A lot of people ask me, “Can you eat strawberry leaves?” Well, I don’t know since I usually discard the leaves when I’m eating the fruit.
When a friend told me that there are some benefits hidden in the leaves, I decided to delve into the question further before I give it a try.
Thanks to the Internet, I have gathered all the information I needed. If you want to know them by detail, keep reading.
Ever heard of the low-fat raw vegan diet? Well, you’re not alone. Just like you, I’m quite familiar with the tenets of this form of diet.
I got interested in this type of diet when my friend told me about the positive results it contributed to her overall health. She has been following the diet religiously for about two months and I can witness her new youthful vitality.
If you’re curious to know what it is, check out the information I gathered below.
Everyone loves strawberries! I have yet to meet someone who doesn’t like this awesome fruit at all. Of course, other people would have fruits that they love more, but strawberries have never been on anyone’s hate list as far as I know.
The way you can eat it on its own, or with cream, as a smoothie or any other type of dessert makes it easy to appeal to most people. But nowadays, people want to become healthier and strawberries are one of those fruits that often come with a couple of leaves still attached to the head of the fruit. Ever wondered whether or not are strawberry leaves edible? Find out now!
cIf you’re anything like me, then you must have asked yourself this question, “Can you eat Portobello mushrooms raw?” I was bothered by this question after tasting a delicious Portobello mushroom salad one day. I tried to ask my friends about it but none of them have given me a convincing answer.
Since I am the type of person that won’t give up in getting answers, I spent a lot of time researching online. What I discovered really made me proud of myself. If you want to know the answer and more facts about Portobello mushrooms, check out the rest of the article below.
There are very few fruits that I am actually fond of eating and grapes are one of them. I can go a month without any fruit in my diet, but the moment I have grapes in my fridge, I simply can’t seem to stop opening my fridge to grab some of them to munch on.
There are times though when I end up getting the seeded variety rather than the seedless ones and I find it rather annoying having to get the seeds out. Question to ponder, can you eat grape seeds without having to worry about it?