The watery substance that you often find atop your yogurt that we all throw down the sink. That’s whey, and it contains protein and vitamin B12, along with minerals like calcium and phosphorus
2. Black Tea
Addtion of milk or other dairy product to black tea negates any cardiovascular benefits.
Let chopped garlic sit out for about 10 minutes before you toss it into any dish you’re making so that the compound, allicin—the cancer-fighting enzyme found in garlic,gets fully activated.
4. Flossy Knife
Use unscented dental floss to easily cut soft solids, like cake and cheese, without squishing it.
Your body may not be able to digest whole flaxseeds, sprinkling a handful into your morning smoothie or onto your yogurt snack won’t get you very far in the nutrient department. Buy them pre-ground or throw them in a coffee grinder, spice mill, or a specially designed flax mill so you don’t end up flushing the health benefits away.
The core is a myth. The entire apple can be eaten and enjoyed starting from the bottom. The seeds can be eaten also; it’s all good for you
The greatest amount of meat can be gotten by simply breaking off the claw. Break off the claw and use it to dig out the meat.
to get the right proportion of frosting and cake in each bite of your cupcake twist off the bottom half of the cake part and place it on top to make a sandwich-like structure.
Broccoli is loaded with vitamin C, chlorophyll, antioxidants, and anticarcinogenic compounds, and a 2009 Chinese study found that to keep those health benefits intact, steaming is the best cooking method.
If you want to absorb their lycopene—the phytonutrient responsible for the fruit’s cancer- and heart-disease-fighting properties—Haas says that you’re better off cooking them.