Chutney Recipes

The word chutney derives from the Hindi word chatni that translates to heavily spiced and it is often used as an accompaniment to a main dish. It can be in paste form or it can even resemble jam, the main difference being that it requires spices for it to be a true chutney. Best of all it's all wholly vegetarian…

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Chutney Recipes
What is Chutney?

What is Chutney?

What is Chutney?   Chutney, pronounced "chuht-nee", refers to a family of condiments from South Asian cuisine, and just like salsa in this country, there is no right or wrong recipe - just a preferred flavor or two.  While Chutneys are most often associated with India they’re also popular in Africa and the Caribbean islands. Chutneys are served with almost…

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Chicken Feet: Why You Need Them in Your Diet

Chicken feet. The feets of the chicken. Boys and girls, that’s what we’re talking about today. Now, don’t go gettin’ all grossed out. Y’all are familiar with the ideals on a farm. Nothing should get wasted. And why on Earth Americans wasted these wonderful morsels is beyond me. We’ll eat fast food but we won’t simmer chicken feet for stock?…

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Chicken Feet: Why You Need Them in Your Diet
The Difference Between Grass-Fed and Grain-Fed Cows

The Difference Between Grass-Fed and Grain-Fed Cows

Grass-Fed vs Grain-Fed Beef – What's The Difference? The way cows are fed can have a major effect on the nutrient composition of the beef. Whereas cattle today is often fed grains, the animals we ate throughout evolution roamed free and ate grass. Many studies have shown that the nutrients in beef can vary depending on what the cows eat.…

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