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How to open the oysters

How to open oysters: instructions on how to open oysters with or without an oyster knife (tool to open them). How to open oysters in a pan or raw. Useful tips for opening oysters without creating dust and calcareous debris that would end up dirtying the pulp.How to open oysters: tool for opening oysters the really essential blades are two: the knife to fillet the fish (it has a thin and very flexible blade) and the knife to open the oysters!
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Lemon balm essential oil

Lemon balm essential oil: properties, natural remedies and indications on uses. Lemon balm essential oil for internal use, what it is used for and when to take it. Melissa officinalis Everyone has heard of the properties of lemon balm, a herbaceous species used to calm anxiety and for personal care. In aromatherapy and in phytotherapy in general, lemon balm is considered a real cure-all for the mind.
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Sheep's milk, characteristics and nutritional properties

For centuries, humans have been milking sheep and enjoying the unique benefits of their milk. A habit that has been concentrated, for millennia, especially in the Mediterranean countries, which remain the largest producers of sheep's milk in the world. But why? In short, sheep's milk is extremely rich in nutrients compared to other commercially available types of milk.
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What to plant in June

What to plant in June in the vegetable garden or in the garden. The list of all the horticultural plants to sow or plant in June, in view of the summer season.In the month of June, in the garden, you have a lot of things to do: you have to sow and transplant different horticultural species in order to prepare for the summer harvests!
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How to replace saffron, the taste of gold

Saffron is by far the most expensive spice in the world. The flower that dresses the best dishes of Mediterranean cuisine in gold and that, like so many other things, was brought to the West by the Arabs, who introduced it to Spain as early as the 9th century, is very expensive, by force. Saffron is obtained from the stigmas of the pistils of a flower that has to be picked by hand; Each flower, of a plant related to lilies called Crocus sativum, has only three stigmas.
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