Let’s talk food ingredients!
They are the most vital part of a recipe, don't you think? What happens when you see a great recipe somewhere you definitely want to try? Surely the needed ingredients won't come flying into your fridge or kitchen cupboard automatically. Would be handy though.
No, you take your iPhone (or pen and paper just like in the good old days) and start making a shopping list of what you need to purchase for the upcoming days:
Lots of questions sometimes! So the meaning behind this chapter is to
give some answers by taking you on a private tour in our kitchen
cupboard, pantry, fridge and freezer. We offer you a summary of the main
ingredients, herbs and seasonings you will regularly come across in our
recipes. We'll try to explain to you why, how and what we use. Which
kind of salt should you use on a Sunday roast? What does extra-virgin
olive oil mean? Is there a huge difference between white, green or pink
pepper and what specifically do you use it for? What is soy sauce made
of and how much of it can you consume daily? You will find all the
answers right here! We also provide some extra tips and tricks
concerning storage, purchase and what prices you can expect in the
Last but not least every single food ingredient chat
ends with a brief and simple summary from a medical point of view,
things you might already be aware of anyway. Is salt good for you? What
does olive oil to your body? Is fish sauce healthy and why (not)? All
this information is purely based on our own kitchen experiences and
local supermarket products which can differ from what you might think or
experience. It's just a sole opinion!
Do you want more detailed information? Do you know additional tips and tricks we forgot to mention or do not know of? Maybe you disagree on something? Don't hesitate and please contact us! We are just 2 simple but very keen foodie home cooks enchanted to share our passion and love for food with you and open to embrace new knowledge about food. We would be happy to learn about food ingredients from you!
Let's take a tour in out kitchen: