Stirfry

Look in a supermarket today and you will find a selection of food labeled gluten free, allergen free, dairy free, or lactose free. These products are usually limited, and extremely expensive. So for a person who is allergic to wheat, dairy and many nuts, how does on eat healthily, allergen free, and inexpensively? My answer to this question is stir fry.

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Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management

People today seem to think that culinary arts and hospitality management is the same field of work but, these two fields are entirely different in many aspects. There are a lot of careers that can be found that use both aspects of culinary and hospitality however, there are more choices for hospitality careers than there are culinary. Which of these two different yet similar fields dominates the other? Taking into account the classes needed to become a manager, the available career choices in hospitality, and the salaries a manager can earn, one can argue that hospitality management is the better career field to work in than culinary arts.

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Building a Peanut Butter and Jelly

Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches may be one of the most popular sandwiches that comes to mind once the question is asked, “ What was your favorite sandwich growing up as a child” Many may not know that the origin of this PB&J sandwich has yet to be determined. However, what is known is that in World War II soldiers where given Peanut butter and jelly in their food rations. Many say that the soldiers combined the peanut butter to the jelly because that made it easier to eat. This sandwich is now eaten by many, young and old. There are six easy steps to create and enjoy this sandwich.

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The Origin of the Sucker

How may licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop you ask? Who knows. This statement is a usless advertising campaign because it will take different amount of licks per person. Some people have huge tounges, some people have midge tounges, some people have extra saliva which helps to dissinegrate candy coated chocolate better, and some people (like your boyfriend for instance) have dry mouths which will almost double the amount of licks needed.

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Food Additives: The Hazardous side

Food additives have been used to preserve foods for centuries. Salt, being one of the first additives, was primarily used to preserve meats due to its antimicrobial properties. Additives have long evolved since simply being salt. Modern day food additives are complex chemical formulas in high demand due to our need to mass produce and globally transport food items while maintaining nutritional value, marketability and freshness. The food industry is a multi-billion dollar, intensely competitive market. Due to the high needs and potential high gains of the industry, some of these additives may not actually be safe as we are led to

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Firewood Oven to the Microwave Oven

The firewood oven has features that can’t be spoken in technical words, once there’s an entire original contest of its existence. The idea of fire refers to the ancient idea of a meeting, protection, feeding or heat. The firewod oven helps us to symbolize the houses’ interior with an image of a family meeting, preparing food and keeping thmeselves warm. Besides, ot´s a very economic device.That´s how the tecnologic evolution of a household instrument, which is quite necessary nowadays, starts.

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