Month: June 2016

Eat Better, Live Better, Feel Better
Book Reviews

Eat Better, Live Better, Feel Better

The author suffered terrible pains caused by a herniated disk. Doctors said that they could operate to relieve at least some of the discomfort but there was no guarantee. She then discovered the alkaline –style life which healed her completely. The narrative explains how she gradually converted to an alkaline-style […]

Deliciously Ella
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Deliciously Ella

Deliciously Ella Every Day is an inspiring book full of new , imaginative, and ingenious recipes to promote health, and a live a happy life. The author suffered chronic postural tachycardia, and cured it by sticking to a diet free of gluten, dairy, refined sugars, processed foods, additives and meat. […]

The Armenians in Modern Turkey
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The Armenians in Modern Turkey

Talin Suciyan, received her PhD at Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, where she currently teaches a course titled Near and Middle Eastern Studies. During the Armenian genocide of 1915, over one million Armenians perished at the hands of Ottoman gendarmes and various other so called security agencies. Up to that […]

What is Government Good at
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What is Government Good at?

The author, a professor of Universite de Moncton (New Brunswick) has authored numerous books on governments- how decisions are made, offices created, structured, and managed. The narrative explains in great detail how, and at what level decisions are made, passed up and down the command chain, and funded. He ahs […]

Rubs
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Rubs

Any nation with a love for grilling loves to use marinades and rubs. Both enhance the flavour of foods, tenderize them and make them more palatable. Any mixture of ground spices made for the purpose of being rubbed on food before cooking is called a rub. The spice forms a […]

The History of Wine
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The History of Wine in 100 Bottles

The History of Wine in 100 Bottles, an oeuvre of prolific English wine writer Oz Clarke, tells the story succinctly and well, with appropriate illustrations that support the topic. The narrative begins 6000 B.C with Georgia or rather where Georgia is located today. Generally, the Caucasus (Georgia and Armenia) is […]