How Much Corn Is On A Cob?

Question: How Much Corn is on a Cob? What is a serving of corn on the cob? Answer: About 3/4 Cup of Corn is contained on one ear of corn. Although the size of a cob of corn can vary slightly, depending upon variables such…

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Uses For Cornstarch

Cornstarch Uses Cornstarch is the go to product for thickening sauces and gravies, but otherwise it tends to just sit on the shelf. It’s a good thing that it has a long shelf life, but ever wonder what else you can do with this fine…

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Wild vs Farmed Salmon

Wild vs Farmed Salmon The wild vs farmed salmon issue is important for a few reasons outlined below. If purchasing the entire fish, there are subtle differences that the experts can spot. No pun intended… but farmed salmon have large black spots on their gill…

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S’more Dessert Bites

S’more Dessert Bite Ideas If you’re like most people, you’re often looking for s’more dessert. For me, it’s usually just a bite to satisfy my sweet tooth. An entire s’more is sweet and filling, but just a bite can be complete satisfaction if assembled correctly….

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Layered Drinks – for a Happy 4th of July

Layered Drinks for the 4th Summertime, fireworks, picnics and of course red, white and blue everywhere possible… common thoughts of July 4th in America. Why not combine those fine colors into layered drinks? Here are a few different layered drink possibilities to proudly display the…

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How To Warm Tortillas

How To Warm Tortillas? Question: How to warm tortillas? How to heat corn tortillas? How to warm flour tortillas? Answer: Tortillas are as versatile to warm as they are to use in recipes. A tortilla that has been warmed is so much tastier and pliable…

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How To Use Chia Seeds

How To Use Chia Seeds Chia products, most prominently Chia seeds, are popping up everywhere in groceries. There are many different chia products on the market to choose from, but the seeds are now enjoying most of the popularity as a tiny energy booster. We’ll…

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What is Molasses?

What Is Molasses? Question: What is Molasses? Answer: Molasses is the juice from the sugarcane plant. Once the sugarcane is cut and crushed the juices are extracted and boiled and then placed into a high-speed crystallizer. The dark, sweet, thick and flavorful amber colored syrup…

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Is Kale Good For You?

Is Kale Good For You? Is kale good for you? Yes, Kale is very good for you! You probably already knew that since it is leafy and green vegetable, but kale actually goes above and beyond the normal good for you label. The health benefits…

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Do Hard Boiled Eggs Have To Be Refrigerated?

Do Hard Boiled Eggs have to be Refrigerated? Question: Do hard boiled eggs have to be refrigerated? Answer: If you are going to eat them, the answer to do hard boiled eggs have to be refrigerated is a resounding YES! Hard boiled eggs must be…

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