We tend to focus so much on the foods we can’t eat that we forget to focus on the ones that can change our lives for the better. Take a look at the following 10 foods that you should be eating every day.
Food & Drink
Our Top Picks' selection, guides, and review on the most interesting food and drinks that we encounter across multiple cultures and regions: Vietnamese, Japanese, American, Chinese, etc.
Also including are some of our general guideline and video on certain food/drink making techniques.
For ideas on produce that’s easy to store, check out this list of fruits and vegetables that don’t need to be refrigerated to be fresh and delicious.
Tofu, also called bean curd by some, is the product of the coagulating soy milk in thin fabric covered molding to form edible blocks/rows. The result, depend on desired hardness, will be pressed to remove excess level of water.
Are you vegan? Do you love desserts like flan, cheese cake, ice cream but afraid of the extra calories? Introducing Agar Agar, the best vegan substitution for thickening and holding liquid ingredient.
Boiling an egg is a fundamental cooking skill, yet many people don’t know how to boil an egg. It can seem intimidating and tricky at first, but boiling eggs is actually pretty simple, once you get the hang of it. Check out these step-by-step instructions, and you’ll be boiling eggs like a pro in no time! Note that you can use this same method for hard-boiled eggs or soft-boiled eggs—all you’ll change is the amount of time your eggs cook.
There is more than one way to make coffee without a coffee maker. Consider what a coffee maker does – it heats water and dispenses the hot water over coffee grounds. It’s not complicated. You just have to expose the coffee grounds to hot water.
Cooked rice could go together well with any sort of entries and varieties. It’s a fairly simple cooking procedure that anyone can do and the final product should match or even better than what you have tasted in that exotic restaurant.
Over the years, certain foods have garnered new attention for their health benefits, availability, affordability and most of all…versatility. The sweet potato fits this bill to a tee! As a staple in many households year round, in many countries of the world, the sweet potato, and its cousin the yam, has made its way back into our cultural cuisine.