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The seasonal treat of Pumpkin Pie is associated with the holidays, celebrations, family gatherings and positive memories.
Big corporations exploit a persuasion tactic called the principle of scarcity, when the ‘limited time’ offering becomes a compelling factor for the consumers to act fast or miss the deal.
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A persuasive factor highlighted in this craze is the Bandwagon Effect, where the popularity and social craze of a particular product (similar to the tulip craze) causes a frenzy among everyone to ‘get with it’ and appear hip and cool.
Every Fall, there are ‘limited edition’ offerings of Pumpkin Spice pies, lattes and even Kit Kats.
The ingredients of Pumpkin Spice are usually nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, ginger and other spices. These spices have certain chemicals that have sedative and relaxing effects if taken in small ...
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Without a doubt, ginger is the best stomach woe cure. Taken in any form, it will relieve nausea.
Try ginger tea, gingerbread, or gingersnaps. If you're traveling, take along ginger sticks or crystallized ginger instead of travel sickness pills or patc...
Garam masala is a Hindi word, when translated is known as a hot mixture. Every region in India has different varieties of garam masala. Garam masala is a mixture of masalas that are mixed to prepare spicy dishes in Indian cuisine. It is also used in Pakistan and other South Asian countries. Accor...
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“Pantry” is an antique word with an eternal logic: Cooking is simpler and faster when you already have the ingredients.
Our definition of pantry encompasses refrigerator, freezer and cupboard, so you can make entire meals with “p...
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