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How Much Spice to Use and When to Add

How Much Spice to Use and When to Add

Spices and seasonings can take a dish from being as plain as cardboard to (almost) literally out of this world. Spices were discovered and have been used for hundreds of years in a number of combinations that is unfathomable. The world of spices is wide open to explore, but we as Americans have been trained to use recipes to prepare dishes and most of the time we are scared to stray. This can cause a problem when we want to try a new spice or seasoning, but do not know the proper way to use it.

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Spice Up Your Meal Prep

Spice Up Your Meal Prep

Meal Prep is a humble concept that's gotten a lot of attention lately. Simply put: Meal prepping means preparing meals ahead of time in order to maximize ingredients and doing the bulk of your chopping and cooking at one time, rather than spending time each day making food. This strategy can be a timesaver (and money saver) if done effectively because it helps eliminate last minute stops to the gas station before work to grab a sandwich for lunch or spare you from setting back your meal plan if you are on a special diet for health reasons and settling for the easiest option available.

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All About Tomatoes

All About Tomatoes

Tomatoes are one of our favorite vegetables that are technically fruits. I always loved this argument growing up, but after truly being able to understand science (and the federal court ruling) I've accepted this fact. Tomatoes are considered a fruit using the terminology in the dictionary because they are a seed bearing structure that grows from the flower of a plant. But according to the US Supreme Court, tomatoes are considered a vegetable because they are eaten with the main meal and not as a dessert, like fruit would be.

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