of Dining Options in Sydney

Surrounded by world heritage sites and glorious beaches, Sydney is a cosmopolitan city that will charm every visitor. To complete its charm, the city is also packed with amazing restaurants, from cheap eats to fine dining. With so many restaurants, it may feel like your stay in Sydney is not long enough to try everything. If you want to try the best fine dining experience in Sydney, the following list may help narrow down your search. 

Aria Restaurant Sydney

Type of Food: Australian, Contemporary, Vegetarian-Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten-Free Options

Menu: Lunch, Dinner, Late Night

Prices: $$$$

Dress code: Smart Casual

Opening Hours: 12.00 PM – 14.15 PM and 17.30 PM – 22.30 PM

Location: 1 Macquarie St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Aria is one of the finest restaurants in Australia. Its unparalleled location and full-length windows offer the best views of the Sydney Opera House and Harbor Bridge. The owners, Matt Moran and Bruce Solomon, along with Executive Chef Joel Bickford, have successfully amazed visitors with their award-winning menu. Since it opened in 1999, Aria has been awarded 35 Good Food Guide chef hats. Since 2013, the restaurant has held two hats each year. They have everything for everyone,

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There’s no Shortage of Dining Options in Tokyo

Tokyo is not only full of culture, modern infrastructure, and fun but also wonderful food. We can all agree that Japanese food is one of the best food in the world. There are so many food types in Japan that it can be confusing for some people to decide on what to eat. From its street foods to its fine dining restaurants, every flavor will give you a unique and unforgettable experience. However, in this article, we’re going to talk about some of the best restaurants in the city. Let us introduce you to the three finest restaurants in Tokyo that will make you scream “Oishi!” (means delicious in Japanese)  

Ginza Kojyu

Type of Food: Japanese

Menu: Sushi, Kaiseki

Prices: $$$$

Dress code: Smart Casual

Opening Hours: 12.00 PM – 1.00 PM and 18.00 PM – 21.30 PM

Location: 5 Chome-4-8 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0061, Japan

Located in the heart of the upscale neighborhood of Ginza, Ginza Koyju is a three Michelin-starred restaurant that will give its customers a remarkable kaiseki experience. Kaiseki is a traditional Japanese multi-course and haute cuisine. The restaurant sits on the fourth floor of an office building, but there’s nothing business-like about it. Owned

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There’s no shortage of Dining Options in Bangkok

Bangkok is famous for its gastronomic scene. The city is filled with dining options, which can be a little overwhelming at times. From street food to fine dining restaurants, you will surely be spoilt for choice. Although most people come to the city to try its delicious street foods, there are also many fine dining options that will delight your taste buds. Here are some of the best restaurants in the capital city of Thailand that you should definitely try. 


Type of Food: International

Menu: European, American, Vegetarian-Friendly with Vegan Options and Gluten-Free Options

Prices: $$$$

Dress code: Casual

Opening Hours: 5.30 PM – 12.00 AM

Location: N Sathon Rd, Sathorn, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand

Located in a three-story building in Sathorn, Bunker Bangkok serves refined international cuisine. The restaurant believes in strong flavors; their pasta is rich, their cured foie gras is creamy, and their salads are served partially raw. Although the menu is small, everything in it is a must-try. From appetizers to desserts, every dish is beautifully presented. Something that is always on Bunker’s menu is fresh oysters, which are selected from Tasmania, Washington, and Galway. The Galway oysters are served on a bed of

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Eat What You Love In Thailand

From time immemorial, Thailand is home to an array of food delicacies. Because of its many delicious cuisines, it is difficult to say in a split second, the best of Thai dishes. 

Not only are the foods pleasing to taste, but they are also rich in nutrients. For those who do not care whether a food is beneficial to the body, it is a case of eating what you love in abundance. But for the health-conscious type, there is a need to be selective of the food and level of consumption measured to ensure healthy eating.

Unlike in the West, the Thais eat fresh foods. From Khao Man Gai (chicken and rice), and Thai chili to Pla Nueng Manao (poached fish with lime). These are healthy to eat. Take a look below at some healthy cuisines to consume and dishes to avoid in Thailand.


  • Tom Yum Goong Nam Sigh (Hot and sour soup)

If you are monitoring your calorie intake and wish to have a light carbohydrate dish laced with heavy protein in mind, hot sour soup fits the bill. To ensure the soup is low in calory and carbohydrate, Tom Yum Nam Kan’s version of hot

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8 Restaurants You Must Visit In Phuket

Phuket Island is situated along the clear waters of the western seashore. The island has many seaside resorts, coastal beach restaurants, and spa. Phuket is famous for its white sands, glittering waters, snoozing palm trees and attractive and awesome town areas. There are around 30 amazing beaches in Phuket to enjoy if you are planning a long visit, Kamala beach, Kata beach, Patong Beach, and Karon beach are some of the popular beaches in the city, the north of the island has some secret hideaways for travelers searching for a more romantic and peaceful atmosphere.

Ways to choose the best restaurant

  • Do market research before planning for a trip to Phuket. Make a list of restaurants which serve different ranges of food from Thai, Chinese, to Indian dishes. You can get both Vegetarian and non-vegetarian foods in most restaurants.
  • Check the price details of the different food items and make a comparison of price value among the popular restaurants. You will be able to plan a budget limit to ensure that menu prices do not exceed your budget.
  • Also, check out the layout and furnishings of the restaurant. Some restaurants have great menus, the restaurant may be tight in space
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Cannabis Infused Drinks, a Brief Introduction

Cannabis infused drinks have become popular in recent times and many beverage companies, beer giants and other cool drinks company started to keep an eye on the Cannabis market. Several of them are interested and have signed deals with the Canadian Producers.

Are you aware of CBD or know what is CBD?

CBD is a phytocannabinoid is a natural compound found in the plants of Cannabis species.

What is it composed of?

Cannabis infused drinks contain the main ingredient of the weed called CBD, a non-psychoactive element, tetrahydrocannabinol(THC), or even both.  Many people often misinterpret between hemp, marijuana, and cannabis, thinking all are used to make the same drink. However, all three are different from each other. Cannabis is an infused drink prepared either from the plant of Marijuana or Hemp.  Both are different plants but belongs to the same Cannabis family. Both plants look entirely different and need different growing conditions. However, the most noteworthy difference amongst the two plants is in the chemical compounds or cannabinoids they possess.

What’s the actual difference?

The plants which belong to the cannabis family contains a wide range of chemicals and compounds. Marijuana contains a high level of Tetrahydrocannabinol(THC), the most chemical

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Cannabis Infused Foods, an Insight

In recent times, Cannabis has become legal within several states and the industry is about to widen its market across the globe. Though, it is accepted legally, the marketing of these products need an adequate measure to promote as they enter into new markets. If there are clear marketing channels, one can reach the product easily, but in the case of Marijuana product, the marketing channels are yet to be developed.

Despite these obstacles, Cannabis popularity has gained the attention of the Food manufacturers and will enter into various foods in the upcoming years. Presence of THC and CBD in Cannabis has many health benefits and can be manufactured into a number of products.

What is CBD or THC?

  • CBD is extracted from the cannabis plants especially from the hemp. The various forms of CBD used to manufacture different products like gels, gummies, oils, supplements, and a few others.
  • THC can be consumed by smoking marijuana and one can experience the high sensation because of the presence of a psychoactive compound.  It is widely available in the form of oils, capsules, tinctures and more.

Different types of food:

Marijuana edibles are prepared using either marijuana or marijuana oils and these

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Top 10 street foods of the world

Street food is the best, when you are travelling abroad. It gives you a feel of the place. You get in touch with the people. Furthermore, the food is inexpensive too. Does street food get a global reputation? Some of them indeed do. From the tacos in Mexico to hot dogs in New York to Pani Puri of India, they are known worldwide. Let’s look into top 10 street foods from around the world.

Nasi Goreng, Indonesia

Nasi Goreng is fried rice which contains onions, garlic, tamarind, chilly and soy sauce. In 2011, it was ranked the 2nd best street food in CNN poll. With $2 per servings, it’s served on thin plate or paper.

Pani Puri, India

One of the best street foods across the world is Indian Pani puri. Its twin variety, Bhel puri is quite popular as well. Mumbai will be the best place to try these dishes. The menu changes entirely when you travel hundred miles away.

Sambusas, Kenya

Sambuasas tempt you to find its connection with the Indian Samosa. These are made of baked pastry with a filling. It can contain spiced potatoes, lentils, onions, peas and sometimes meat too. They are very popular