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There are so many cuisines to choose from and millions of opinions on which one is the best. It makes sense to ask the people and allow consensus to decide. There are many flavors, tastes, and traditions available. Some will say it’s Chinese, while others will proclaim that it’s Thai or Mexican food. There is often […]

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Many of us spend our time at the office arguing about where we would like to live. We also discuss the best places to eat, from the traditional to the more exotic. We decided to combine these two ideas and present our top ten global food choices. Jerk Chicken It is not known that the […]

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Which Asian cuisine is the best? It is almost impossible to separate them. It’s almost like choosing your favorite child. However, it’s far more difficult than that because there is no right answer. How can you determine which Asian country produces the best cuisine? How can you compare the Japanese ramen to the Chinese hand-pulled noodles? How can you compare […]

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Triglycerides is a type fat found in the blood. They are an essential part of the organism when they are at the right levels. These fats are responsible for energy generation but can also lead to serious cardiovascular disease and other health problems. If this fat is not burned, it can build up in the bloodstream. This can have unpleasant consequences and we need […]

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Sep

The Best Food Sources for Big Woods Whitetails

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I remember watching whitetail hunters hunt big food plots in the great outdoors for years. It was a wonderful experience, and one of my favorite memories was when I thought how fortunate they were to have such food sources. As I grew up, I became more obsessed with hunting whitetails in the woods. Although there […]

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24

Sep

A List Of 10 Everyday Fermented Foods

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When it comes to fruits and vegetables, freshest does not always mean healthiest. Sometimes fermented is better. Fermentation is one of the oldest culinary methods, dating back to thousands of years. It’s especially alive in the East where the Japanese and Koreans have been fermenting food for many generations. It is also responsible for some […]

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24

Sep

Easy Homemade Bread Recipes – Yeast-free Bread

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Are you having difficulty kneading because of a lack of yeast? Three easy yeast-free bread recipes have been selected. They use ingredients from your pantry like flour, sugar and bicarbonate soda. Traditional favorites like Australian damper bread, Irish soda bread, and flaky flatbread have all survived the test of time. Don’t worry, if you still want […]

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24

Sep

Food Mythbusters Sealing Meat In Juices

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You’ve probably read that meat must be “sealed” before it can be properly grilled. It is important to sear the meat on both sides and then cook it at a lower temperature. Boiling meat should be done in the same way. First, soak the meat in boiling water. Then wait for the water to boil […]

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We have been repeatedly told that vegetable should be consumed raw. This is because they retain their nutrients and are healthier raw than cooked . For years, we’ve been eating a lot of salads, tomatoes, carrots, and celery, without ever stepping foot in a pot or pan. Are vegetables healthier when cooked or raw? Today, […]

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24

Sep

Sustainable Tables Silo Fights Against Food Waste

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Chef Douglas Macmaster seeks a deeper connection between his work in the kitchen, and the environment around him. He has been a leader in a movement that has taken the restaurant industry by storm. Today’s discussion on sustainability in restaurants will focus on issues such as food waste reduction, direct trade and other environmental-related issues. Much […]

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