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Quick Bytes - 17 Feb 2012

Written by Cook Kosher on Friday, 17 February 2012. Posted in Food News

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Here are a few of the interesting links & bits that we've seen recently from the world of food & cooking. We hope you enjoy them and find them useful!

 

Fundamental Laws of Cooking?

Are there foods which are scientifically linked to go well together?

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 — de gustibus non est disputandum — there is an increasing rigor in the kitchen.  Read More
 
 

 

 

Tastebud Training

Here are ways for you to exercise your tastebuds to better understand and appreciate your food.
Tasting is hard. No, really—think about it. We put stuff in our mouths all day every day, and sure, hopefully we enjoy most of it. But how much do you actually think about what you're tasting?  Read More
 
 

 

 

Uses for Apple Peels

What do you do with leftover apple peels?

Rather than discarding apple peels, you can use them in a variety of recipes, as an air freshener or even as a natural cleanser.  Read More
 
 

 

 

 

Use Your Hand to Estimate Your Portions

Using only your hands, you can easily estimate your portions!

 Your kitchen scale may be great in the comfort of your home, but it's not practical to carry with you all day. Instead, just get to know the rough estimates with your hand.  Read More
 
 

 

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