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The 7 Food Safety Tips You Need In Your Kitchen

By Michael B. / April 25, 2019

Most conscientious cooks use common sense when preparing or storing food. But common sense in food preparation doesn’t just happen- it is learned. This learning happens and when we forget where we learned it, we call it common sense. Here are just a few pointers to refresh and reinforce your common sense as you are […]

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Waging War on Trans Fats

By Michael B. / April 10, 2019

Trans fats are in the news a lot these days because a new regulation requiring that they be included on food nutrition labels is now in effect. Trans fats are created when liquid oils are made into solids by a process called partial hydrogenation. This increases shelf life and flavor stability, but at the cost […]

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Cooking With Eggs: The Rundown

By Andrew J. / March 19, 2019

Eggs are a staple in the American kitchen. They can be cooked alone: boiled, poached, fried, scrambled. They can be used in baking, for things like batters and cakes. Alternatively, you can use eggs to thicken sauces or to lighten and fluff up dishes. But how much do you actually know about eggs? Chances are, […]

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6 Quick Tips To Get Your Diet Back On Track

By Michael B. / March 6, 2019

1: Go Whole Grain Consume three or more 1oz. servings of whole-grain products per day, along with three servings of enriched grains. Whole grains can reduce the risk of heart disease, and fiber promotes healthy bowel function. 2: Eat Calcium-Rich Foods Calcium protects our bones and helps our heart to beat, our blood to clot, […]

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Stock Up On These Cancer-Preventing Superfoods Today

By Michael B. / February 22, 2019

As the nation’s second most deadly disease, cancer brings with it several risk factors. Therefore, it’s logical that we take a good look at the foods we’re eating, and start introducing nutrient-rich foods that are known to help reduce the cancer risk. A diet rich in fiber, vegetables, and fruits, including juices made from 100 […]

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How To Cut and Clean Your Fresh Caught Fish

By Andrew J. / February 12, 2019

These days, many cooks (professional and amateur) often avoid taking on fresh fish; the cleaning and filleting process is a little scary to them. Fortunately though, the process of cleaning and filleting fresh fish is relatively simple once the steps are understood.   To begin, you must clean your fresh fish properly in order to […]

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Kick Sugar From Your Diet With This Healthy Alternative

By Andrew J. / January 30, 2019

Honey can be challenging to cook with, though, for several reasons. So many people don’t cook with it because they don’t know how. But once you know how to use honey in your favorite kitchen creations, it’s not hard at all to use. The first challenge that honey presents is that it burns more easily […]

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The One Survival Component You Truly Can’t Live Without

By Andrew J. / January 18, 2019

The human body can last weeks without food, but only days without water. The body is made up of approximately 55% to 75% water. Water forms the basis of blood, digestive juices, urine, and perspiration and is contained in lean muscle, fat, and bones. As the body can’t store water, we need fresh supplies every […]

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Everything You Need To Know About The Food Elements

By Michael B. / January 5, 2019

The primary purposes of food are to promote growth, to supply force and heat, and to furnish material to repair the waste that is constantly taking place in the body. Every tiny thing we do tires a specific part of our bodies. Various vital processes remove these worn and useless particles; and to keep the […]

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How To Cook The Best Catch Of Your Life

By Andrew J. / December 8, 2018

A freshly caught fish can be cooked in a thousand and one ways. Many a serious fisherman will have his own unique way of cooking his freshly caught fish, but in case you’re new at this or you’re just burned out and looking for something new, here are some ideas to get the best out […]

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