How to Use Each Side of a Box Grater

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Is your box grater pushed to the back corner of a kitchen cabinet, abandoned and ignored? If you’re confused about what exactly to do with it, we’re here to help. Want to finally learn how to use each side of a box grater for a wide range of kitchen prep tasks? It’s time to dust off the cobwebs and read our tutorial.

White Rice Flour and Sweet Rice Flour – What’s the Difference?

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White rice flour and sweet rice flour play prominent roles in Asian and gluten-free recipes that range from bread and noodles to cakes, candies, sauces, and syrups. Read on to learn about the derivations and characteristics of each type, nutritional qualities, and whether or not you can substitute one for the other.

Coconut Milk vs. Coconut Cream: What’s the Difference?

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Are you stuck between buying coconut milk or coconut cream at the grocery store? Does it even matter if it comes in a can or carton? If you want answers, we’ll tell you all you need to know about the differences between these two dairy-free products, and everything else in between. Read the article now.

Soaked Whole Grain Bread

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Learn how to make tasty loaves of golden-brown whole grain bread. We soak most of the dry ingredients to make the dough easier to work with and the bread easier to digest. Your taste buds will love all the hearty flavors and textures, and your gut will enjoy the better nutrition absorption. Read more now for the full recipe.

Prebiotics vs. Probiotics: What’s the Difference?

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Prebiotics and probiotics are relatively modern terms in today’s food-related vocabulary. Both support digestive health and are readily available in foods and supplements. However, their functions in the body differ. Read on and increase your knowledge of prebiotics and probiotics and their place in your healthy diet.

Free-Range and Conventional Eggs: What’s the Difference?

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Have you noticed the case at the grocery store is starting to resemble a designer showroom with displays of multiple types of eggs? Join us as we compare free-range and conventional eggs to determine if one is superior to the other, and whether a better lifestyle for the chickens translates into a healthier product.

What Is Sorghum?

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Sorghum is gaining a firm foothold in the American diet. You may have seen it packaged, spotted it on a food label, or noticed it in a recipe. What do we know about sorghum? Read on to learn what it is, where it comes from, and how it’s used. Then you can decide if it is an appropriate addition to your healthy diet.

Canola vs. Rapeseed Oil: What’s the Difference?

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Let’s talk about plant-based oils. Are canola oil and rapeseed oil the same thing? We’ll discuss why these names are sometimes used interchangeably, and whether or not one variety is actually more suitable for culinary use. If you’re not sure what the difference is, read more now to learn what sets them apart.

Can Eating Too Many Carrots Turn You Orange?

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Bright orange carrots are a staple in many homes, where they appear regularly in salads, sides, soups, stews, and baked goods. They are a source of vitamin A, a nutrient essential for cell development, good vision, and a healthy immune system. Is it true that eating too many can turn skin orange? Read on to find out.

How to Freeze Bananas

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Do you love using bananas in smoothies, quick breads, muffins, and more? If you want to always have a stash at the ready to use in your favorite recipes, you need to learn how to freeze them properly. We’ll lend you a hand with prepping, storing, thawing, and using this sweet fruit. Read more to get the full tutorial.

Tips for Baking at High Elevations

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Are your baked goods falling flat, with disappointing results? A little adjustment may be called for to bake delicious cakes at high elevations. Whether you need to increase the bake time or oven temperature, or tinker with the quantities of flour, sugar, leavening, or other ingredients, we’re here to help. Read more.

How to Prep Onions

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Having a tough time trying to cut an onion? Even though it is one of the most essential ingredients for building aromatics and flavors in so many recipes, an onion can be a little tricky to prep properly. We’re here to help you select, store, and prep this important allium. Get our tips and full tutorial now.