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In the next few months, we will be providing you information and guide on the different types of pots and pans, food shelf life and ingredient substitutes.
We have some basic information below on cast iron cookware, ceramic cookware and non-stick cookware.
Cast Iron Cookware
Cast iron has a long history spanned more than 2 thousand years ago. Though they need more maintenance such as seasoning, the cookware has excellent properties in retaining heat for high temperature cooking. One of the best we reviewed is the most popular and ultra-durable Lodge L10SK3 cast iron skillet.
Enameled cast iron is another type of cast iron where seasoning is not required and doesn’t leech onto food.
Everyone wants to eat healthily and non-stick cookware can just achieve that. It does not need too much oil to cook and the best part is that food doesn’t gt stick to the pans.
However it is important to know that many non-stick pans emit toxic chemicals such as PFOA and PTFE, which are known to make Teflon. So whenever you are getting the cookware, make sure they are PTFE and PFOA free.
When ceramic cookware was introduced, it caused a buzz. Not in the bad way but rather very much the good way. When people mentioned ceramic, it simply reminds us of the word healthy and sturdy.
Unlike non-stick material, ceramic cookware sets are non-toxic and non-reactive. It will not cause any harm to your body. It has the feature to retain heat and give out heat evenly.
This type of cookware is really tough, it can withstand very high temperature and you can wash it any way you like.
Best Food Substitutes
Need some buttermilk replacements for your baking and cooking but ran out of it? There are 9 of the best alternatives that you can use without jeopardizing your cooking efforts!
Arrowroot, potato starch, tapioca and wheat flour are the common replacements for cornstarch. Read further to know more details and understand how they are being used effectively.
I always like to use Gochujang chili sauce over any other sauces in most korean dishes. However if I run out of that in my kitchen, I will choose any of this 3 hot chili pastes as an alternative.
Balsamic vinegar is a very unique one out of many vinegars. With a special sweet and sour taste, it is used in many recipes especially in salad dressing and chicken. If you run out, fret not. Here are more than 5 types of replacements you can use.
Can These Food Items Last?
How Long Can Hard Boiled Eggs Last
Ever wondered if you could keep the hard boiled eggs for days if you cooked too many of them. Here are the answers on how to store them properly and preserve them.
There are always some arguments on whether honey can expire or not, or whether you can get sick if not consumed within a certain time frame. Well…look no more because here is all you need to know about the shelf life and storage methods of honey.