Get Better Results Baking Now!
It can be extremely frustrating to put so much time and effort into a recipe, only then to have it turn out less than desired… There are so many different things that could potentially go wrong! However, by being aware of all those potential mishaps, you can learn from others’ mistakes and avoid ending up …Read More
Maximize Your Workout With Food
You may not be a professional mountain climber training to climb Kilimanjaro or a marathoner preparing for a three day desert run, but you could still benefit from fueling your body correctly to maximize your workout results. Losing weight is generally simple without conflicting circumstances: eat fewer calories than you burn but enough to maintain …Read More
Famous FOOD Art
There are so many iconic pieces of art that feature food. Here are just a couple of our favorites: Campbell Soup Can (Tomato) by Andy Warhol A-1 Sauce by Ralph Goings Cloud Gate (The Bean) by Anish Kapoor Still Life with Apples by Paul Cezanne The Son of Man by Rene Margritte Spoonbridge and Cherry by …Read More
Urban & Rooftop Farming Growing in Popularity
Photo credit: www.outnext.com/on/2008/08/rooftop-gardens.html Farming has been a way of life for man since the beginning. Harvesting and growing one’s own food has always been a necessary resource for man and has been a decent and honorable profession for millions of people. In today’s day and age, it seems that needs have moved away from buying …Read More
8 Gluten Free Flours & Pumpkin Pancake Recipe
Blanched almond flour: Made from finely ground blanched (skinned) almonds. Store in refrigerator or freezer. Can add small amounts to baked goods to improve their tenderness and structure. Buckwheat flour: This isn’t wheat at all! Made from the triangular seed of the buckwheat plant and has a rich, nutty flavor that’s delicious in breakfast and …Read More
Weight Loss: Be Proactive with Portion Control
Too often, we are reactive to our bathroom scales. We see the number creeping up and up, and eventually we decide that enough is enough. It may remind you of the boiling frog metaphor… If you throw a frog in boiling water, it will immediately jump out. If you throw that same frog in cool …Read More
Nutritional Scales: Where does the info come from?
Can you image placing a plate full of your favorite potato chips on a digital food scale and know exactly how bad they are for you? Talk about a deterrent! What if you could calculate exactly how much protein was in your chicken sandwich, or how much fiber you have consumed through an entire day? …Read More