Red-braised sous vide pork belly, a traditional classic Chinese recipe turned revolutionarily simple with the original melt-in-your-mouth texture and the authentic flavors!
Apples can last for one week at room temperature and one month to a year in cold storage. Apples are little pieces of heaven, so here’s how to keep your apples longer!
Does tea expire? There’s no harm in brewing a cup of tea even beyond its best-by date, as long as it’s free of moisture and other contaminants, but the flavor and efficacy diminish over time.
How long does cooked quinoa last? With proper storage, cooked quinoa can last for up to a week in the fridge and eight to twelve months in the freezer.
A step-by-step guide to sous vide carrots along with a spiced honey-butter carrot recipe that changes your carrot game forever!
Does baking soda go bad? When it comes to baking soda, “bad” implies losing its potency—which means it might be ineffective for baking if it sits for too long in your kitchen cabinet. But it shouldn’t go straight to disposal! Find out its shelf life and how to determine if it’s still good for baking.
Does soy sauce go bad? Generally no. When properly stored, its shelf life can go past beyond its best-before date. Soy sauce is naturally loaded with sodium, and it’s not a good place for microorganisms. That’s why it’s safe to consume even after several years with proper storage.
Perfectly tender and juicy sous vide chicken breast paired with sous vide asparagus makes a fabulous low-carb and gluten-free meal. Meal prep tips included.
Served with tzatziki and seasoned with all the right spices, these lamb kabobs are perfect for a quick Greek-inspired dinner. Ready in 40 minutes or less.
Upgrade your next brunch with this baked frittata recipe. It’s filling, ready in 30, and easy to customize based on the ingredients you already have.