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A KOREAN ELIXIR
This week at Fine Dining Lovers we dove right into the world of Makgeolli, a creamy and sweet Korean unfiltered rice alcoholic drink. It's fermented and contains a wealth of healthy bacteria.
Although this fine beverage is made from rice it is not to be confused with sake. Check out our tasty recipe and the differences with Japanese sake.
From Korean Makgeolli we turned our attention to biodiversity. What exactly is biodiversity? Why does it matter? What can we do about it?
To find the answers to all of these questions and understand how biodiversity affects countries like India, Peru and Papua New Guinea read our in-depth article on this fascinating topic.
ARTICHOKES FROM A TO Z
Did you know that artichoke beer exists? Or that eating artichoke is extremely beneficial to your liver? What about the fact that Jerusalem ''artichokes" aren't really artichokes at all?
Find out more fun facts in our ode to artichokes.