Interesting facts about cooking and foods

Convenience is one of many reasons to use frozen foods | Rural Life

For me, an interesting part of the grocery store is the frozen food section. It is interesting to see the many types of frozen dinners, pizzas, and other prepared foods, such as sides and desserts, in the coolers. As many lifestyles have changed some people do not want to take the time to cook, have …

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Yum China Releases 2021 Sustainability Report

Yum China formally submitted the near-term science-based greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets to the Science Based Target Initiative (SBTi) for validation on 8th June, 2022. The specific targets, in line with criteria and recommendations of SBTi, are expected to be announced before the end of 2022 following official approval from SBTi. The targets will provide …

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20 amazing facts about food and drink in France

It’s the book they’re calling a ‘gastronomic sensation’. Let’s Eat France, by Francois-Regis Gaudry, contains information on 1,250 specialty foods, 375 iconic recipes, 350 topics and 260 gastronomic personalities. It has hundreds of maps, charts, tricks, tips and anecdotes. And plenty of quirky facts. Here MailOnline Travel presents 20 fascinating facts and about food and …

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Processed foods: What you should know

If you’ve watched the news, you’ve probably heard something negative about processed foods. They’ve been blamed for the national rise in obesity, high blood pressure and diabetes. But what exactly are processed foods, and are they really all that bad for you? Processed foods defined According to the Department of Agriculture, processed food are any …

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15 Depression-Era Foods Making a Comeback — Eat This Not That

During any period of uncertainty, people are flock to classic recipes, many of which originated during the Great Depression. Whether it’s to save money, to cook with limited ingredients, or even just to enjoy the nostalgia factor of dishes cooked by grandparents, some decidedly old-fashioned Depression-era foods have made a comeback over the past few …

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The Most Nutritious Ways to Cook Vegetables, Ranked by Dietitians

The best way to cook your veggies is the method that will result in a tasty dish you’ll enjoy eating. Image Credits: 10’000 Hours/DigitalVision/GettyImages In This Article When you check a food’s nutrition facts, the label may not tell the full story. Depending on how it’s prepared, nutrients may be lost or become more available. …

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Give Your Loved One an Oyster IOU: A Food-Themed Holiday Gift Guide

Naturally, we are all, every one of us, good and sober citizens who recognize the consumerist folly of giving holiday presents. The nonnecessity of it all. The silly little ritual of purchase, concealment, adornment, and surprise. The cutthroat, sub-rosa competition of who will out-gift whom, whether by money spent (the amateur’s yardstick) or by delight …

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High fructose corn syrup intake linked to liver disease

Researchers investigated the link between nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and high fructose corn consumption. They found that consuming high amounts of fructose, especially among Mexican Americans who consumed the highest amount, was linked to a higher risk of NAFLD. The researchers conclude that people should avoid consuming foods with high fructose corn syrup content …

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