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Making Better Dishes From Home

About a year ago, I started thinking carefully about how I wanted the rest of my life to go. I realized that I was significantly overweight and that I wasn't able to do the types of things that I wanted to do. Instead of of living the rest of my life unhappy and overweight, I decided to start working on eating healthier by choosing better foods. I decided to invest some time into cooking and reading about ingredients, and it really paid off. This blog is all about making better dishes from home, and knowing how to avoid weight gain through healthy eating.

A Rather Simple Startup Business: Coffee Services

If you are looking for a way to make some money and get started with a business in the food and beverage industry, look no further than coffee services (Five Star Water is a great example). While you will need to have a business license and check with the local health department on what type of facilities you will need, you would have to do this for any business in the industry. Read More 

Understanding The Differences Between Donut Shop And Breakfast Blend Coffees

If you want a great cup of coffee in the morning in a hurry, then your Keurig machine can do the trick and get you your coffee within about a minute. When you are ready to make that first cup as you try to wake up, then you may have to decide between a donut shop blend and a breakfast blend. While the two coffees may sound the same, they are actually quite different. Read More 

Tips For Making Fried Rice Like Your Favorite Chinese Restaurant

If you have been unsuccessful at recreating your favorite Chinese restaurant's fried rice at home, then you will be pleased to learn that you can be successful in the future by using some simple ingredients and techniques. To this end, here are some tips for making fried rice that tastes as amazing as the fried rice from your family's favorite Chinese restaurant: Tip: Use an Excessively Hot Wok to Cook Your Fried Rice Read More 

Diabetes-Friendly Cuisine: 5 Ways To Think Mexican

If you love the scrumptious taste of Mexican food, there is no reason to give it up entirely because you are a diabetic. You can adhere to your low-carb diet and still enjoy a tantalizing taste of Mexico at your favorite south of the border-style restaurant. Whether you are celebrating Cinco de Mayo or you're enjoying an everyday dining experience, here are 5 smart ways to (re)think Mexican food: 1. Think Beans: A staple in most Mexican dishes, beans make up a tasty part of various recipes. Read More