How to Cook Beans to Reduce Gas

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Beans are a good plant-based source of protein that’s also high in healthy nutrients and dietary fiber. Yet, despite being inexpensive, many of us avoid them due to an unpleasant side effect of eating legumes: gas. Read more now to find out how to prepare and cook dried beans to make them easier to digest.

How to Cook Sushi Rice in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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Learn how to cook sushi rice in the electric pressure cooker perfectly every time with this simple, foolproof method. It’s never been easier to make and there’s no need for a rice cooker. The perfectly sticky texture is ideal for making maki rolls, poke bowls, and more. Plus, you’ll love the delicious seasoning.

How to Cook Black Rice in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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If you haven’t tried forbidden rice, now’s the time to do it. Learn how to cook black rice in the electric pressure cooker in just 30 minutes. The unique flavor and extra antioxidants make this grain a must-try side dish – and it looks really cool on the plate, no matter what you serve it with. Read more now.

How to Prep an Artichoke with Zero Fear

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If you love using jarred or canned artichokes for various recipes, give yourself a new culinary challenge and learn how to prep it fresh. Foodal’s step-by-step tutorial will show you exactly what you need to do to prepare fresh, whole artichokes. We promise it’s not as scary as it may seem. Read more now.

An Easy Frosting-Free Way to Decorate Cupcakes

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Not a fan of frosting? Wish decorating desserts was easier, and less of a hassle? Try this super quick, no-frosting technique to make pretty cakes and cupcakes. All you have to do is dust powdered sugar or cocoa powder over a stencil to create the most beautiful designs on top of your favorite cake. Read more.

How to Cook Brown Rice in an Electric Pressure Cooker (Instant Pot Brown Rice)

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Forget about boiling water on the stovetop, it’s time to learn how to cook brown rice in an electric pressure cooker. This appliance simplifies the process of cooking this whole grain, and it comes out perfect every single time. Make it for dinner or cook a big batch for prepping meals throughout the week. Read more.

Spice Up Your At-Home Cocktail Hour with Pantry Ingredients

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Since happy hour has been moved to your comfy couch, it’s time to learn how to change up your at-home cocktail routine. Mastering the art of mixology has become more important than ever, and you can do it yourself with ingredients that you already have on hand. Get creative and play with new flavors! Read more now.

How to Stock a Healthy Pantry

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If you’re looking to eat healthier, it’s important to set yourself up for success at home. From your fridge to your pantry, keeping your kitchen stocked with healthy staples can go a long way in revamping your current eating habits. Get this complete guide for how to stock a healthy pantry now.

How to Cook a Whole Chicken in the Crock-Pot

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Yes, you really can cook a whole chicken in your Crock-Pot, and it’s the easiest thing in the world to do. The bird gets a quick seasoning rub, then cooks on a bed of onions after being stuffed with fresh herbs and lemon. Pair the juicy, flavorful poultry with your favorite side dishes. Get the recipe now.

How to Break Down Whole Chicken Wings, The Easy Way

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If you love to serve up wings for game day or big gatherings, you need to know how to break down whole chicken wings. This time, you can save yourself some money by buying the whole chicken wings and breaking them down into pieces yourself. It’s very easy to do, so don’t be intimidated. We’ll teach you how – read more.

How to Make an All-Butter Whole Grain Spelt Pie Crust

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You’ve had your fun with making traditional pie crusts. Let’s try something new for your next round of baking. This all-butter whole grain spelt pie crust has a delicate, flaky texture from the butter and a nutty flavor from the whole grain spelt flour. It’s a recipe that will be perfect with any filling. Read more.