If you are thinking of trying to improve your diet, and you also want to do your bit in helping the planet, one option is to go vegan. A vegan diet is a relatively easy thing to have, as long as you know how to approach it.
Kids are notoriously picky eaters. They’ll try to avoid any food that’s unfamiliar, whether it be a vegetable or an animal protein. How can you convince them to give something new a chance? Here are some excellent ways to persuade children to try new food.
Thinking about becoming a Vegan? This post answers many questions beginners have about veganism.
Steak. The king of meat. From the blue cheese smell of a raw, well-aged cut to the delectable, sweet, and smoky taste of a well-grilled chunk of beef, there’s nothing like it. But there’s nothing sadder than poorly cooked beef steaks. First of all, it’s a terrible waste of good food, and second, there’s no reason why you can’t have a steak like a professional chef.
We all heard understand, on some level, that eating a well-balanced diet is important for general health. But what does that mean on a practical day-to-day, in the kitchen, basis? Though it is important for each of us to discover what is best for our bodies, there are some basic principles that appear to benefit the majority of people. I will cover some of the more universal nutritional tips here.