Food Q&A

Food Q&A

Is the Aquafaba trend still alive?

Aquafaba has been popular for a few years now. It seems people really like this egg substitute, and love to make diverse dishes with it. So, let’s talk about it more in depth. What is aquafaba? Aquafaba is leftover syrupy-like water from cooked legume seeds. Aquafaba got its name from the combination of two Latin […]

how to cook Brussel sprouts (2)
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5 ways of cooking Brussel sprouts

Brussel sprouts are healthy little cabbages you have probably seen in the market but didn’t want to experiment with cooking. Whether you don’t know how to cook Brussel sprouts or you want to make your sprouts less bitter or soggy, here are the main ways to cook them: in the oven on the stove pan […]

how to make cauliflower rice
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How to Make Cauliflower Rice

Cauliflower rice has become a very popular rice substitute among people. Due to its easy preparation methods, and many health benefits it is used very often. If you’ve heard of this cauliflower version recently, you might be confused about its preparation.  But, fear not. It’s very easy. That’s why today’s topic is going to discuss […]

ghee vs butter
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What’s the difference: Ghee vs Butter?

Difference between Ghee and Butter, what’s the catch? Can you use both in the same way? Yes, you absolutely can. Are they both suitable for cooking? Yes. Which one tastes better? Pure choice of your taste buds. Let’s investigate them separately, to see what’s really going on here. Ghee vs Butter choose your fighter! What […]

types of cheese
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Types of Cheese

Cheese is one of the most common foods in the world, it’s no surprise it comes in so many varieties. There are so many different types of cheese we didn’t even know where to start. Since making cheese starts with milk and its fermentation, in most cases however, it would be an appropriate topic to […]

quinoa vs brown rice
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Quinoa vs brown rice | How to make the right choice?

What distinguishes quinoa and brown rice is that in brown rice, only the husk is removed, therefore it retains fiber and germs that contain vital nutrients. Unlike brown rice, quinoa is the seed of the goosefoot plant. Both grains are prepared and eaten similarly to grains, so people often replace quinoa with rice in their […]