Seed Treatment - A Solution to Protect High Quality Seeds "B-300 could potentially be applied to more than 90 million acres by 2025, and become one of the biggest biological products in the agriculture industry", says Colin Bletsky, Novozymes' vice president for The BioAg Alliance. Colin was talking about a new microbial, namely Acceleron B-300 SAT, that Novozymes (in partnership with Monsanto) has launched; this microbial will be applied to all of Monsanto's new corn seeds sold in the United States. Microbials represent about two-thirds of the market for agricultural biological products.
Top Pakistani Dishes to Try Pakistan just like any other South Asian country is famous for its great food. From hot and spicy foods to delicious desserts Pakistan offers a wide variety of food. Food lovers from all over the world should try their delicious Biryani.
Vinegar - The Acid We Love One of the oldest commodities in history is vinegar. Not only is it used in cooking and food preparation, but its cleansing and healing properties are legion. It lead the way for our favorite condiments and helped homemakers before cleaning products were invented. Both the ancient Chinese and Eqyptians claim its creation. But whoever takes credit, we're thankful.
Bagels and Their Cousin Bialys Are you a bagel fan or a bialy fan? There are definitely two camps. Bagels are far more popular than their cousin the bialy, and in many regions of the U.S. you may be hard-pressed to even find bialys. Both breads can trace their history back to the Jewish neighborhoods in Poland. They have come a long way since their plain days and have taken on a variety of flavors, usually eaten with cream cheese. A popular breakfast food, they hold up well and can easily be eaten on the run. There is no question that bagels are an American favorite, and they have spawned an entire industry of specialty shops and bakeries. Clearly, you don't have to be Jewish.
Please Pass the Mustard Mustard has been enjoyed for centuries and is the second most popular condiment in the U.S. Although it was created in Europe, Americans have embraced it as a necessary topping for hotdogs, hamburgers and sandwiches. There are endless varieties and flavors to choose from, and its history may surprise you.
Taco Catering, Cheese and Tacos: What Are the "Rules"? It's true that tacos in Mexico are authentically made with certain indigenous cheeses. But with such a dynamic and adaptable dish there are few rules. Something to acknowledge upfront is that cuisine - particularly food that has traveled from its original culture to elsewhere - resists restraint and social convention.