Tag: How to Soak

How to Soak Almonds

Almonds are a member of the Rosaceae family, famous as brain food. These tasty seeds are rich in proteins and vitamins that can keep your neural pathways awake and open. These brown beauties also have a high concentration of fiber and vitamin E. Medically almonds can keep blood sugar regulated …

How to Soak Clams

When talking about superfoods, one of the best in the category is Clam. You can eat them raw or half-cooked; you can eat them however you like and still get that dose of Vitamins, Proteins and Omega-3. Their nutritional benefits are summarily out of this world. According to some studies, …

How to Soak Wooden Skewers

Wooden skewers are thin sticks of wood mainly used to BBQ and roast different foods, specifically meat and chicken. You stick the different bite-sized pieces of food on the stick and then put them overheat. You can use skewers to make Brochettes or  Yakitori, both of which are delicious. Wooden …

How to Soak Cashews

Cashews are brain food from the nut family, known for their amazing health benefits. Cashews can give you fiber, essential vitamins and minerals without the addition of sugar. It’s a nut that you can consume even in its raw form without any drawbacks or problems. There are a lot of …

How to Soak Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are family members of the mint family. Their scientific name is Salvia Hispanica, and they are found in the southern side of America. However, their consumption and usage are spread over the whole of America because of their diverse use and unique nutty flavor. Their long shelf life …

How to Soak Pinto Beans

Pinto beans are members of the legume family. These small beans are consumed throughout northern and southern America, specifically near Mexico. The main reason for their popularity is their nutritious composition and availability. Compared to some of the other beans, pinto beans have an exceptionally high concentration of vitamins, minerals …

How to Soak Black Eyed Peas

Black eyes peas may sound like a weird name, but believe us, these small beady-looking legumes are packed with vitamins and complex minerals. Their particular combination with some spices and other beans can make them a meal worthy of grand halls. Some of the advantages of using black eyed peas …

How to Soak Red Beans

Red Beans are nutritious small legumes, like black beans, black eyed peas and pinto beans. Their nutritional composition is a big dose of Potassium and dietary fiber. If cooked with care, these small beans will take you on a journey of flavors. The nutritional composition of red beans makes them …

How to Soak Black Beans

Black beans belong to the Legume family and generally have the same nutritional value as red kidney beans, chickpeas, and lentils. Black beans are particularly known for their high concentrations of fiber, folate, and potassium. All of these are beneficial for regulating high cholesterol levels. Black beans can also be …

How to Soak Potatoes

The world without Potatoes would be dull, bleak, and utterly distasteful. Many people would beg to differ, but imagine a world without BBQ Potato Chips, normal Potato Chips, and other Crispy snacks. Yeah, we cringe at the thought of that monstrously twisted world, and you probably do too. A lot …

How to Soak Kidney Beans

Kidney beans are the wondrous and beautiful scarlet beans that may invoke memories of meat, but we assure you these belong to the Legume family like most of the other beans. Their name is based on their eerily similar shape to kidneys. These red beans are loaded with Potassium, Vitamins, …