If you've read our article about eating enough protein and want to get really serious about getting the most out of your exercise program, then you might want to consider how much protein you eat after you exercise to get the most muscle-building benefits.
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Natural peanut butter may be delicious, but it does have the annoying habit of separating out. Storing it upside down can help, but if you find yourself confronted with an oily, un-spreadable jar of nut butter, use your hand mixer to smooth it out.
The vast majority of commercial nut milks — even the grower-owned, non-GMO versions you can buy refrigerated from the natural foods store — contain gums, emulsifiers and stabilisers. If you drink dairy milk alternatives and your goal is to eat as much real food as possible, follow this recipe to make any type of nut milk at home yourself.
Bechamel is a simple white sauce that can serve as a base for cheesy macaroni, creamy queso dip, white lasagna and all sorts of gratins. It's deceptively easy to make, and the above video can walk you through it.
While it's good to have healthy homemade meals just a microwave beep away, eating the same flavours for days gets boring fast. The next time you pop some protein in the oven, create sections with aluminium foil so you can use different seasonings and bake them all at once for delicious variety. Here's how.
If you do any sous vide cooking at all, you have most likely encountered a stubborn bag of food that just wouldn't sink. A vacuum-sealing system virtually eliminates this issue, but if you're not ready to invest in the pricey piece of equipment, Anova Culinary has some helpful tips for keeping your bags submerged.
Chicken under a brick isn't a new dish, and it's most often prepared on the grill, but this method from Bon Appetit combines everything I love about a 30 minute roast chicken: the time saved, the crispy skin, and of course, the hands-off preparation. In just a little time, you have a meal for the family.
Nutritionists have long argued that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. According to multiple studies, regularly eating a healthy breakfast can lower the risk of metabolic disorders and cardiovascular diseases. What else can happen if you keep skipping breakfast? Here are four ways it could affect your health.