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How to Cook Crab Legs
How to Make Crab Legs at Home
Substitute for Baking Soda
Do Vegetarians Eat Eggs?
7 Recipes You Can Make After You Learn How to Make Cheese Sauce
Can You Eat Raw Kale?
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How to Cook Swordfish
What to Put in Oatmeal: For Better Taste and Nutrition
Oatmeal is a great food – it’s nutritious and a great source of fiber. However, it doesn’t taste that good and can get boring on its own so people often use add-ins such as fruits to make it more palatable. You don’t have to use unhealthy ingredie...
Toxic Foods for Humans
Humans are one of those rare species on this planet who have a special talent to ignore the basic instinct for surviving. Sure, we're also capable of going above the limits of endurance by performing physical activities such as ultra-marathon ...
Hypoglycemia and Alcohol
Most people are aware that alcohol can have detrimental long-term effects on the liver. However, many people are unaware that in the short-term, alcohol can also cause hypoglycemia. Some symptoms of hypoglycemia include vision changes such as doub...
How to Tell If a Pineapple Is Ripe
It is more difficult to determine if a pineapple is ripe or not than it is with other fruits. Pineapple is different from other fruits because it gets its sweetness from the starches found at the plant’s base and stops ripening immediately af...
Watermelon for Babies: Good or Bad?
Watermelon is a succulent and wholesome fruit, and is endowed with a range of vitamins and antioxidants, which can keep you hydrated and refreshed, especially in the summer season. Additionally, the fruit is a perfect alternative to carb...
How to Cook Flank Steak
Flank steak is called so because it is the meat of the cow that is taken from its side, below the area of the ribs. Flank steak is a thin and fairly wide cut— at its thickest point. It is only 1 to 1-1/2 inches and is thinner toward one of its end...
How to Cut a Pomegranate
Prepared pomegranate seeds are attractive but whole seeds are cheaper. However, you may end up creating a purple mess in your kitchen if you do not know how to cut a pomegranate properly. You will find a compete tutorial on how to chop the delicio...
How to Make Croissants
On the first day, combine all dough ingredients in a stand mixer equipped with a dough hook. On low speed, mix for about 3 minutes, making sure to get the dough stuck on the sides of the bowl. For the next 3 minutes, mix on medium speed. Ligh...
Why Does Alcohol Burn?
You surely did something bizarre the last time you downed a shot of firewater or ethanol to let everybody around know that the alcohol nearly seared your guts. This sensation is what the industry stalwarts refer to as "feeling the burn"....
Get in Shape with Lemon Water Detox Drink
Whether you use them in the form of juice, teas, drinks, dressing or in the bath, take advantage of lemons’ natural healing power, as it is greatly beneficial for remaining healthy at all times.
How to Debone a Trout
Trout is rich in omega-3 fatty acids and contains low amounts of harmful mercury. The only obstacles when preparing a trout dinner is removing the bones in the fish. You can debone a trout easily and without creating a mess if you use the right te...
How to Cook Swordfish
Swordfish gives a dense steak cut and a solid texture. Swordfish is the preferred canvas for bold flavors because of its moderate and firm flesh flavor. It contains high amounts of mercury and hence should be consumed in moderation. Do not eat swo...