Slow Cooking with MEC: Inside a Crockpot or on Stovetop? Find out which one is better and healthier?
A time consuming yet popular method of cooking these days is slow cooking, especially because of the level of convenience it provides by requiring no babysitting. MEC has revolutionized conventional slow cooking by making it a lot healthier and greatly reducing the cooking time:
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The recent outbreak of COVID-19, a respiratory illness caused by the new coronavirus has created a state of emergency around the globe as the number of confirmed infected patients is rising day by day. Although, the most trusted sources of information like WHO have advised people to maintain hygiene to protect them from getting infected, …Read More
Rice is a staple for most of the world’s population probably because it is available everywhere, is easy to cook and is delicious especially when coupled with other dishes. Cooking rice that is soft, fluffy and each grain separate from one another is every cook’s dream! However, some consider it impossible to cook such rice …Read More
If you are a healthy cook and find yourself worrying if the cookware you are using is truly safe, then you are not alone. While our ancestors were satisfied with the health benefits of cooking in clay, the modern age cookware manufacturers used all kinds of metals, alloys and ceramics for making cookware. To make …Read More
A pressure cooker is quite useful when it comes to cooking certain time-consuming foods like soaked dry beans, lentils, meats and some vegetables. It uses excessive steam pressure to force the food to cook quickly. Before opening the locked lid, all the steam must be released through a vent. If we talk about the design, …Read More
A conventional pressure cooker consists of a metal pot with a well-fitting lid and several other parts. Basically, it generates extreme steam pressure inside the pot to coerce the food to cook a lot quicker than it would have otherwise while saving time.
On the other hand, a pure clay pressure cooker cooks the same food in pretty much the same time by letting food …Read More
Cooking rice and grains is a bit more complex than cooking other foods, if you don’t know the right way. While less heat may leave them uncooked or unevenly cooked, heating them too much may make them mushy and lose their natural taste. Similarly, while adding too much water may make them watery, using less water may cause them to …Read More
Slow cooking is popular these days as a convenient way of cooking, especially for those who don’t have time to babysit their food while cooking. Recipes like bone broth, soups and stews are commonly cooked in slow cookers. All you need to do is put all the ingredients in the crockpot and leave it …Read More