We all have to eat and we want our food to taste good. Under this category we will post food specific items, that are just aobut eating, drinking and tasting good

Simple Secret To Sauteing In Butter

Allow the butter to stop foaming before adding the food. Melted butter registers near 212 degrees, the boiling point of water, a temperature too cool for sauteing.

Once the water in the butter has cooked off, the fat will get hotter, ensuring an even sear and deep flavor.

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Second Harvest
Canadian Health Food Association

Health Benefits Of Coconut Flour

  • Coconut flour has 10 times more fiber than white flour. Fiber is crucial to healthy digestion and cholesterol levels.
  • Adding it to baked goods lowers their glycemic level for blood sugar maintenance.
  • It's grain and gluten free.
  • Coconut flour has only 120 calories per 1/4 cup.

Before You Whip Up Another Egg-White-Only Omelette

New research on the health benefits of eggs reveals the sunny side of yolks, in addition to being the most flavorful portion of the egg, the yolks are also the source of most of its nutritional benefits. They are nutrient-dense, rich in antioxidants, trace minerals, lutein and other powerful nutrients. In fact, yolks contain 90% of the calcium, iron, phosphorus, zinc, thiamin, B6, folate and B12 found in eggs. They also house 100% of the vitamins A, D, E and K. Plus, the bright orange yolks of free-range eggs are loaded with omega-3 fatty acids.

While egg whites do offer protein, it's the yolks that make that protein bio-available for your body. So next time you're cracking into a carton of eggs to prepare a healthy meal, leave the separator in your gadget drawer and opt for the whole egg. Whether you like them fried, scrambled, poached, sunny side up or hard-boiled, farm-fresh "cackleberries" are an egg-cellent way to start any day! Thank you to John Ferguson running and his group of marathon fans for their ongoing support.

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