The Top 3 Most Expensive Food in the World

glorious food! It does not take much to make a man happy. Just give him a bagel for breakfast, maybe pizza for lunch, then, a heavy steak dinner with some mushrooms, cantaloupes and watermelon fruit on the side. If you have money, however, you can have the real costly versions of all these food. Here now is a list of the top 10 most expensive foods in the world.

1. MATTAKE OR MATSUTAKE MUSHROOMS – $1,000

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The mattake, or matsutake, mushroom is the most expensive mushroom in the world today. This is a highly coveted mycorrhizal mushroom that can be found in Asia, North America and Europe, particularly in Japan, China, Korea, the United States, Canada, Finland and Sweden. The most popular is the one associated with the Japanese Red Pine. It is usually hidden under fallen leaves on the forest floor. While simple to harvest, it is extremely hard to find. The annual harvest in Japan is less than a thousand tons only.

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Barack Obama’s brother slams him and Hillary Clinton on Twitter, says he will vote for Trump

US President, Barack Obama’s brother Malik Obama announced that he has been verified on Twitter and took several digs at his half brother, Barack, he called him a liar and claimed that Barack mistreated his mother when she visited the White House. He also accused Hillary Clinton and her campaign of lying and deceiving the American people. Asking people to vote for Trump. Read his tweets below…

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OPEC facing its ‘hardest’ times in history

OPEC produces about 35% of crude oil globally.
OPEC produces about 35% of crude oil globally.

OPEC is at its hardest stage in history as oil producing members are struggling to build consensus around the need to trim production and stabilize the market, its chief Mohammed Barkindo says. 

“OPEC has gone through good times and conditions for more than half a century and hard ones too, and the current stage is the hardest one,” Barkindo said in Baghdad on Tuesday.

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3 teas you should be drinking and 3 teas you shouldn’t

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These days, pretty much any beverage made by throwing some herbs into water gets described as “tea.” If you believe everything you’re told, you might be convinced that tea is a magic elixir, offering health and vitality to all who partake. And while with good tea, that reputation is almost entirely deserved, it definitely doesn’t apply to some pretenders to the throne. To clear up the confusion, here are some teas you should be drinking, and a few you shouldn’t

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US Empire falling apart, partially due to allegiance to Israel: Writer

Many countries are distancing from the American Empire because it is “falling apart”, partially due to its “continued allegiance” to Israel, according to Linh Dinh, an American political analyst and writer based in Philadelphia.

“The United States is a failing empire that causes war and chaos. Many countries are starting to see this, so they are rethinking their association with the United States,” Dinh said in an interview with Press TV on Saturday.

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Trump may not accept result of ‘rigged’ presidential election

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US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has challenged the legitimacy of American democracy, declaring that he might not accept the results of the November 8 presidential election if there is evidence it was rigged.

“I will look at it at the time. I’m not looking at anything now,” Trump said on Wednesday night in the city of Las Vegas in Nevada during his final presidential debate with Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton.

“The media is so dishonest and so corrupt and the pile-on is so amazing, The New York Times wrote an article about it. They don’t even care, it’s so dishonest, they’ve poisoned the minds of the voters, but unfortunately for them, I think the voters are seeing through it,” he added. Continue reading “Trump may not accept result of ‘rigged’ presidential election”

UK spying agencies collected Britons’ data for 17 years: Says Court

The UK spying agencies's collection and holding of personal data breached people’s right to privacy. (Photo via The Guardian)
The UK spying agencies’s collection and holding of personal data breached people’s right to privacy. (Photo via The Guardian)

UK spying agencies secretly and unlawfully collected and stored personal data of Britons for 17 years, according to a court ruling.

MI5, MI6 and GCHQ collected data on everyone’s communications between 1998 and 2015, according to the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, the watchdog for intelligence agencies.   Continue reading “UK spying agencies collected Britons’ data for 17 years: Says Court”

Russian troops land in Egypt for first ever bilateral military drill in Africa (photos)

In a first-of-its-kind move, Russian airborne units have arrived Egypt where they will participate in a joint military drill with the host country. The drill, codenamed “Defenders of Friendship 2016” kicked off yesterday and will last till October 26.   Continue reading “Russian troops land in Egypt for first ever bilateral military drill in Africa (photos)”

PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF BODY WEIGHT

One study showed that people who did nothing but add fresh fruits and veggies to their diets lost weight when compared with a control group of people who made no changes. The reason for this is that fresh fruits and veggies are filling, low in calories, and high in nutrients. One theory about cravings ties them to nutritional shortages. Eating your fruits and veggies can actually tame that sugar monkey you’re carrying around. Continue reading “PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF BODY WEIGHT”

WikiLeaks emails reveal Clinton’s strategy to woo ‘needy Latinos’

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign rally at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts on October 12, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by AFP)
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign rally at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts on October 12, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by AFP)

New documents posted online by the whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks reveal some of the inner workings and campaign strategy of US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, including a policy to court “needy Latinos.”

The latest batch of WikiLeaks emails are from Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta, which make up almost 2,000 emails and is the fourth batch released by WikiLeaks.

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