wok cooking

Wok Cooking – Enjoy Quick and Healthy Meals Fast, easy, fresh and delicious meals can be had in mere minutes when using a wok for cooking. This centuries-old method of stir-frying meats, fish, poultry and veggies can be a healthy way to cook if you limit the amount of sodium, fat and oil. Woks for flame heat come shaped like a large, shallow bowl and use medium-high heat to cook any food evenly and quickly. Flat-bottomed woks are also available for electric stoves and do the job just as well. One reason woks are so popular for healthy cooking is…

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Rotisserie ovens

Healthy Rotisserie Cooking That plump, juicy chicken or turkey, cooked evenly on a rotisserie can turn into some of the tastiest and healthiest meals you’ve ever made – especially healthy for the heart. The dry-cooking method of using a rotisserie oven keeps the protein level high and the fat and calories low. Besides the health benefits of a rotisserie oven, the ease of prepping makes it a sure choice for those who don’t think they have time to make healthy meals. Simply prepare a chicken as you would for roasting in the oven. Remove the giblets from the cavity, rinse…

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Cuisinart 66-11 Chef's Classic Nonstick Hard-Anodized 11-Piece Cookware Set

What You Need to Know About Pots and Pans Needed in the Kitchen You do not have to be a professional cook to own a good set of pots and pans. In fact, aside from investing on high quality stove top ovens, you will also need to invest on the different types of pots and pans, in order for you to be effective in cooking delicious meals for you and your family. A kitchen will never be complete if you have an incomplete set of pots and pans. The different types of pots and pans are actually considered essentials, because…

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zip grinder

A Guide to Buying Herb and Spice Grinders Nothing jazzes up a dull recipe than freshly ground herbs and spices. With online sites offering fresh fare and inexpensive herb and spice grinders for convenience, you have a wide array of ways to improve recipes and add the nutritional value that fresh products can bring to the table. From the inexpensive natural stone mortar and pestle versions for grinding spice and herbs to the electric grinders with bells and whistles such as durable, stainless steel blades, nonslip rubber bases and heavy-duty motors – you can find a wide variety of herb…

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food dehydrator

Do You Have a Food Dehydrator to Help You with Your Health? There are so many benefits of using a food dehydrator to boost your health – and they’re easy-to-use and can save you money. You can dehydrate almost any type of food – veggies, fruit or meats – and reap the benefits in taste and nutrients. Try purchasing dehydrated meats, fruits and veggies at the supermarket and you might get sticker-shock. Letting someone else do the work and use their own equipment spikes the cost of dehydrated foods. Besides being less expensive than buying dehydrated foods at the supermarket…

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Microwave oven

Healthy Meals You Can Make in a Microwave Oven When it comes to microwave oven cooking we generally just use it to heat up food. But, it’s time to start thinking differently about serving healthy meals directly from the microwave. No longer does one of the most prominent appliances in your kitchen need to be relegated to heating leftover foods. Now, it’s time to use the microwave to give yourself an edge in saving time and eating healthy. Many have been skeptical of using the microwave for other than heating because of false information about radiation. Actually, microwave ovens release very…

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Fresh Bread Maker Bread

Healthy Tips For Using a Bread Maker for Bread That’s Good For You We all want to lose those extra pounds and get fit and healthy. However, one of the first tips that you’ll learn with healthier eating lifestyles is to watch your bread intake. You will begin  to watch the type of grains that  are used in the breads that you  eat. Most of the commercial breads that you buy at the store are packed with ingredients such as preservatives and additives that are just not good for you. If you can make your own bread at home, you can do it…

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