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Cooking Cheat Sheet Infographic

Cooking Cheat Sheet Infographic | Healthy Cooking Everyday | Scoop.it
I love infographics! And this infographic has a ton of useful information. I simply had to share it. So next time you need to plan a meal, here are quick cooking cheat sheets. Click on the image to zoom in on the part that interests you.
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Organic Produce Reduces Exposure to Pesticides - Stanford University Study

September 3, 2012 ENVIRONMENTAL WORKING GROUP

New study by scientists at Stanford Univ. show eaters can reduce their pesticide intake from fruits and veggies, and consume fewer antibiotic-resistant bacteria in meat by choosing organic versions of both according to researchers at Stanford University who reviewed a massive body of scientific studies on the much-debated issue.... http://ow.ly/drjHm


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Are There Fundamental Laws of Cooking? | Wired Science | Wired.com

Are There Fundamental Laws of Cooking? | Wired Science | Wired.com | Healthy Cooking Everyday | Scoop.it
Cooking is a field that has in recent years seen a shift from the artistic to the scientific. While there are certainly still subjective and somewhat impenetrable qualities to one's cuisine, there is an increasing rigor in the kitchen.
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La Tavola Marche: How to Jar Tomatoes in 6 Simple Steps

La Tavola Marche: How to Jar Tomatoes in 6 Simple Steps | Healthy Cooking Everyday | Scoop.it

Time Saving Tip: There is no need to peel the tomatoes first. When you open the jars to use them - pass them through a food mill.

Here's how we jar/preserve our tomatoes in Italy:
The most common tomato used for jarring is San Marzano but we use a mixture of our heirloom tomatoes with the San Marzanos. 

Pick tomatoes when ripe. Leave in a cool dry place to deepen in flavor & mature for a couple days. Once they are nice & soft, deep red it's time to jar. Wash well. Slice in half & scoop out most of the seeds (if they are large, cut in half again or into chunks.) Toss into a colander to drain. In a clean jar pack in your tomatoes nice & tight - using a wooden spoon to push out all the air between the tomatoes. This process is very important - be thorough. When jars are full to the top add a pinch of salt and tightly close the lid. Wrap jars in newspaper (to prevent banging around in the pot). Place jars in the biggest pot you have - it must be deep enough to fully submerge the jars. ONLY if your pot is tall enough - you can add a rack on top of your jars & add a second layer. DO NOT stack jars without a rack. 5. Fill the pot with water ...

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Why Cooked Food Is Good | Wired Science | Wired.com

Why Cooked Food Is Good | Wired Science | Wired.com | Healthy Cooking Everyday | Scoop.it
Why do we cook our food? There are the classic answers: It tastes better, lasts longer, and can get rid of bacteria. But in the past decade or so, there has been a growing discussion of whether we cook food because it makes digesting more efficient.
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