Food & Drink Infographics
Remote work may have changed the way we work, but how about our other daily habits? Take a look a how the COVID pandemic has changed the way we eat breakfast with this study and infographic courtesy of Bob Evans.
This visualization shows a variety of the different types of food forms that astronauts eat in space. Food that in dehydrated form, foods with low moisture like candies and baked goods, and rehydratable foods like instant mash potatoes are just a few examples.
Fermentation in food is a process that uses microorganisms to transform the material of the food. This chart shows 36 different examples of food created by fermentation from around the world. Beer is probably the most recognizable with ties to fermentation but this chart shows there are many other types of food and drink that are created this way.
Wine has several benefits it can grant you when taken in moderation. Apart from improving the quality of your meals and enhancing their flavors, it can also give health benefits. Check out the following infographic for more information on the basic rules of pairing wine and food in everyday situations or special occasions.
This chart shows how you can use a food thermometer to check to see if the food you are cooking has reached a temperature that is hot enough to kill bad bacteria that can cause food poisoning. It shows the safe cooking temperature for chicken, wild game, ham, leftovers, beef, turkey, eggs, lamb, pork, fish and vegetables.
When stored correctly, you can keep your beef jerky fresh and delish for longer. In this visual, The Jerky Co provides information on how to properly store your beef jerky.
Have you ever wondered how much common American foods and products cost around the world? How do U.S. prices rank among other countries? This infographic visualizes the U.S. prices of popular items and compares them to the countries where these products are the most and least expensive.
Do you get your recommended daily fruits and vegetables? United States federal guidelines recommend that adults eat at least 1½ to 2 cups of fruit and 2 to 3 cups of vegetables each day as part of a healthy diet and lifestyle. In this infographic, HowtoCook.Recipes looks at which U.S. states consume the most and least fruits and vegetables daily.
Many of us miss the celebrations we have with friends at the local bar. Fear not, the rise of the ready-to-drink cocktail will get us through. See more in the infographic below, courtesy of Cooloo.com.
Run out of eggs? Don’t have buttermilk on hand? You’re in luck! These useful ingredient substitutions from By HowToCook.Recipes can help you complete cooking and baking recipes even if you don’t have exactly what you need in your kitchen.
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