Can flour go bad? How long does it last? How do you tell if the flour is bad? These and many others are some of the questions some of my blog readers have been asking since the start of this year. If you are one of those who are wondering whether flour goes bad, as a cook, I understand your concern and I’m ready to help you find out.
Most of the time, chicken is present in every cuisine and recipe. It is a versatile meat which you can’t afford to miss in the culinary world. Though there are various ways to cook it, trying out new recipes could outstandingly bring out the real flavor and taste of the chicken. Now, have you heard of the words “spatchcock chicken”? That’s just one thing I’m referring to.
What does a caviar taste like? I bet it tastes fancy! Especially the real caviar. The United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization has clearly defined that fish roe (fish eggs) not coming from the sturgeon family is not a caviar but a caviar substitute.
Caviar used to be something you cannot readily buy. But the availability of importation and exportation of food had widened every countries’ menu. Staple dishes and national dishes from different countries are available everywhere. Even exotic food selections are not as rare anymore.
What does calamari taste like? Despite its popularity online, many people still do not know exactly what this delicious seafood taste like. Most of them find it hard to know its taste since they haven’t encountered it.
If you are one of those people who have never tried calamari before, let us find out together what it tastes like.
When buying a cookware, you will probably notice different types of metals used. Some cookware is made of stainless steel, cast iron, copper, and aluminum. Aluminum is one of the most popular metals for pans and pots. However, when it comes to safety, some people are skeptical about using it. There are numerous reasons why people avoid using it. In here, you will know what “food grade aluminum” means and other facts about aluminum.
Cumin—does that sound familiar to you? If you love Mexican, Indian, Malaysian, or African dishes, then we bet you are well familiar with this well-loved spice! Anyone who loves these international cuisines, then you most probably know how to distinguish its earthy and nutty flavor with a touch of citrus taste. However, not all of us notice such flavors because for some cumin is just bitter tasting.
Because of this, it can be quite difficult for you to cook for your families and friends if the bitter taste of cumin prevents them from enjoying your well-beloved cuisines. Well, lucky for you, there are a few cumin substitute options that will allow you to achieve the cumin flavors you want minus its slightly bitter taste.
Oh, these cumin substitute options will also come handy during those times when you do not have this treasured spice on hand. So, are you ready to know what these possible substitutes are? Well, read on below!
Goat cheese is one of the most popular and widely used types of cheese in the world. However, it is also one of the vivers that most people tend to either love or hate (At least it is one of my favorite cheese, if not favorite).
But if you thought those amazing Greek and Italian recipes were just meant to be looked at and not tried only because you are not very fond of goat cheese, then it's time to think again.
We have brought you 12 delicious substitutes for goat cheese. These cheeses not only serve as amazing alternatives but are also either similar in texture or in taste, appealing to anyone who might have aversion to goat cheese.
So what are you all waiting for? Get your cookbooks out, we've got some cooking to do. Let’s go!