Food & Drink Infographics

The 43 Largest Fruits and Vegetables of All Time

The 43 Largest Fruits and Vegetables of All Time

If you have ever wondered what is the biggest pumpkin in the world, you have come to the right place. The team at HowLongToCook.org has created a showcase of the official record-breaking largest fruits and vegetables ever grown.

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The Ultimate Cooking Measurement Conversion Guide

The Ultimate Cooking Measurement Conversion Guide

Cooking and baking can be fun and rewarding, but it can be confusing to navigate recipes, especially if they use measurement systems that are unfamiliar to us. Fortunately, How to Cook Recipes has created the ultimate cooking measurement conversion and baking measurement conversion chart to help you whip up delicious meals with ease.

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How 30 Types of Bread Are Made

How 30 Types of Bread Are Made

Bread baking in the oven is one of the most delicious and comforting aromas. From rich Indian naan and decadent English malt loaf to soft, melt-in-your-mouth French brioche and Japanese milk bread, there are countless ways to enjoy bread around the globe. How Long To Cook has created a guide to how different types of bread are made.

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Water is Life and Matters More Than Ever

Water is Life and Matters More Than Ever

Water is life – so let’s live a better one. Far too many people live without access to safe water, or at the least, have access to water that is in violation of safety hazards. It’s time to up our game to better water with water filter systems. Learn more in the following infographic.

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How Do Americans Feel About Meat Consumption?

How Do Americans Feel About Meat Consumption?

Plant-based food is becoming increasingly popular in the United States. The How to Cook research team used Google Surveys to poll Americans on their dietary preferences and whether or not they’d ever eat lab-grown meat.

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The Rise of the Mocktail

The Rise of the Mocktail

There’s no doubt that there has been a shakeup as of late in the beverage industry. Gone are the days of the same old soda. Today’s consumer is making healthier choices and expanding their horizons to a multitude of waters, coffees, teas, and alcoholic flavors. It’s time for the rise of the mocktail – learn more in the following infographic.

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10 Simple Turkey Seasonings & Rubs for Thanksgiving and Beyond

10 Simple Turkey Seasonings & Rubs for Thanksgiving and Beyond

Need a simple way to spice up your Thanksgiving Day turkey? Of course, there is no one absolute best way to season a turkey, but that’s part of the excitement! The possibilities are endless. Here is an infographic that features10 different rubs and seasonings you can make for a simple new twist on this holiday tradition.

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Guide to Eating After Getting Dental Implants

Guide to Eating After Getting Dental Implants

One of the most significant benefits of dental implants is that once healed they do not carry any dietary restrictions. However, in the days and weeks after your surgery, you will be required to avoid certain types of foods to protect your new implants. Here is a visual guide on how to eat after getting dental implants.

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The Most Popular Type of Meat to Eat in Every Country

The Most Popular Type of Meat to Eat in Every Country

Meat is one of the most popular food groups in the world, with 86% percent of people in the world saying that their diet contains meat. From beef and chicken to fish and mutton, different types of meat make up a significant part of cuisine in many cultures. But which type of meat is the most popular to eat in every country around the world?  In this infographic, you’ll find where bovine, pig, poultry, fish and seafood, and other types of meat are preferred.

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How the Pandemic Changed Breakfast

How the Pandemic Changed Breakfast

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.

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