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How to Pop the Perfect Popcorn

06th April 2010
Folks can now easily make popcorn at home or purchase it from neighborhood retailers. You will find grocery retailers that market sugar-free, reduced-calorie caramel corn, plain salted unbuttered instant popcorn, and several other kinds. Corn kernels are ... Read >
Author: Homer Lowe

What Vitamins Are Most Important for My Age Group?

08th February 2010
When faced with the massive variety of vitamins available on the market, the average consumer might feel justifiably overwhelmed by all the choices. Just as health needs can differ significantly at different ages, different types of vitamins and supplemen... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

What Is Hyperthyroid Diet?

01st December 2009
If you are one of the many sufferers of hyperthyroidism you have probably been told that you must use ahyperthyroid diet to control its affects. This condition is caused when the thyroid becomes overactive and makes much more thyroid hormone than the body... Read >
Author: Chris Cornell

How to make a basic meatloaf from scratch.

19th July 2009
If meatloaf is in your comfort food class then most likely you grew up with it. Comfort foods are like that. They bring back the memories of adolescence and the great smells and tastes from Mom's kitchen. In all probability my mother's meatloaf recipe, th... Read >
Author: Frederick Vivian

Quickest Way to Lose Fat - The Calorie Shifting Diet Plan

01st May 2009
The quickest way to burn fat is to follow a fad diet program that promises rapid weight loss results in the shortest time period possible. The calorie shifting diet is one such example of a diet that can help you reach your goal. If followed properly, thi... Read >
Author: HK

The Importance Of Food Elements

31st March 2009
The effects of food are to promote growth, provide the strength and warmth, and provide equipment for the repair of waste is carried out continuously in the body. Every breath, every thought, every movement, performs part of the delicate and wonderful hou... Read >
Author: ali

You Can Use Soda And Cream Of Tartar As Leavening Agents

26th March 2009
SODA AND CREAM OF TARTAR.--Some housewives are inclined to use soda and cream of tartar for leavening purposes; but there is really no advantage in doing this when baking powder can be obtained, for some baking powders are a combination of these two ingre... Read >
Author: Justin Skinner

Starch Sugar And Cellulose

25th March 2009
STARCH, one of the chief forms of carbohydrates, is found in only the vegetable kingdom. It is present in large quantities in the grains and in potatoes; in fact, nearly all vegetables contain large or small amounts of it. It is stored in the plant in the... Read >
Author: Jennifer Skipp

Information About Cereals

13th March 2009
CARBOHYDRATE IN CEREALS.--The food substance found in the greatest proportion in cereals is carbohydrate in the form of starch. Cereals contain many times more starch than any of the other food substances, rice, which is fully three-fourths starch, contai... Read >
Author: Jennifer Skipp

Different Ways To Cook Your Cereal

12th March 2009
COOKING CEREALS BY BOILING.--Very often the cereal, after it is set, is allowed to cook slowly until it is ready to serve; that is, the method of boiling is practiced. This method, however, is not to be recommended, because it is not economical. Cereals c... Read >
Author: Jackson Sloat

Tips on Dining Out when You Have Hypoglycemia

16th January 2009
People with hypoglycemic symptoms very often think that they cannot go out to dine because restaurants won't cater to them. In fact restaurants, especially since the 'credit crunch', will go out of their way to accommodate hypoglycemics. Don't only thi... Read >
Author: Noel Glass

Carrom Accessories and Coins

15th December 2008
The total Carrom game accessories comprise of a Carrom game board, black and white pieces or coins with a red coin, game rules booklet and a striker. Carom board is a wooden square board made of lacquered plywood with smooth surface consists of hardwood b... Read >
Author: Sharon Samraj

Dog Skin Problems And How To Diagnose Them

25th January 2008
Dogs do not have the same reaction symptoms individuals do. A dog's reaction to an allergy often comes in the form of dog skin problems, such as excessive itching and biting as well as generating a poor quality coat of fur. Anal itching and chronic ear in... Read >
Author: ron king

Trouble With Digesting Nuts

07th January 2008
How to Digest Nuts Better: Behind the Scenes Salting, roasting, toasting, soaking - what helps, what hinders and why do so many people have problems with eating nuts? Here is a step by step breakdown of the digestive process, and how nuts are impacted ... Read >
Author: Matty Byloos

What Did You Eat for Breakfast?

18th August 2005
"What Did You Have For Breakfast?" Why is eating a good breakfast so important? Let's find out. What did you have for breakfast? Nothing? Sweet roll and juice, donuts and coffee. Or bacon, eggs, toast with jam, juice, milk. What you eat for breakfast dete... Read >
Author: Kathy Thompson
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