The Versatility That You Can Get With Recipes for Garlic
Garlic has long had a reputation as a cure-all for many ailments. Although not all of them have been substantiated by scientific evidence, there is a wealth of solid data pointing to garlic as one of our most versatile natural substances we can consume to promote good health. It is rich in alliin, which is quite odorless. Once it is crushed or minced, alliin converts to allicin, which has the characteristic odor and taste we associate with garlic.Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs – Reminiscences From Childhood Revisited As Appetizers
We all have grown up having one food or other that later on seems to slip from view. Once in a while it may come up into memory. One of these is a bacon wrapped hot dog with cheese that my Mom made for us as kids.Basic Comforts – Make Hemp Seed Bread and Gather Pecan Nuts
How bread has traditionally been a ‘comfort food’ of little or no nutritional value. What we can use to replace traditional bread recipes and get many more nutrients that are of greater value to the human body.If You Change Anything In Your Kitchen, Change Your Salt
Unrefined Sea Salt is hand-harvested, sun-dried sea salt. This is SUPER GOOD FOR YOU! And delicious! Our body’s electrolyte system needs salt – REAL salt – as does our kidneys and hormones. We sweat salt. Our cells are full of salt. We cry salt. We need all the minerals and things that science has not yet discovered, that are in the sea. We all need this salt for ideal health.Highly Nutritious Hearty and Warming Indian Lentil Stew
Indian spices make for the wonderful aromas as this stew cooks. Served over a little rice, this dish makes a complete protein, along with the benefits of the Vitamin A in carrot and sweet potato. The staunchest meat eaters will love this stew.Want Flawless Rice? Use the Dutch Oven!
If you are familiar with my writing, then you know that I am in love with my enamel cast iron Dutch oven pot. Yes, I brag about this cookware, and today is no different. This pot is the best thing to use when cooking rice.Cooking Oil Recycling – What Is the Importance of Recycling Used Cooking Oil?
Overview of the impacts of grease disposal and the importance of cooking oil recycling. Tips on how households and businesses can properly dispose and recycling their waste oil.Making Naan Bread for an Exceptional Indian Meal
Naan bread has become quite common in the US these days, and relatively easy to find in groceries. In India, Naan is traditionally made in a clay tandoor oven not commonly found outside of restaurants, and so is less commonly eaten in the home.How Can You Control The Spread Of Bacteria In Commercial Kitchens?
Bacteria can multiply quickly and the presence of harmful bacteria in food can be the cause of serious illness. This article gives a simple overview of how their growth occurs and some precautions that can be taken to avoid this.How To Reduce The Risk Of Food Poisoning In A Commercial Kitchen
Food poisoning from harmful bacteria is an avoidable problem. This article explains how to handle food correctly during the cooking, cooling, defrosting and hot holding processes.How to Roast a Bell Pepper
Roasted bell peppers are like seven dollars a jar at the store. Now, you can learn to make them at home with this easy to follow recipe, and it will only cost a couple of dollars.Karuizawa: Summertime Fun
Essay on a good place to stay, good foods to eat, and great getaways in Japan. Welcome to Karuizawa where the best of Nagano Prefecture comes together.