The dessert’s role is to strengthen the success of a meal and these next sweet delights Cheapflights has to show us won’t be a disappointment.
Is food dye really that bad for you? Check out the infographic below presented to learn about food dye and it’s dangerous impact on our health.
Americans throw away 40% of the food they bring home. On average, 20 pounds of food is thrown away each month in each household. Food scraps are the number one material sent to landfills in the United States. Learn how to solve these issues by implementing these tips and becoming a green grocery shopper.
It’s been a busy couple of months for Hotel4U.com’s mascot, Harry Hotel. Having been off on his travels, rounding up the food on offer in some of the most popular city and beach destinations around the world, he’s now back in Blighty with a wealth of facts under his belt. They’ve put them all into this infographic, so you can enjoy swotting up on your culinary knowledge with the Hungry Traveller’s Foodie Facts.
Softened butter on freshly baked bread in one of life’s little luxuries.Butter is also a quick fix for flavorless vegetables, a delicious spread over grilled fish or meats, and add that perfect finishing touch to a rich savory sauce. But have you ever considered adding butter to your favorite drink?
The debate over Mayor Bloomberg’s soda ban is all over the news. Setting the politics aside, what does sugary soda consumption actually mean for your health? Everyday Health takes a look at this issue in the following infographic.
By law, certain levels of rodent and insect filth (the legal term) are actually permitted in food. Gross, eh? Well, maybe not. The following infographic designed by infogr8 has created an illuminating and shocking visualization which reveals just what you may be eating without realizing it.
You’re about to tuck into your takeaway when a spring roll falls onto the floor. “Oh no!” you cry, “I only have 5 seconds to pick it up before it’s germ-ified!”. Yes, it’s the infamous 5 second rule, the rule we loved as children and many of us still sneakily use as adults to avoid the social shaming of eating food off the floor. But how safe is it really?
Foodies rejoice. Eating well in the UK doesn’t always have to cost an arm and a leg. The travel by train experts at The Trainline created this extensive list of British restaurants that are all Michelin Star Rated for the UK local or the traveling foodie.
Imagine that it’s time for breakfast. You have two choices: A plate of bacon and eggs or a bagel and low-fat cream cheese. Both are tempting decisions, but which one will make you fatter?This infographic published by Massive Health tells the story.
Italy has been making wine for over 2800 years and is the largest wine producing country in the world. Italian wine is often named after the region or town where the grapes are grown – which can become confusing. This easy to use interactive infographic from Charming Sardinia shows exactly which Italian wine to pair with your food or vice versa.
In support of the raw milk community and the education of dairy consumers, Natural News has published an infographic about organic raw (fresh) milk versus conventional (pasteurized) milk. This infographic reveals the crucial differences between the nutritional properties, animal compassion and health implications of raw milk versus pasteurized milk.
Food has taken over the airwaves, but it wasn’t always that way. Where did the idea for the Swedish Chef come from? Whose shoes did Paula Deen step in to? When did cooking become a spectator sport? This infographic created by Menuism.com explores the personalities and shows that have stolen our hearts and satisfied our appetites.
A genetically modified organism (GMO) or genetically engineered organism (GEO) is an organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques. These techniques, generally known as recombinant DNA technology, use DNA molecules from different sources, which are combined into one molecule to create a new set of genes. This and other interesting data on food labeling in this infographic.