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Salt makes your food taste good, but consuming too much of it can sometimes cause high blood pressure which can ultimately lead to other health issues. We know many of you are facing this reality and we have a message for you: You’re not doomed to tasteless food. We’re here to show you the tricks and techniques that’ll reset your cooking habits. Ready to dive in?
Salt makes your food taste good, but consuming too much of it can sometimes cause high blood pressure which can ultimately lead to other health issues. We know many of you are facing this reality and we have a message for you: You’re not doomed to tasteless food. The beauty of home cooking is that you’re in control, and there are lots of creative ways to add flavor, while also avoiding excess salt.
Juicy, in-season tomatoes freshly picked from the vine (or from the market) just taste better. Which is why we think summer’s most-anticipated produce deserve the kind of care and attention a Nanna might prescribe! And just in case you don’t have an Italian granny to show you the way, here’s our guide to buying, preparing, and cooking with tomatoes.
You can make delicious homemade berry jam in minutes. No canning required! How great is that? Fresh summer strawberries get preserved all year 'round with this easy freezer jam. Raspberry Freezer Jam: Substitute 3 pints (6 cups) raspberries (3 cups crushed) for the strawberries. Increase sugar to 5 1/4 cups.
Have you ever paused in the baking aisle to wonder at all the varieties of flour? Why would anyone need anything more than a trusty blue and white bag of Gold Medal All-Purpose? Well as it turns out, using the right flour at the right time can make or break your brownies, cookies, cakes and even sauces! So, without further ado, here’s everything you ever wanted to know about flour.