Are you planning to cook shrimp for dinner but don’t know how to defrost them properly? Then, you don’t have to cancel your dinner plans just yet because I’ll be showing you how to defrost shrimp using 2 easy methods.
At first, I was hesitant to buy frozen shrimps because I thought defrosting them would be strenuous. What I wanted to buy were fresh shrimps so I can cook them right away, but most supermarkets I visited only offer the frozen ones.
Since I don’t know how to defrost them, I searched online for some easy ways. Here are the defrosting methods which I think are great in keeping the texture of shrimps before cooking.
There are very few fruits that I am actually fond of eating and grapes are one of them. I can go a month without any fruit in my diet, but the moment I have grapes in my fridge, I simply can’t seem to stop opening my fridge to grab some of them to munch on.
There are times though when I end up getting the seeded variety rather than the seedless ones and I find it rather annoying having to get the seeds out. Question to ponder, can you eat grape seeds without having to worry about it?
How do you know when is honeydew ripe, ready to be picked, or ready to be eaten? Either you are planning to grow them in your backyard garden, or have purchased a matured honeydew from the market, knowing when it is ripe and ready to eat can make the difference between completely wasting a supposed to be good fruit or enjoying it at its best.
Carbohydrates or carbs are getting a bad rep these days because everyone is attempting to reduce their carb intake, yet they are needed to fuel us with energy. Just like any sweet foods, the carbs in beets can be bad for you, but they are full of nutrients which can be a bit redeeming.
My fascination in beets started when I discovered how delicious and nutritious they are. However, when I learned that beets are rich in carbohydrates, it made me want to determine if they are good or bad. Know what I discovered by continue reading below.
Has this question, “Do apples need to be refrigerated?”, ever crossed your mind? It surely did cross mine when I was faced with a large stock of apples in my pantry. I love apples and I want to keep the apples fresh for a lot longer than just a couple of days as much as possible.
After a friend told me that apples need to be refrigerated, I researched further into that subject. I was amazed with the deluge of information that got me convinced that apples need to be refrigerated for them to stay fresh for months. Learn more about it by reading below.