Would you love to try to make some bagel bites but don’t know how long you should cook them in the oven, toaster, or microwave? Then you’re in for a treat as I’ll share with you the ideal bagel bites cook time for each cooking method.
This is a family favorite and we have been making it for years. Here are some true and tested methods you should try to make your own bagel bites at home.Continue Reading
Some natural foods aficionados believe that yogurt can stay safe at room temperature for several hours. Although this may be true, how long can yogurt sit out exactly? You should know the answer so you don’t end up eating a bad yogurt, which can be dangerous to your health.
I love eating yogurt but sometimes I forget to return the leftovers back in the refrigerator after opening it. One would reckon that since this is a dairy product, it can go bad quickly. Here are things you should know to help you figure out how long you can allow your yogurt to sit out without spoiling.Continue Reading
How long does hummus last? What is its shelf life when stored in the fridge and freezer? All these questions and a lot more will be answered in this article.
Whether homemade or packaged, your hummus can go bad if not stored properly. I’ve had several bad experiences of having a ton of homemade hummus going bad on me and because of those experiences, I swore to myself that I’ll never waste any of it more. If you’re interested in knowing the exact shelf life of hummus, keep on reading the article below.Continue Reading
Are you new to cooking? If you are, then you're probably baffled by how many recipes call for canning salt. But what is canning salt exactly? This question had bothered me when I was making brined pickles for the first time!
To the untrained eye, canning salt is no different than kosher and table salt. But it is different! How? Keep reading to find out what canning salt's special purpose.Continue Reading
If you’re new to cooking, you might have asked yourself this question, “Does flour go bad?” You need to know the answer to this simple question because it’s critical in baking. Using bad flour may affect the texture and structure of your finished product, especially for chewy cookies and bread.
I had dealt with this same problem before when I was planning to make bread and all I had was a one-year-old flour in my pantry. To help those with the same flour issue, let me share with you what I have learned so far.Continue Reading