Is It That Time Of Year Again? When To Pick Spaghetti Squash

It’s harvest time! It’s funny, but if you live in a tropical place, having a cooler season to do the harvest sounds amazing. I have learned, however, that in countries with four seasons, there are certain foods that can be harvested late summer or autumn, and spaghetti squash is one of them. Wouldn’t it be great to harvest when the air is cool and the temperature mild? Let me explain the basics of spaghetti squash farming and the best time to pick it. More… What Is Spaghetti Squash? What is spaghetti squash you may ask? Well, this delightful vegetable is a healthy looking yellowy orange…

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How To Make A Smoothie Without Yogurt: Some Fruit-Mix You Can Try!

Summer is almost over where I am now and the rainy season is starting. It was a fun summer with lots of beaches, food, and cool beverages. And talking about cool drinks, smoothies are never far behind. I had so many glasses of smoothies during the entire season, I can’t count them! Making smoothies without yogurt is quite a hit, as yogurt is expensive! Have you tried making them? Smoothies are thick cool drinks made out of assorted fruits and vegetables that are blended together with some ice, water, dairy, and sweeteners. It’s great if you are on a diet…

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Can You Freeze Alfredo Sauce? The Best Way To Extend Its Shelf Life

Sauces add flavor to your dishes. They’re the key to making your meals tasty. Because of this, there are so many sauces to choose from. You can use them on pasta, salads and with every meal. What’s your most frequently used sauce? Do you like Alfredo sauce? It’s a regular in my kitchen. It might sound complicated to make, but it’s really a simple sauce made from cream and mozzarella. You just need to do a bit of melting and whisking and that will do the trick! I am a fanatic about homemade sauce. I only buy sauces straight from…

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The Ultimate Guide To Cooking Delicious Mac And Cheese (2021 Edition)

Are you a pasta lover? Pasta is an old favorite for everyone. There are hundreds of cooking variations all over the world that use different kinds of pasta, as well as methods of cooking, taste, and style. You are about to learn about the most popular pasta recipe. It’s enjoyed by old and young, on both special and ordinary days, and has survived the test of time. In this Ultimate Guideline to Cooking Delicious Mac and Cheese, you will not only find out how to cook it, but also where it originated from. What Is Macaroni And Cheese? Mac and Cheese is a combination of pasta,…

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How To Make Badam Milk? I Have A Few Steps To Share!

Does this sound new to you? Good, as it never hurts to learn new things! This time, let’s focus on badam milk. Since you are curious, let’s find out what it is made of and discover its history. After this, we will learn how to make badam milk in a few simple steps. Are you all set? More… It first became famous in Pakistan and is now known worldwide. If, like me, this is the first time you’ve heard of this kind of milk, then maybe we’re so not up to date! This almond milk is mildly flavored with cardamom and…

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Learn How To Cook Brown Basmati Rice In A Uniquely Indian Style

Rice is the classical carbohydrate you often see on your plate. Whether it’s partnered with steak, egg, or steamed vegetables, no other starchy food can beat rice! What’s even more fantastic about rice is that it can be served in many different varieties. Here, we will be talking about a special version that came from the colorful culture of Asia – Basmati Rice. More… What Is Basmati Rice? It is considered to be one of the best varieties or rice. Basmati comes from the Sanskrit word “vasmati”, which means aromatic. This long-grained, fragrant, and nutty-flavored rice is cultivated in the beautiful fields of India…

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Can You Freeze Almond Milk? Yes, But Should You?

Are you lactose intolerant? Well, almond milk is not only lactose-free but also nutritious. It is one of the best alternatives to lactose-free milk. Certainly, if you are vegan or vegetarian, you’ll like it. But what will you do if you have bought too much at a sale? The first thing that comes to mind will be freezing. Can you freeze almond milk? If you’re still a bit hesitant or unsure about the process, let’s find out more about this subject so that we can be certain. More… Almond milk is a plant-based alternative to dairy products that is made…

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How To Cook Canned Corn? Let’s Make It In Four Fun Ways!

Do you stock up on canned goods in your pantry? This is a good idea because it is cheaper, more convenient and saves a lot of time. It may amaze you to know that corn also offer a lot of nutritional benefits too! It’s true, having several canned goods in my kitchen is essential, and corn is one of them. There are a number of varieties, including creamy kernels, whole, niblets and even young corn. It’s very versatile when you are cooking. What do you often use? You can store these cans in your pantry for an average of 5 years and use them in…

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Can You Freeze Blue Cheese? Here’s The Best Answer To This Question

Despite having a strong odor, blue cheese is a culinary delight that’s loved by most cheese connoisseurs. If you are a cheese fanatic, you might have had the problem of having too much blue cheese left over or been given a tub as a gift that you want to store. If so, you will have pondered one of life’s greatest mysteries and asked yourself, can you freeze blue cheese? Well, worry not, because the next part of the article will answer that question. Read more: Everything You Need To Know About Cream Cheese Expiration More… Can You Freeze Blue Cheese? The solution…

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Can You Freeze Cooked Spaghetti Squash, And If So, How?

It was a hearty meal indeed, but there’s lots of spaghetti squash remaining! How can it all be stored so that you can eat it later? You think about using the freezer, but is it a good idea? So, the question is: can you freeze cooked spaghetti squash? More… Spaghetti squash looks pretty much the same as other kinds of squash when it is opened. But it looks different when it is cooked, as the flesh shreds into thin strands that look similar to spaghetti noodles. I guess that is where it got its name. Other people call it noodles,…

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