Category: Food Q&A

how to cook quinoa
Food Q&A

How to cook quinoa for breakfast, lunch or dinner

What is quinoa? Quinoa is a gluten-free grain that is grown for its edible seeds. It is a healthier substitute for rice and similar grains. Quinoa seeds are a great source of fiber, protein and vitamins B. Actually, it is the only plant-based protein that has all necessary amino acids as protein you find in […]

grocery shopping advice
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Grocery shopping advice during coronavirus

In times like this when you need to stay at home most of the day and visit supermarkets less frequently so you don’t get infected with coronavirus, the only solution is to buy more products at once. I am not suggesting clearing off the shelves, no, you need to think about other people as well. […]

Food Q&A

The best way to make pickled peppers

I don’t know about you but I usually eat pickled food in winter, especially pickled peppers, cauliflower and cucumbers. When it comes to fermented foods such as sauerkraut and kimchi, I make it all year around and preserve it in small jars.  The main difference between fermented food and pickled food is that you don’t […]

how to make tofu
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How to cook tofu in 41 different way

Contents 1. Choose the cooking method 2. Tofu in different dishes 3. Tofu with different ingredients 4. Tofu cooking tricks Tofu is a meat alternative, similar to tempeh, it is high in protein, low in fat, and it has a very bland taste. If you have ever tried tofu and you didn’t like it, maybe […]

tempeh recipe
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How to cook tempeh? Easy tempeh recipe for beginners

Tempeh is made of fermented soybeans and it looks like a compressed cake. It originates from Indonesia and that is not the only thing that differs tempeh from tofu. Tempeh is perfect meat alternative for vegetarians and vegans, and when you mix it with different marinades and sauces, it can have totally different flavors. You […]

tempeh vs tofu
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Which is better for you tempeh or tofu?

Tempeh and tofu are meat alternatives that probably every vegetarian has heard about. They are both made of soybean plant but the process is totally different. If you have never tried tempeh or tofu before or you simply want to eat less meat, let’s learn the difference between tempeh and tofu. What is tofu? Tofu […]