The Origins of Cooking
How we went from hunting and gathering to an era of culinary innovation. Cooking allowed early humans to tap a wider variety of food sources and gain more nutrition from them.
Meat Vs Fish
Here are the benefits about meat and fish which one is better for health. In regions where people have the longest lifespan the diet is based almost exclusively on meat of ruminant animals and cultured dairy products. Eating the recommended 2 portions of fish a week could cut the risk death from heart disease by 1/3.
Top 10 Species with Health Benefits
Here are the top 10 species which are having health benefits in it.
Proper Kitchen Knives make for Quick & Easy Cooking
The key to saving time and providing nutritious meals at home is to use the proper tools in the kitchen. Having a go-to set of tools is important for any home chef, and can take much.
How common cooking mistakes cause big problems and the easy solutions that will change luck in the kitchen. Most cooking mistakes have one of three starting points—inaccurate measurement, careless ingredient substitution, or poor ingredient preparation.
Food Safety Good Food Gone Bad
Each year, contaminated food products are estimated to cause 48 million consumers sicknesses in U.S. Use the following guide to help protect yourself from food-borne contaminants.
We Love Ramen
95 billion servings of Ramen were eaten worldwide in 2011. Enough to feed 260 million people every day for a year.
Heat Scale of Peppers
The scale was created in 1912 by U.S. pharmacist Wilbur Scoville. The pharmacist measured the degree of piquancy of peppers by the amount of sugar water added until the “heat” is no longer detectable. The results of the measurements were fixed using the Scoville Scale.
A culinary ratio is a fixed proportion of one ingredient or ingredients relative to another. These proportions from the backbone of the craft of cooking.