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See more. Cooking Basics For Dummies: Edition 5. Marie Rama. Packed with more than easy-to-follow recipes for every meal of the day, from mouth-watering mains to sumptuous sides to delectable desserts Helps you master grilling, slow cooking, baking, roasting, pressure cooking, and more Includes tips on adapting meals to meet the latest dietary trends, such as low-sugar, low-sodium, low-fat, plant-based, and vegetarian diets Covers shopping at farmer's markets and buying organic foods Cooking Basics For Dummies, 5th edition is for every beginner cook or polished chef looking for a refresher on breathing new life into home-cooked meals.
Claire Robinson. Claire Robinson, the hot new Food Network star of 5 Ingredient Fix and Food Network Challenge, helps people get dinner on the table with little fuss and a few great ingredients. The quest for simple, affordable, and fresh, mouthwatering food is over. With people struggling to simplify, streamline, and budget, the Food Network's Claire Robinson is here to help.
Cooking doesn't have to be complicated to be impressive; simplifying the process with fewer ingredients saves time, frustration, and ultimately, money.
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A quick trip to the supermarket for one bag of groceries, and a delicious, restaurant-quality meal can be on the table in no time. Vance Hanna. For bizarre beer brewers, its all about breaking down the style barriers and getting creative with brewing. In Bizarre Brews , author Vance Hanna not only shares novel tips and advice for home brewers, but also provides an array of recipes that are truly unique creations that may not fit the typical style.
How Much Do I Buy? Judy Gillis. Have you ever wondered how many tomatoes to buy when fixing tacos for guests? Have you ever discarded produce or meat because it went bad before you could use it? Most of us probably have experienced this on more than one occasion, including this Author. With the ever-rising cost of food, saving money at the supermarket is something most of us would welcome.
The stores scale can be a cost-reducing tool as it takes the guesswork out of buying produce. Recipe books and websites list ingredients but often the end result is too little or too much food. This is because recipes often dont take into account meat shrinkage or produce waste. Also, if the number of servings is provided, we usually dont know how much a serving amount is. For instance, many chili recipes are based on a 1 cup serving size.
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While this might be enough for some, 1 cup of chili is probably not even going to fill a typical bowl half full. The solutionthis book. This book is not a cookbook, rather its a simple guide as to how much to buy to prepare 60 common foods for servings. The following page titled How to Use This Book will help you navigate through the book. Whether youre a new cook or have 40 years of cooking under your belt, as this author does, this book will help guide you the next time you wonder, how much food do I need to buy?
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James Norah. This book contains a collection of over interesting and delectable cider-based dishes, including step-by-step cooking instructions to help you make soups, sauces, stews, brochette, mousaka, gloulash, casseroles, and much more besides. A book that will greatly appeal to the more adventurous cook with an interest in expanding their repertoire, this text makes for a great addition to collections of culinary literature and is not to be missed by the cider enthusiast.
Many antique books such as this are increasingly rare and costly, and it is with this in mind that we are proudly republish this text here complete with a new introduction on cooking with alcohol.
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The main export of Ancient Greece's vast seaborne trade, wine helped spread its culture abroad. Spirits such as brandy and rum fueled the Age of Exploration, fortifying men on long voyages and oiling the pernicious slave trade. Originating in the Arab world, coffee stoked revolutionary thought in Europe during the Age of Reason, when coffeehouses became centers of intellectual exchange. Hundreds of years after the Chinese began drinking tea, it had far-reaching effects on British foreign policy.
Carbonated drinks, invented in 18th-century Europe and popularized in the 20th-century, are now a leading symbol of globalization, particularly Coca-Cola. Author: Dr. Dietary fiber, which is found in whole grain foods, can help prevent some cancers, including pancreatic, breast, and stomach, but most notably colon colorectal cancer.
Whole grain foods are high in fiber and are not only important for direct cancer prevention, but for overall health, which in turn can help prevent cancer. Healthy foods rich in fiber can make you feel full and thus help achieve and maintain healthy body weight. Healthy body weight is not only important to prevent several cancers, including colorectal, pancreatic, breast, and kidney cancers, but also to prevent obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.
There are two kinds of fiber, which are both necessary for good health: 1. Soluble fiber: Found in oat bran, flaxseed, fruits, and vegetables. Steadier Energy. Soluble fiber dissolves in water, and becomes glutinous. It helps to slow down the emptying of the stomach, and sugar is released more slowly. This lowers cholesterol and LDL low density lipoprotein cholesterol. Insoluble fiber: Found in greens, green beans, corn bran, seeds and nuts, wheat, and fruit and vegetable skin.
Speed in passaging waste. Insoluble fiber does not dissolve in water. It helps balance the intestinal pH acidity and move bulk through the intestines, thus, helping to detoxify your body.
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It is recommended that you eat 20 to 30 grams of fiber per day. If you decide to increase the fiber in your diet, make sure you eat it slowly and drink lots of water. Eating too much or too little fiber may cause constipation.