Disability Cooking: Secret Tips and Hints for Great Meals
Disabled World (disabled-world.com)
Revised/Updated: Saturday, 8th December 2018
Synopsis and Key Points:
Handy resource of cooking hints and tips including food handling safety and preparing great meals at home.
Cooking can be a fantastic hobby for people of all ages. The articles listed below cover cooking hints and tips, including food handling safety, and preparing great meals at home.
Cooking or cookery is defined as the process of preparing food for consumption with the use of heat. Cooking techniques and ingredients vary widely across the world, reflecting unique environmental, economic, and cultural traditions and trends. The way that cooking takes place also depends on the skill and type of training an individual cook has.
Although our articles will be of use to anyone seeking information regarding various cooking methods and food types, our primary focus is to provide information regarding kitchen skills and cooking for persons with disabilities and mobility problems, be it cooking for yourself, or preparing meals for seniors, or someone with a disability or health condition.
You will also find information regarding cooking and eating utensils, including products and aids that assist persons with disabilities preparing and cooking food in the kitchen and for ease and independence when dining.
Never be afraid to fail when cooking the first few times.
Cooking is an art, and any art always takes a process and of course, determination. As long as you have the passion for cooking, you can whip your way to culinary heaven and impress anyone with willing taste buds.
Disabled World has a number of convenient Cooking Conversions and Measurement Charts you may like to bookmark or print out for future reference.
Photo depicts a person slicing green vegetables in front of round ceramic plates containing assorted colored sliced vegetables - Photo by Maarten van den Heuvel on Unsplash.
Tip: When beginning cooking you should choose recipes that are not too complicated, as recipe steps that are too difficult can sometimes be a little overwhelming for the new cook. Be aware of how many resources you can acquire, and how much time you can invest on the cooking process.
- Cooking dairy products may reduce a protective effect against colon cancer.
- The smaller the item, the higher the baking temperature.
- Bread keeps really well in the freezer. And there are always plenty of uses for it.
- Always make stock in a large quantity and freeze it in plastic bags. That way, when you want to make a nice soup or boil veggies, you can simply pull the bag out of the freezer.
- Heating sugars with proteins or fats can produce Advanced glycation end products (glycotoxins). These have been linked to aging and health conditions such as diabetes and causing obesity.
- A freezer full of roasted turkey necks and bony beef cuts will ensure you always have what you need to make broth.
- Instead of tossing a pat of butter into your frying pan, try a splash of extra-virgin olive oil or canola oil.
- Glass cutting boards dull your knives. They're slippery. And they're hard to use. Use wood, bamboo or plastic instead.
- Whether you're making pasta, rice, or tortillas, swap your usual grains with whole grains.
Subtopics and Associated Subjects
- 1 - Best Way to Cook Mushrooms to Maintain Nutritional Value : FECYT - Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (2017/05/19)
- 2 - How to Get Rid of Cooked Cabbage Odor in House : Disabled World (2014/04/08)
- 3 - Is Ready to Bake Cookie Dough Safe to Eat : Infectious Diseases Society of America (2011/12/09)
- 4 - Always Read Food Labels and Cooking Instructions : U.S. Food and Drug Administration (2011/05/23)
- 5 - Kellogg's Challenge to Think Outside the Cereal Box : Kellogg Canada Inc. (2010/09/14)
- 6 - Microwave Food Safety Tips : Health Canada (2010/08/12)
- 7 - Cooking Barbecue Food - Safety Tips : Health Canada (2010/06/27)
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