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HOW TO BOIL AN EGG

HOW TO BOIL AN EGG

  Learning  the simple skill  how to cook am egg will serve you well time and time again. 1.Soft-Boiled Eggs: Place eggs in a saucepan of boiling water, then cook over low heat, 4 to 5 minutes; drain. Slice off the tops and season with salt […]
SHOULD YOU EAT EGGS?

SHOULD YOU EAT EGGS?

The fear people have about eating eggs is the cholesterol level found in them. Numerous studies have tried to make the connection between cholesterol and coronary heart disease. And while there may be some connection, you have to look at the bigger picture. Consider Japan, […]
DIET GUIDE

DIET GUIDE

To EAT – OR NOT TO EAT People follow diets for different reasons. It can be because of medical reasons, allergy, weight loss, or intolerance to some food. So if you want to learn more about the various types of diets and what it is […]
GOOD FOR YOU: SWISS CHARD

GOOD FOR YOU: SWISS CHARD

  You might not have eaten a lot of it or even heard of Swiss chard, but it’s time you find out all about this nutritious super food. First, let’s look at its nutritional content: One leaf, or 48g approx. of raw Swiss chard contains […]
THE BIG 8 ALLERGENS

THE BIG 8 ALLERGENS

Cow’s Milk/ Dairy Having a dairy allergy is more common in children than in adults. Around 2.5% of children who are under three years old have it but may likely outgrow it. 0.2-0.4% of the general population also has it.    Some kinds of food […]
MY SMALL KITCHEN ON KAUA’I

MY SMALL KITCHEN ON KAUA’I

I live on Kaua’i, a beautiful small island in the mid-Pacific. And, like the island, my kitchen is small – as small as a kitchen should ever be, especially if you love to cook and prepare all the food from scratch. When you have a small kitchen, you […]
SIMPLE SOURDOUGH STARTER, LEVAIN

SIMPLE SOURDOUGH STARTER, LEVAIN

Photo by Kristiana Pinne To take part in the ancient practice of baking your own bread from scratch, lets first make levain, a sourdough starter. It is a fermented dough filled with natural, wild yeast and a bacteria called lactobacilli.
ARTISAN SOURDOUGH VS. SUPERMARKET SELECTIONS

ARTISAN SOURDOUGH VS. SUPERMARKET SELECTIONS

Photo by Nadya Spetnitskaya   Sourdough bread is one of the first types of breads ever made. For thousands of years, the process of making sourdough bread was the only way people could enjoy leavened bread. At its most basic level, sourdough is a mixture […]