These food and cooking hacks have all been discovered by the people of Reddit, and while some came across these hacks accidentally, others have been thought out and created to solve serious problems we all face in the kitchen. Yes, one thing we do know for sure is that you’re definitely going to wish that you knew these tips and tricks sooner – because they really are game-changing.
Although you might think you know what food should be kept in a refrigerator, you might want to think again. Every single food item on this planet has its own criteria when it comes to its storage, and if you don’t follow the rules exactly, you may expose yourself and your family to dangerous bacteria that could seriously impact your health. Thankfully, we’ve done all of the hard work for you and compiled a list of the foods you definitely shouldn’t be storing in your refrigerator.
With so many restaurants to compete with, it seems as though many eateries across the globe are trying to stand out from the crowd. They’re getting creative with their food and even more creative with their presentation, and this sometimes leaves customers questioning their decision to leave the house. Yep, these pictures show how over-the-top, impractical, and downright bizarre these restaurants are becoming – so maybe a grilled cheese at home will be on the menu tonight.
There’s a high chance that you’ve experienced pareidolia countless times over the years. Yep, pareidolia is the tendency to see familiar patterns or objects in completely unrelated things – and it’s never been cooler to see things that aren’t actually there. And while most people have seen familiar patterns in the clouds and recognizable images on their burnt toast, it seems as though fruits and vegetables are often the quirkiest subjects of them all. From peppers that look like dinosaurs to yams that have witch-like fingers, these fruits and veggies have truly become something else.
Food Network goddess Giada De Laurentiis is celebrated for her expertise in Italian cuisine. With a growing list of shows like Everyday Italian, Giada Entertains and Giada at Home, all TV hours seem to include her smile and skill. She’s built a net worth of around $30 million. But behind the camera, does she really lead that picture-perfect life? Truthfully, a few scandals have confused the public in recent years. This chef does try to focus on her signature dishes. But the tabloids have tried to tarnish more than just her silverware, and questions need answers. In love and business, Giada has done more than most. It’s time to take a look at the cook, starting now!
Oh, how we long for the good ol’ days! The days when retro fast-food joints and iconic restaurants could be found in every town, city, and state. And when our families would gather together for a delicious meal in an eatery with character and charm. Thankfully, we’re here to hit you right in the feels with these nostalgic restaurants of decades past. These retro restaurants may not be around any longer, but we have no doubt about the fact that you’ll still remember them.
Trends may come and go, but being healthy never goes out of style. Like anyone else living a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle, celebrities each have their reasons for living a meat-free way of life. Whether it’s based on issues involving animal cruelty, health matters, or just a personal choice – everyone these days is incorporating a more plant-based diet into their lives. And these celebrities have all hopped on board the bandwagon.
When you talk to non-vegans about a vegan diet, one of the comments they often come back with is: “But how do you get your protein if you don’t eat meat?” While it’s certainly true that meat provides healthy protein for the body to digest and use, animal products aren’t the only answer when it comes to these essential human nutrients. There are so many natural foods out there that contain protein, and one company has found that volcanic fungus could be the answer we’re all looking for.
Bangladesh happens to be at the forefront of both sustainable living and progressive education. A school in the rural village of Rudrapur is an example of a sustainable building that’s sensitive to its natural environment. Called the METI Handmade School, it’s exactly as its name claims; a school built by the hands of the Dinajpur district locals. It’s been so successful, that it even received an Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 2007 for its ecologically friendly methods, aesthetic beauty, and harmonious cooperation between the people involved.
“What? No way this isn’t real shrimp!” Versions of this exclamation can be heard again and again upon completion of taste-test experiments at New Wave Foods, a San Francisco-based startup. They have been working hard on perfecting 100% plant based shrimp. So far, they have had deliciously positive results. Could this be the future of seafood?