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Say you are all set to start baking, but oh no! You've forgotten an ingredient. Sure, you could risk going on without it. However, for anyone that knows anything about baking, one missing ingredient can mean a complete disaster. Baking is less of a hobby and more of a science, it is essentially chemistry. The chemical reactions between all the ingredients make the dishes fluffy, moist, and most of all delicious. So instead of just skipping the ingredient, why not make a substitution? With the proper substitution it can mimic the desired taste and chemical reaction that the original ingredient has. Though do be aware that some of the more common ingredients like milk or eggs really do not have any substitutions other than their various forms.
Making muffins can be a fantastic treat for more than just breakfast. However, unlike it's similar cousin the cupcake, making a muffin requires a bit more finesse. Mix it too little, it's like under baked bread, mix it too much and you have hard tiny little rocks.
Diabetes is a tricky disease, you get it from eating things that are bad for you. Many people think the best way to fight it is to not eat and go on some extreme diet. While losing weight will help dissolve adult onset diabetes, just straight up not eating will land you in a huge amount of health trouble. Instead of not eating, those who suffer from diabetes need to eat the right kind of foods that will help control the vast spikes and dips of blood sugar.
You know what frost on the ground means? It means cooks around the world can finally break out their soup and stew recipes! I know I have already busted out the soups a few times. Nothing warms the body more peacefully than a bowl of rich and savory soup. Try out some of these classic recipes to warm your body and soul.
Being diagnosed with diabetes seems like it is a death sentence on all things sugary. This may be so on when it comes to candy bars and triple chocolate cake. However, there are low-sugar dessert recipes out there aplenty. Just because they are low-sugar though does not mean these sweet treats taste any less sweet than their glycerin shock inducing counterparts.
Autumn is the season of particular flavors apple, cinnamon and the most prominent-pumpkin. In recent years every commercial business that slings out fast food and drink has seen the allure of pumpkin. They have seen how people just eat it up, so once September rolls around everyone from Starbucks to McDonalds rolls out pumpkin flavors in full force with a hefty seasonal price tag.
When the Thanksgiving feast winds down, it is unlikely that you will be staring at a picked clean turkey carcass. Unless of course you are a master of picking the appropriate size turkey for the amount of people you need to feed. If that is the case, I salute you! Again, it is unlikely that is the case. In the spirit of the Native Americans we celebrate on Thanksgiving, it is time to not let one bit of that turkey go to waste.
The weekends were made for sleeping in. Kids sleep in without school to get them up. Average 9-to-5ers sleep in without having to drudge off to work. Partiers sleep in with their hangovers. By the time everyone rouses, it is 10 AM and you have to make the hard decision between breakfast food or lunch food. The weekend is not for hard decisions, thus the meal of brunch was brought forth, combining the best of both meals! What does one make for brunch though? Try some of these weekend brunch recipes.
Halloween is a unique holiday, for both celebration and party food. Opposed to every other holiday where you strive to make your party treats look as tasty as possible; Halloween sports a different goal-to make them look gross and creepy! It's part of the fun, however just because they look gross doesn't mean they should taste like it. Here are some great Halloween party recipes that not only look creepy but taste great!
Soups and stews are a great meal choice, especially when it is cold or rainy outside. They are great hearty dishes that can serve for more than one meal, even frozen for future meals. However, not everyone has the time it takes to tend to stews and soups over the stove top. Luckily, almost all soup recipes can be done in a slow cooker.
Now why would anyone want to make their own candy bars? After all, the name brand ones are just so good and easy to get-I mean they are right there. However there are some advantages to making copycat candy at home. Perhaps the biggest reason is indeed the best, these candy bars can be made in bulk for a lot less than buying name brand candy in the same quantity. These homemade candy bars make great gifts and you never need to worry about what sort of preservatives are going into the candy. There is no secret ingredient list, just a recipe to follow.
For those people who have waged a serious battle with heartburn, they know that this condition severely limits the world of food for them. Acid reflux can be triggered by a number of foods, so it takes many of the universally favorite recipes right off the table. However, not everything can cause heartburn.
The NutriBullet does not claim to be a juicer or a blender but does claim to be better than both. Juicers and blenders both have their tragic downfall but the NutriBullet claims to extract vitamins and minerals from food on a cellular level. At first glance the NutriBullet looks very similar to a Magic Bullet. Like the Magic Bullet what the NutriBullet produces looks very similar to a juicer. However the NutriBullet is trying to carve out a category for itself as an extractor that brings out the vitamins that we do not get through regular digestion.
The leaves are turning, those hot temperatures you grew tired of in the first weeks of summer are cooling, and the apples are in season! That means fun romantic romps to apple orchards where you come back with far more apples than you realistically need. However, don't let those apples just sit there and rot, there is tons you can do with them. Apples have a unique flavor that makes them a very versatile ingredient in more than just apple pie.
I do not know when green bean casserole, cranberry sauce, and stuffing became staples on Thanksgiving. Perhaps they were at the first Thanksgiving, but what I do know is they are demanded at most Thanksgiving feasts.
Really got a craving for that super special item on a restaurant menu, like KFC's Original Recipe chicken or McDonald's Big Mac, but don't really want to go out and get it? Well, these recipes have been advertised as "secret" recipes for years and many still are. However, when you hire millions of people with a high turnover rate, the secret has a way of getting out pretty quickly. The real kicker is that when you go to a fast food restaurant and shell out your cash, you are mostly paying for the convenience of having the food made for you. So making these recipes at home is often much cheaper.
It is easiest to just plop your child down in front of the television after school with a cup of ramen or some sweet snack cake. However, you are setting them up for disaster later in life. Our society has reached a point where if we do not install healthy eating habits early in our children, they will fall prey to all the delicious, but unhealthy alternative foods in life. A good way to encourage healthy eating for our children is through the after school snack.
These days cooking is relatively easy. You can make rich recipes seasoned with spices from all around the world in merely a few minutes. It was not always like this. When North America was still being settled, cooking was a long and complicated process most of the time and did not often yield particularly delicious results.
Gel insoles, insert, and orthotics are not just for athletes anymore. Anyone who has spent any time toiling in retail is no stranger to foot pain. Standing in front of a register all day is absolute murder on the feet, but it does not have to be. Sometimes all you need to make bad shoes into good ones is a simple insert to support your arches or heels.