HubMob Weekly Topic: Cooking Ingredients

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  1. Princessa profile image87
    Princessaposted 8 years ago

    HubMob Weekly Topic: Cooking Ingredients

  2. True Blue Tips profile image70
    True Blue Tipsposted 8 years ago

    If you are a vegetarian cook or are planning to have more vegetarian meals, then you need to have a well stocked pantry. Having the ingredients you need on hand will make your life as a vegetarian cook easier. read more

  3. Jennifer profile image84
    Jenniferposted 8 years ago

    Calcium is an essential nutrient for our bodies and most people get their calcium from dairy.  A lot of dairy has even been fortified with Vitamin D - which helps our bodies absorb calcium.  Our bodies need calcium for muscle contraction, blood... read more

  4. Purple Perl profile image58
    Purple Perlposted 8 years ago

    Rice is a staple food and the source of carbohydrates for
    most Indians, particularly in South India. It is grown in vast paddy fields,
    and available throughout the year in supermarkets and grocery stores. Indian
    households buy large quantities of... read more

  5. barryrutherford profile image80
    barryrutherfordposted 8 years ago

    Rice the Staple Diet- As you have probably gathered this is my first hub in the current  food challenge on Hub pages contest Eat Drink & Be Hubalicious .     The title should I think should  have been ' Ready steady Hub ' given the pre-competition... read more

  6. Gerber Ink profile image85
    Gerber Inkposted 8 years ago

    A list of the most common garlic varieties from raw to strong. Includes information on hardneck versus softneck and where to buy gourmet varieties. read more

  7. Patty Inglish, MS profile image92
    Patty Inglish, MSposted 8 years ago

    Just what is Meunster Cheese and what makes it different from other types of cheeses? Whatever it is, it is delicious. read more

  8. calicoaster profile image77
    calicoasterposted 8 years ago

    Did you know that every season can give you better health and emotional benefits with a particular set of food and cooking ingredients? Check out these foods specific for each of the Five Seasons. read more

  9. barryrutherford profile image80
    barryrutherfordposted 8 years ago

    African and Asian rice are grown in two ways depending on the location and climate where it is planted. There are two types of growing rice in certain parts of the country. One of it is called lowland rice. Rice is grown in flooded plains called... read more

  10. Chin chin profile image93
    Chin chinposted 8 years ago

    Soybeans are made into many edible products. This hub features the different food products from soybeans, such as bean curd or tofu, soybean oil, soy flour, soy grits, protein concentrate and textured vegetable protein or TVP. read more

  11. febriedethan profile image75
    febriedethanposted 8 years ago

    Brown Rice (oryza sativa or hulled rice) or in my language is called Beras Merah is not milled rice or half-milled rice. so it can be called whole grain. Brown rice has nutty taste and a little more chewy than the white rice. Even though brown rice... read more

  12. abidareacode profile image71
    abidareacodeposted 8 years ago

    Rice is the major food item of two third of
    human race. The name of paddy was mentioned in ancient Indian epics. It is
    heard that rice was cultivated in China in very ancient time. Hence it is
    assumed that either India or China is the country of... read more

  13. IzzyM profile image88
    IzzyMposted 8 years ago

    Oats are one of the best healthy food choices you can make. Filling and nutritious, oats are good for you. How can you make your morning porridge without oats? Grown throughout the world, oats are used in many dishes and even in many industries. read more

  14. habee profile image94
    habeeposted 8 years ago

    There are tons of American recipes for corn, and it's a southern food favorite! Few things say "summer" better than corn-on-the-cob dripping with melted butter. When you bite into a perfect ear of corn, the kernels explode in your mouth with sweet... read more

  15. alexandriaruthk profile image77
    alexandriaruthkposted 8 years ago

    Where to Buy Rice in The United States. As a migrant in the United States (US), when I first arrived here, I wonder where I could buy rice. Rice has been my staple food and I grew up eating it like most South East Asian people do. I figured that... read more

  16. Sandyspider profile image74
    Sandyspiderposted 8 years ago
  17. Pamela99 profile image92
    Pamela99posted 8 years ago

    Dried beans are one of nature's healthiest foods. They are a good source of protein. This article covers all the benefits and research findings. The ways of cooking beans is also shown. read more

  18. habee profile image94
    habeeposted 8 years ago

    Learn all about dried beans here, including different varieties and tips for buying and storing. read more

  19. alexandriaruthk profile image77
    alexandriaruthkposted 8 years ago

    Eat Rice to Boost your Energy and Health. I remember my mother used to tell me to eat rice so that I have the energy to go to school, learn and then I can still play outside. She is correct, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) stated... read more

  20. alexandriaruthk profile image77
    alexandriaruthkposted 8 years ago

    Various Kinds of Whole Grains and its Benefits. There are various kinds of whole grains and we need the nutrients we can get from such healthy foods for our daily activities. Whole grains are preferred rather than the refined ones as it is rich in... read more

  21. classicalgeek profile image85
    classicalgeekposted 8 years ago

    Whether you call them garbanzo beans, chickpeas, Indian peas, ceci beans, or Bengal grams, these beans are nutritious and tasty in a variety of ways, including being an essential ingredient in hummus! read more

  22. calicoaster profile image77
    calicoasterposted 8 years ago

    Oatmeal Health Benefits : The article talks about many health benefits of eating oats and oatmeal. read more

  23. wyanjen profile image80
    wyanjenposted 8 years ago

    Can vegetarians get complete nutrition if they never eat meat? You bet. And all it takes are two simple, timeless ingredients: beans and rice. read more

  24. soni2006 profile image80
    soni2006posted 8 years ago

    How to buy legumes?



    Though legumes can last very long, almost for the
    whole season in air tight containers in your kitchen, but you should try to buy
    new legumes on a frequent basis. Always check while buying that they should be
    smooth and... read more

  25. cupid51 profile image75
    cupid51posted 8 years ago

    Turmeric is produced
    from the root of a plant whose scientific name is  Curcuma longa. Raw turmeric
    has a tough brown skin and a deep orange flesh. It has a very interesting taste
    and aroma. Its flavor is slightly peppery and a little bitter while... read more

  26. classicalgeek profile image85
    classicalgeekposted 8 years ago

    If your family is searching for a delicious, adaptable legume, lentils provide great nutrition, go with soups, stews, rice, and are a great side dish! Try some of the varieties available for yourself! read more

  27. Pamela99 profile image92
    Pamela99posted 8 years ago

    This article discusses flaxseed and all benefits. The exact nutritional value is shown. Vegetarians typically use flaxseeds in their diets and in the form or seeds, ground seed and flax seed oil. read more

  28. prettydarkhorse profile image62
    prettydarkhorseposted 8 years ago

    All About Rice : Variety, Health Benefits, Storage and Where to Buy It. Rice is a cereal grain which is the staple food of more than half of the worlds population. Growing up in South East Asia. it is part of my meal everyday and even up to now that... read more

  29. barryrutherford profile image80
    barryrutherfordposted 8 years ago

    Cheese is an important food group.  Gournet cheese is for those seeking finer tastes and variety. read more

  30. barryrutherford profile image80
    barryrutherfordposted 8 years ago

    To fully appreciate a cheese’s flavour, aroma and texture, never serve it cold. Take it out of the refrigerator an hour or two before serving – less, in very hot weather – to allow it to come to room temperature (17ºC is ideal).  A classic... read more

  31. febriedethan profile image75
    febriedethanposted 8 years ago

    If I think about the word forbidden..I just think about fruit and city but now I learn about the other forbidden thing, the forbidden rice. Actually, this kind of rice is pretty easy to find in my country. It's called forbidden rice because only... read more

  32. IzzyM profile image88
    IzzyMposted 8 years ago

    Campbeltown Creamery,which makes Mull of Kintyre Cheddar Cheese, operate on the site of an old malt whisky distillery, and has been making cheese for over 100 years. Up until the late 1970s, they also made sweet condensed milk and skimmed milk powder, but then they modernised their cheese-making equipment and upped their production of their ever popular cheeses. read more

  33. Chin chin profile image93
    Chin chinposted 8 years ago

    This hub is a simple guide on the proper way of freezing cheese, butter and yogurt. It also gives some notes on how to thaw them the right way. read more

  34. Patty Inglish, MS profile image92
    Patty Inglish, MSposted 8 years ago

    Cilantro is sometimes called Chinese parsley, but it originates with the coriander plant or the Latin Coriander sativum. read more

  35. Pamela99 profile image92
    Pamela99posted 8 years ago

    This article is about milk, all the different types and the recommended servings by the AHA. It gives you all the nutritional information about the different types of milk that is available. read more

  36. Princessa profile image87
    Princessaposted 8 years ago

    Considered a European luxury product in the United States, in France a piece of Roquefort along with a freshly baked bread is staple food for farmers!

    What is so special about Roquefort Cheese?

    The Roquefort is a blue cheese made exclusively with raw ewe’s milk and produced in the Roquefort region of the South of France.  Like many other products in France and Europe Roquefort cheese is protected by legislation to conserve the quality and uniqueness of the product. read more

  37. alexandriaruthk profile image77
    alexandriaruthkposted 8 years ago

    Different Kinds of Dairy :: All We Need To Know About Dairy. Dairy products are food products which can be derived from animals such as cows, buffalo's milk, carabao and goat, sheeps, yaks or horses too. A production plant is usually called a dairy... read more

  38. alexandriaruthk profile image77
    alexandriaruthkposted 8 years ago

    Different Kinds of Cheese :: All We Need to Know About Cheese. Growing up in South East Asia, my family don't eat a lot of cheese, although we drink fresh milk from animals specifically -- carabao. This is a type of animal with same feature as a cow... read more

  39. barryrutherford profile image80
    barryrutherfordposted 8 years ago

    Cheese and wine dinner parties are a simpler more time efficient way to throw a dinner party. read more

  40. cupid51 profile image75
    cupid51posted 8 years ago

    Mango is the national fruit of India. It is available in almost all parts of I Indiaexcept the hill areas.  In India mango isused since immemorial time; its citation is found in the old mythologicalhistory of Hindus and was regarded as the “Food... read more

  41. classicalgeek profile image85
    classicalgeekposted 8 years ago

    French AOC cheeses are a delight to explore, but if you don't know your way around a cheese board, it can be very intimidating! Fortunately, a little knowledge goes a long way in improving your confidence, and with a little experimentation, you will really be able to impress your friends with your esoteric knowledge of AOC regulations! read more

  42. classicalgeek profile image85
    classicalgeekposted 8 years ago

    The French AOC designation means that you are getting the real thing. Learn about the AOC varieties of French sheep milk cheeses. read more

  43. rmcrayne profile image96
    rmcrayneposted 8 years ago

    New to a vegan diet or casein free diet?  This is an overview of dairy substitute products for milk, cheese, butter and eggs.  References and resources included. read more

  44. classicalgeek profile image85
    classicalgeekposted 8 years ago

    AOC -- your assurance of quality and of getting "the real thing"! If you have never tried these jealously protected, incredibly diverse French goats' milk cheeses, why wait? Learn about the different varieties and impress your friends with your arcane knowledge! read more

  45. IzzyM profile image88
    IzzyMposted 8 years ago

    Parsley is one of the most versatile of herbs and one that no kitchen garden should be without. Learn how easy it is to grow parsley and prepare it for use in the kitchen. read more

  46. Pamela99 profile image92
    Pamela99posted 8 years ago

    Cheese is loved by most people and this article discusses how to make cheese and different cheese varieties, along with some easy recipes for delicious cheese dishes. Info - American Cheese Society. read more

  47. LensMan999 profile image51
    LensMan999posted 8 years ago

    Herbs are plants which are used in foods and also have excellent medicinal value. There are different types of herbs, some which are used for culinary purposes and some which are used for medicinal purposes.  Herbs which are used in food recipes are... read more

  48. alexandriaruthk profile image77
    alexandriaruthkposted 8 years ago

    Facts About Milk :: Milk as Cooking Ingredient. Milk is a rich source of calcium. It is produced by the glands of mammals, humans included. They are processed in a sense so as to be sold and can be used by households. Raw milk is rich in essential... read more

  49. classicalgeek profile image85
    classicalgeekposted 8 years ago

    Looking for a delicious, easy to grow herb that will attract bees to your garden and spice up your cooking? Look no further than this Renaissance favourite, winter savory! read more

  50. classicalgeek profile image85
    classicalgeekposted 8 years ago

    Although sorrel has been known and loved for thousands of years, most people have never heard of it. However, sorrel is delicious, and can add a real zest to your recipes, as well as being a great source of micronutrients. Try sorrel for yourself and see how great it is! read more

 
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