Food & Drink Infographics
The calories listed on food packaging, as well as the amount of fats, sugars, and protein found in the food you’re about to eat can help you plan your meals for the day and help you reach your nutritional goals. But calories, fat, sugar, and protein amounts only tell you part of the story. The serving size listed on the nutrition facts tells you the rest. Learn more about serving sizes in this infographic.
Here is a helpful infographic by SmokeGears.Com with smoking temperatures and times for a combination of regular beef, chicken, kinds of seafood, fish, vegetable. This design chart is mainly dedicated to BBQ apprentices who need surmised times and temperatures.
It’s summer and it’s time to chill out. Make these cold brew coffee recipes for a rocking morning beverage or a caffeine-fueled cocktail. These 15 recipes, compiled by DeathWishCoffee.com, will get you addicted to cold brew coffee, if you aren’t already.
This is a useful infographic, courtesy of Nisbets, explaining different dietary requirements of modern eating. It goes through allergy and intolerance awareness, conscious diets including vegetarian, vegan and paleo diets, and sustainable movements.
We all define success differently and reach our goals via unique paths. These chefs leveraged their most winning traits and stayed true to themselves to reach the top. Here’s an infographic that takes a look at what ingredients they used along the way.
The classic Big Mac is a fast food item that’s known the world over. It’s been on sale since 1967 and is now available in over 100 countries worldwide. It’s simple recipe seems easy to replicate across the globe, but in reality each country has a different take on the Big Mac. In this infographic, compare 20 of the world’s Big Macs to find out which is healthiest, biggest, highest in protein and even most expensive.
There are a huge number of rice varieties around the world – 40,000 plus in fact! Thankfully our lives are made a lot less confusing at the supermarket as there are fewer options on the shelf. Two common types of rice are Jasmine and Basmati. At a glance, they look quite similar when they’re raw but don’t let that fool you. They’re quite different rice varieties with their own uses in the kitchen.
“People throw away food because it is not big enough part of their income,” says Henry Dimbleby, co-founder of the healthy U.K. fast-food chain Leon. Because many people forget the value of food, they perhaps don;t realize how much they throw away every day. This infographic gives you 7 great dishes that you can make using leftover food to help reduce food waste
Do you love coffee like I do? Have you ever wonder where the birth place of coffee is and how it has gained in popularity across the world? Here we unravel Stewart Lee Allen’s witty coffee adventure from crossing dangerous borders to sipping coffee from around the world in an infographic put together by Better Coffeer.
Ahh, the rich flavor of chocolate. It comes from the “flavonoids” in cocoa beans which are also the reason that chocolate is so healthy for your heart. Flavonoids are antioxidants that fight cell-damaging free radicals in your body. In the following infographic, look at the benefits of various types of chocolate.
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