There are many sayings and adages about food. Implement the provided tips as a means to improving your cooking skills.
You should know a few things before you cook anything on a skewer. When using metal skewers, opt for those that are square-shaped or twisted; these will hold onto food better than round models can.
You should store all herbs and spices in cool, dark places. If they are exposed to light, heat or humidity, they will lose much of their flavor. Ground spices, when stored correctly, can retain flavor for up to a year. Spices that are whole will retain flavor longer, closer to 3-5 years. If you keep them correctly, they will last a lot longer.
Have you ever needed to throw away moldy fruit and felt guilty about it? Are you tempted to just cut off the moldy part and save the rest for your meal? Unfortunately, there isn’t any way to save fruit that has begun to rot. Mold grows deeper than on the surface, and because it can make you sick, you should throw away any partially rotten fruit.
Apples are widely used in recipes during fall and winter, but they will spoil fast if incorrectly stored. Apples tend to rot in warm dry air, so tie them up loosely in plastic bags and store in a refrigerator or cool basement. Check them frequently, since if one apple goes bad, the rest will quickly follow.
Try adding cauliflower to your mashed potatoes to lower the fat content. Cauliflower does not have a strong taste and will be virtually undetectable when mixed with the potatoes and other ingredients. Cauliflower mixes easily with potatoes and will become hard to notice while reducing your intake of carbs.
Food is the source of life, having incredible power over us. These tips will give the the power make those you care about drool in awe.