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People around the world eat banana peels

    Did you know that in many parts of the world people eat banana peels? What is so appealing about banana peels anyway? Here are a few benefits.
    12% of your daily fiber, which helps with digestion and may help lower your risk of diabetes
    17% of your vitamin C, which is important for your immune system as well as growth and development
    20% of your vitamin B-6, which aids the body’s ability to convert food into energy
    12% of your potassium, which helps in development of cells, tissues, and organs throughout the body
    8% of your magnesium, which is important for the body’s energy productions and regulating glucose and blood pressure levels

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    What does M&M’s really stand for?

      M&M’s stands for Mars and Murrie. Forrest E. Mars Sr. was the founder of the Mars Company and Bruce Murrie was the son of Hershey Chocolate’s founder. The patented chocolate candies were created in 1941.

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      Who created Hawaiian pizza?

        Believe it or not, the Hawaiian pizza was created by a Canadian? Unholy by pizza purists, this pizza found its way to many menus since it was created in 1962 by Sam Panopoulos, who was born in Greece and moved to Canada when he was 20. The Southwestern Ontario creation was named Hawaiian pizza after the brand of canned pineapple used for the pizza. Traditionally it is combined with ham as a contrast to the pineapple sweetness.

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        What does Heinz 57 varieties stand for?

          Ever wonder what Heinz 57 varieties stands for on your ketchup bottle? In the infancy of the company, the H. J. Heinz Company created the advertising slogan “57 Varieties of Pickles.” Over the years it has come to mean anything that is made from a large number of parts or origins.

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          Who created the first pretzel?

            Many believe it was created in 610 A.D. by an Italian monk who wanted to reward children for saying their prayers. It derives to the word “pretiolas” which means little rewards.

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            Tito’s American Mule Bears

              In some parts of the world you have to be over 21 to eat these liquor based gummy bears. They are made from Tito’s Handmade Vodka and a splash of real ginger beer. That should kick a wallop in your taste buds.

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              Taco Croissant: New food fad ready to conquer the world

                Remember the cronut? Are you ready for the taco croissant? Introducing the Tacros! The culprit bakery that unleashed this monstrosity is Vive La Tarte in San Francisco. It will set you back $12.00 for the taco croissant. We will see if this fad will catch on. A bit pricey but so was the cronut.

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                Wake and Cake: Eat cake for breakfast

                  According to Loblaws eating cake in the morning will be a new trend in 2018. Their reasoning is quite simple, eat cake in the morning and work it off in the entire day. They are not saying you should eat cake each day. It would be better to eat it in the morning so that your body has the whole day to work it off as opposed when you eat cake before going to bed. The occasional indulgence should not do any harm. So get ready to wake and cake, this will a term you will be hearing a bit more often in the following months.

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                  Sweet nothings: Baileys New Strawberries & Cream

                    Valentine’s Day brings out limited gimmicky brands of your favorite foods. Baileys and other liquor companies are no strangers to the owner of the lonely heart who wants a little je ne sais quoi to spice up their chances in the game of love. Baileys Strawberries & Cream is currently available through April — or while supplies last.