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    I only had a one in a million chance of finding my ring which I dropped into the lake.

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    Health benefits of bamboo include treating wounds and ulcers due to its antibacterial properties. Bamboo juice is particularly helpful for ulcers. If you are looking for a healthy and low calorie option then bamboo shoots are definitely your answer! With numerous health benefits to boast of, bamboo is a tender, perennially green shoot which is also the fastest growing plants in the world. Bamboo shoots, or bamboo sprouts, are young stems that are harvested before they turn two weeks old and reach a height of 30 cm. Crispy and crunchy, bamboo shoots are valued for their delightfully supple texture and rich aroma. Native to Asia, bamboo shoots form an essential ingredient in the kitchens of China, India, Nepal, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Japan and Uganda. The edible bamboo shoots are of two varieties winter and spring.

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