I’ve received a number of email requests recently on how to make crawfish stock. This is an important step after a crawfish boil since there are so many leftover shells! Making use of them rather than just wastefully tossing them away is a very economical as well as environmentally wise practice.
Have you ever wondered about the differences between bananas and plantains? If you bake with these foods frequently, you’ve probably thought about how plantain flour compares with banana flour as well.
They certainly look similar, but beyond that, they are not at all the same.
If you’ve spent even a minimal amount of time studying how healthy traditional cultures ate, you’ve no doubt realized that nose to tail eating is a prominent and very important – if not crucial – characteristic. This means that historical people groups consumed not only the muscle meats from animals, but also the organs,
Many years ago, I had a “series of unfortunate events” involving my front teeth. To summarize yet spare you the gory details, they decided to become detached from the rest of me on four different occasions. While the dentist put them back in each time, it was only a matter of time until they would need to come out,
After a long holiday weekend, there are sometimes a lot of leftovers from the backyard picnic or barbecue. This easy taco salad recipe is a great way to use some of them up in a hurry.
The word “diet” usually means a specific approach to eating that facilitates losing weight over the short or long term. Some diets have nothing to do with weight loss, however. Rather, they are devised to help manage the symptoms of a particular illness or chronic condition. Avoidance of a group of substances known as oxalates by following a low oxalate diet is one such food philosophy.
Safflower oil is one of the most widely available and popular vegetable oils on the planet. In India, food manufacturers market it as saffola oil, which is a blend of safflower and rice bran oil. Sometimes edible oil companies blend in soy oil as well.
In North America, safflower is available in both low oleic and high oleic form.