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From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Millions of people get sick from undercooked food each year— many chalk it up to a stomach bug or the flu, but oftentimes the cause is the food in your own home. Using a thermometer makes sure you’ve killed those pesky bacteria lurking in your food.
Learn how to fry like a pro with this step-by-step guide.
How much fat should you eat each day, and what does it do? Find out.
Your body can’t make them, so the only way to get omega-3 fats is to eat them. Here’s why they’re so important and how to make sure you are getting enough.
Omega-3 fats get a lot of attention for their health benefits, what about omega-6? What’s the difference between these fats and is there any truth the rumors that they are bad for you?
No more poking or cutting into the meat to find out if it is cooked through ever again.
Who doesn’t love the savory crunch of fried foods? It's just the greasy aftertaste, stomachache and fat overload that leaves me wanting to break up. With a few tweaks, you can still make lighter versions of your fried favorites.
Get your electric mixers and cookie sheets ready – the holidays are prime time for baking enthusiasts. Fat ensures that your baked goods will be moist and tender (pretty important!) but you can dial down the fat content and still make them delectable. Here are some simple tips on lightening up your favorite treats.
Dial down the butter and oil and still make delectable baked goods with a few easy swaps from Food Network.
Good-for-you fats exist, and you need to start eating them.