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Vegan diets are becoming increasingly popular. On a vegan diet, you enjoy plant-based foods, but you do not consume meat, seafood, or animal by-products. Many consumers choose this eating plan to change their bodies and boost wellness. But is better health a slam-dunk when you ditch meat and dairy? Not always, say the experts. For some, a vegan diet is hard to maintain. (Very Well fit)
Learn how to make caramelized onions with this easy video guide. Caramelized onions are so easy to make and are brilliant in gravy, chutney, tarts, and on top of sausages. To make the caramelized onions, peel the onion and cut it half. Then, slice each piece finely into half-moons. The thinner the slices, the quicker they will cook. (BBC.co.UK)
If you’re a regular or occasional tea drinker, you can add your tea bags to the list of garbage you shouldn’t throw out just yet. Here are some ways to re-use them post brew: Add a hint of flavor to rice or grains. Hang your used tea bags in boiling water to infuse your food with a touch of flavor. Think jasmine tea with rice or chai tea with oatmeal. Read the article for other essential suggestions. (Get pocket.com)
Buttery, fluffy brioche bread meets its match with the tang of the whipped cream cheese filling in this stuffed French toast recipe. While we love the classic French toast, when we want something with a bit more wow-factor for a holiday brunch, Mother or Father’s Day breakfast in bed, or a special birthday breakfast, this recipe is the decadence we all deserve. (Thespruceeats.com)
In the Middle Ages, the story goes, a great famine ravaged Sicily. Peasants starved. The rain refused to come. Finally, in desperation, villagers prayed to Saint Joseph, the Biblical carpenter whom Christians believe Jesus Christ’s earthly foster father. If the Saint would intervene on their behalf, the Sicilian people promised, they would honor him with a selection of their harvest from then on. (Atlas Obscura)
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