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Old Tea Traditions

Posted on August 22, 2019 by Hunter Rigaud
Tea has been consumed in China for years and years, but other cultures are abundant with history of the popular beverage aswell.Two of these countries, Russia and England are suffering from decidedly different traditions through the years.It is said that drinking tea began in China where over 5000 years back, leaves from the plant accidentally fell into water being boiled for drinking.Obviously, it had been found to be very refreshing and it's really use became widespread...

Should You Bake Your Own Bread?

Posted on July 24, 2019 by Hunter Rigaud
Maybe you've never heard it before, nevertheless, you ought to be baking your personal bread.The main reason everyone should bake their very own bread is that it redeems you from years of bad health insurance and medical bills.How so?HOMEMADE BREAD IS HEALTHIERIt is a lot healthier to bake your personal bread rather than buying bread which has chemical additives, hydrogenated oils, unhealthy preservatives, and fattening sweeteners...

The History of Chinese Cuisine

Posted on June 19, 2019 by Hunter Rigaud
In China, food and its own preparation has been developed so highly that it has already reached the status of an art.Rich and poor, the Chinese people consider that delicious and nutritious food is really a basic necessity.There's a vintage Chinese saying "Food may be the first necessity of individuals".This art has been grown and refined over more than 100 years.Legend has it that the culture of Chinese cuisine started in the 15th century BC through the Shang dynasty and was originally introduced by Yi Yin, its first Prime Minister...

Basque Cuisine

Posted on May 4, 2019 by Hunter Rigaud
With its tumultuous and rich history, the Basque region, in Spain's north east, must be considered as one of it's most interesting.Once another kingdom but now absorbed into Spain, Basques are a still fiercely independent and proud race using their own cultural and language heritage.Surely in culinary circles that they have a lot to be proud of, the place is traditionally considered Spain's best for gastronomy and a seemingly endless production line of top chefs and Michelin stars have maintained the area's reputation as a gourmand's dream...

A Quick Guide to Cheese

Posted on April 12, 2019 by Hunter Rigaud
Cheese.It is a superbly versatile food.We use it to high pizzas, to scatter our spaghetti, to spread on crackers.And with no cheese, a grilled cheese sandwich could be nothing but buttered toast.Cheese is produced in many regions of the world, two of the most well known countries being France and Italy.There are many kinds of cheese, but they're all made in a similar manner.Milk and cream consist of 2 parts, the good milk fats, along with the whey...