There should not be such a thing as knowing too much, especially when it comes to the foods we consume on a daily basis, and this gives us a constant need to keep you updated on various facts as regards food. Everyone eats food, so everyone needs to know about what they are eating.

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Apples can float

Apples are made of 25% air that is why they float.

Apples have taste mates

Apples, onions, and potatoes all have the same taste? Try the test: Pinch your nose and take a bite out of each.

Avocado has high protein.

Avocado has the highest protein and oil content of all fruits, but most of this is the healthier unsaturated type.

Beer 1

Beer drunk with dinner works better than drinking red wine, gin or sparkling mineral water in controlling homocysteine, a blood factor that promotes heart disease by boosting blood levels of vitamin B6.

Beer 2

Beer is a popular ingredient in batter for deep fried foods since the protein in beer provides browning and produces a light, crisp, dry batter when cooked.


Biscuit is a word derived from Latin via Middle French and means “twice cooked”.

Black eyed peas

Black-eyed peas are really beans. Who knew?


Blenders were invented by Stephen Poplawski when in 1922. He became the first person to put a spinning blade at the bottom of a small electric appliance to make Horlick’s malted milk shakes.

Brown sugar

Brown sugar is either an unrefined or partially refined soft sugar with some residual molasses or produced by the addition of molasses to refined white sugar.


Cabbage is 91% water. It’s why you won’t stop hearing how much you should eat salad if you’re trying to lose some extra pounds.

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