Better Cooking Pots That Keep Steam Inside

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Water-soluble nutrients are responsible for many different functions in the body from good vision, healthy skin,  functioning of the nervous system to even building genetic material.  If the steam leaving a cooking pot is essentially most of the water soluble nutrients, shouldn’t a good cooking pot retain the steam instead of let it all go?  Find out in this article how steam can be naturally condensed when using a natural pure-clay pot?

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How to Cook Pasta?

Cooking Quiona in the Healthiest way

The directions are the same when cooking pasta in your pot. You don’t have to wait for the water to boil.
Add pasta to water on the stove (don’t wait for the water to boil), close the lid and let it cook, check the pot in 20-25 minutes. Using a fork, press the pasta against the wall of the pot to check if it’s cooked. If it’s not cooked give it a few more minutes, check again in a few minutes and turn the stove off when the pasta looks like it’s almost done. Turn the stove off and give it 5 minutes and until al dente…

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