10 best microwave recipes that are incredibly easy-to-make

Where would you be without your microwave oven? Aren’t they just a huge time-saver? Microwave ovens are one of the most common kitchen appliances and are very convenient when it comes to cooking and heating food. Is your microwave really just a cancer box? Microwave ovens heat food by producing radiation which is absorbed by water molecules in the food. This makes the water molecules vibrate and produce heat, which cooks the food. Cooking in microwave is just as safe as any other cooking method. What are the health risks…

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Do you know how eggs are prepared in different states?

1. Egg mania! Eggs are a staple diet throughout our country and have always proved to be a winner whenever we need a quick breakfast or a snack. With time they have been experimented and used in various recipes and travelled across the country acquiring different forms, flavours and taste. Recall the time when our moms tried to induce eggs in our diet as half boiled or full boiled but the young and stupid us were completely oblivious of its presence in other delicious forms and flavours. With time we…

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Cheesesteak Potato Skins Are Even Better Than The Classic Sandwich

The classic combination of thinly sliced steak, peppers, and onions topped with melty provolone cheese has gotten us pretty far at Delish. We’ve stuffed them into egg roll wrappers, on top of crusty bread, and even soup. One territory we haven’t delved as deep into is a TGI Fridays staple: the humble potato skin. Once we made these Big Mac potato skins, though, we were hooked. They can be a great bar snack, or, in this case, an entire lunch or dinner. C’mon, it’s got veggies, protein, and yes, potatoes don’t offer much, BUT…

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5 Foods You Are Better off Eating Raw

It is said that cooking some foods may impact their nutrient value and therefore its best to consume these raw or lightly sauted. This is primarily due to the heat exposure to nutrients at the time of cooking that may change or alter their intrinsic goodness. Their inherent taste and flavour can get affected too. There are some foods out there that are better off being eaten raw rather than cooked. Here is a list of food items that you should consider eating raw: 1. Onions They may make you cry,…

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Rose Flavoring and a Wine Shortage: These Are the 4 Food Trends to Watch in 2018

It was a bad year for wine growers, but a good one for meatless burger makers. We compiled the weirdest and most important food trends to watch in the coming year. (We recommend taking advantage of that mealkit subscription discount while you still can.) The article is part of the Fortune 2018 Crystal Ball, our predictions for the year ahead. Find the whole list here. Veggie Meat Is The New Plant-Based Milk Okay, we’re going to say it: Plants are hot. Milk alternatives—led by the likes of almond milk—have grown 45% by…

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Natural Healing: 7 Everyday Foods That Are Also Effective Antiseptics

Changing seasons may be a natural process, but it also results in various illnesses, as people suffer from common cold, flu, fever, skin infections and allergies. This is mostly because at this time our body’s immunity is weak as it tries to adapt itself to the changing climate. So to stay protected, a good habit would be to resort to natural ingredients that have long been touted as effective remedies for boosting immunity, fighting infections and being antiseptic in nature. Natural antiseptics can help by providing immediate aid against infections. The truth is that…

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Poorest Countries Are Having Hardest Time Ramping Up Food Output

Countries that are most in need of more food to feed their impoverished populations tend to be the ones where farmers have the hardest time expanding production. In low-income nations, agricultural productivity rose at a rate of 1.24 percent annually as of 2017, according to an annual study from the Global Harvest Initiative, a research organization sponsored by Deere & Co., Monsanto Co., Smithfield Foods Inc. and other businesses and nonprofits. That’s down from last year and less than the 1.75 percent needed to meet food needs in 2050. “If agricultural productivity…

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Diabetic senior citizens need to be cautious. They are at increased risk of fracture

The deadly disease, diabetes, is on a rise in India. If your parents or grandparents are suffering from it, take note. “Fracture in older adults with Type-2 diabetes is a highly important public health problem and will only increase with the ageing of the population and growing epidemic of diabetes,” said lead author of the study Elizabeth Samelson of the Institute for Aging Research at Hebrew SeniorLife in Boston, US. The study, published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, found older adults withType-2 diabetes had deficits in cortical bone –…

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Being hit by a partner is not a ‘lifestyle choice’ – when are we going to stop blaming women?

There is an epidemic of domestic abuse in this country. More than a quarter of women aged 16 to 59 have experienced it at some point in their lives, according to the Government’s own figures. Many victims are trapped in violent relationships, unable to leave because refuge places are in short supply, and they have nowhere else to go. In such circumstances, who could possibly believe that staying with a brutal partner is a ‘choice’, rather than a counsel of desperation? Yet a major new report shows that too many of the…

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Instant Mashed Potatoes Are The Secret To Amazing Gnocchi

Most kitchen hacks fall into the don’t knock it ’till you try it camp: You’re going to get eye rolls until people experience the genius for themselves. And to be honest, a big ol’ eye roll was exactly what we did when we first read that a box of instant mashed potatoes is the key to the fluffiest gnocchi ever. It seems insane — barbaric, even — that a shortcut could actually produce better-tasting pasta. But get this: The internet is flipping out about it … in a really good way. When you break it down, the…

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