Are you looking for a gluten-free and nutritious addition to your menu? Its versatility and nutty flavor make amaranth a “must have” in your kitchen. Read on to learn how to include this healthy cereal in your diet now!
Freshly milled flour has a lively taste and superior nutrition compared to refined flour. Check out our whole grain purchasing guide now for all the details and links you’ll need to enjoy bulk savings on dried grains, seeds, and legumes! And those with gluten intolerance can find suitable wheat replacements with alternative cereal and legume crops. Read more now!
The dark history behind molasses is no reason to eschew this versatile and flavorful sweetener. Keep reading to learn more on Foodal about how to add this sticky syrup to sweet desserts, beverages, and savory dishes.
FODMAP is an acronym to describe a group of short-chain carbohydrates that may contribute to irritable bowel syndrome. Knowing which foods contain significant amounts of these hard-to-digest carbs may help pinpoint sources of abdominal distress. Read more on Foodal.
We all know carrots are good for eyesight, but do you know which other foods you should be eating to help maintain eye health? There’s so much more to eat and enjoy than just a big plate of carrot sticks! Read more now on Foodal to learn about the best foods you can eat to encourage excellent vision.
Cooking with wine can add a wonderful extra dimension of flavor and fragrance to a wide variety of meals. A splash of vino can be used in entrees and desserts, baked goods, sauces, soups, and stews, to poach fish or fruit, and even to replace unhealthy fats in some dishes. Not sure how to make the right choice for your recipe? Find all the information you need right here on Foodal.
Cutting eggs out of your baking repertoire isn’t the worst thing in the world. We share our favorite recipes and substitutes so you can continue baking the cookies, muffins, and breads that you love, egg free! Read more now on Foodal.
Sriracha’s sweet-spicy-tangy flavor has achieved cult-like status in homes and restaurants across America. Now on Foodal, learn about the origins of this delicious sauce with Chinese-Vietnamese-Thai roots, and learn how to use it.
Miso is much more than just soup. In this article from Foodal, learn why cooks all over America are adding this ancient Japanese flavor weapon to soups, chicken, fish, salad, and more — and learn which type is right for you.
Take a closer look at the cute chickpea! We explain this pulse’s early history, stellar dietary value, and some cool cooking tips. From its first cultivation thousands of years ago, it has become a very popular bean, used in many tasty applications like flour and hummus. Read more now on Foodal, and get to know all about the garbanzo!