Asked in Houseplants, Home & Garden
What characteristic of ampalaya plants protect them from their enemies?
Ampalaya plants have a strong odor and bitter taste.
Asked in Food & Cooking
What can you do to make bitter food not taste bitter?
Well, I'm not sure it's possible but you can add a very strong sweetener, like stevia, which is 300x sweeter than sugar. ...
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Asked in Tea
What does chamomile tea taste like?
Chamomile tea has a unique flavor that is hard to describe. Chamomile tea is from a flower in the daisy family, and thus has an aroma similar to other flowers in this same family. It is also often described as being fruity or suggesting fruit slightly. It can have a bitter aftertaste, especially if brewed strongly, although it is not bitter up front the way strong black tea or coffee is. Sometimes it is mildly sour as well. The best way to answer...
Asked in Health, Alternative Medicine, Tea
What is gobyab tea?
Bitter Melon is the English name for Gobyab. Gobyab is from the gourd family. Its flesh is used in Asian cooking and a tea or broth for cooking can be made from dried bitter melon. The tea is very mild and does not have a strong bitter flavour. In traditional Chinese medicine, bitter melon can be used to aid digestion and lower blood sugar. ...
Asked in Writing: Characters and Dialogue
What is a good name for a character in a book he is strong and bitter He may be black I'm not sure?
Here are some good links -- if you're going to be a writer you need to learn how to name your own characters. Marion means sea of bitterness Aaron means strong, exalted Ethan means firm, strong Will means strong-willed warrior Peter means rock Oxygen means acid forming aka bitter. Balsamic is a form of vinegar. ...
Asked in Planet Saturn, The Moon
Does Saturn have a strong or weaker gravity than earth?
Slightly stronger surface gravity.
Asked in Chemistry, Elements and Compounds
Is 1.0M NaOH polar If so highly slightly or somewhat?
This solution is a strong electrolyte.