Free Fat Burning Foods List

This free fat burning foods list will help you accelerate your weight loss. You’re free to choose among these foods which ones you want to add to your diet.

It’s basically a personal preference as to which of these foods you’ll naturally gravitate towards. It doesn’t matter, just try to make foods on this list the basis of your diet.

Free Fat Burning Foods List

apples
blueberries
black beans
blackberries
broccoli
brussel sprouts
cabbage
carrots
cauliflower
celery
cherries
cucumbers
eggs
garlic
grapefruit
grapes
green beans
kale
lemons
lentils
lettuce
mango
mushrooms
onions
oranges
papaya
peaches
pears
peas
pineapples
pumpkin
raspberries
strawberries
string beans
tomatoes
watermelon
yogurt
The best way to go about using these fat burning foods is to start adding a few each week to your diet so that you get use to them. Once you’re familiar with them and have a routine with a few of these foods, add a few more. Keep adding these foods until they make up a majority of your diet.

I personally eat a lot of black beans, lentils, eggs, yogurt, apples, broccoli, cauliflower, and grapes. I came up with a routine to eat these often and now they make up a big part of my diet day in and day out. I guess I chose them because they’re easy to cook or are readily available without much time spent on them. Like everyone else, I like convenience.

A lot of the foods on this list are either high in protein, high in fiber, high in water content, and or low in calories.

So there you have it. Accelerate your weight loss progress by using foods on this free fat burning foods list.

Why You Should Not Buy Cheap Cooking Knives

There are many inexpensive cooking knives out there. Go in any big box retail store and you can find an assortment of chefs knives, paring knives and kitchen cutlery for fairly low prices. Thats OK, if you do not plan to use them. They look pretty in the wooden knife block and that is where they should stay because you will wear yourself out trying to use them much.

You Get What You Pay For

If cooking is your thing you should avoid buying a drawer full of inexpensive knives. Invest in just a few good quality kitchen knives. To start, you only need three good knives; you can add to your kitchen arsenal over time.

You will use a chefs knife or paring knife for about 80% of the cutting and chopping work. Delicate work will most often be done with your paring knife and it is important that it be kept sharp.

Three Must Have Cooking Knives

Short Chefs knife 6-8 inches long

Long Chefs knife 8-12 inches long

Sharp paring knife

Ease of Use

One of the best reasons to buy a better quality cooking knife sits at the end of your arm-your hand. A cheap knife is just that, cheap. The handles are made of plastic or wood that is often uncomfortable to grip. This puts extra stress on your hand and arm, making the work harder to perform. Over time, working with poorly made knives can cause pain, and even Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

A quality cooking knife is easier to hold and feels better in your hand. The grip is ergonomically crafted to fit comfortably in your hand and the knife is balanced to make the work easier to do. You can do much neater, more professional looking knife work with a well balanced, quality constructed cooking knife. High quality carbon steel or polished stainless steel blades stay sharp longer and the grip is much more comfortable.

Invest wisely and cooking can be the enjoyable experience it should be and not an onerous chore. What to Look for:

High quality forged carbon steel blades

High quality polished stainless steel blades

Ergonomic hand grips for easy use

Balanced for ease of use

A knife that feels good in your hand

Inexpensive Food Safety And Traceability Solutions Using Process And Quality Control Concepts

Why Should You Attend:

No one wants to be caught in a recall or worse, to have someone die because of their product. If you are one of those in the food supply chain that either thinks it can’t happen to you or that the federal government will excuse small farmers, think again. FDA will eventually implement control requirements for food safety similar to those they require for medical device and drug manufacturing. These requirements are focused on strong process and quality controls.

Most of the costs, lack of understanding and frustrations involved with getting on with implementing solid and effective food safety and traceability solutions can be overcome through a basic understanding of how to identify and improve processes in a manner that will be cost effective, prepare your operation for new requirements and protect you and your business.

Attend this webinar to understand the different process flow and quality control concepts you can implement to have a proper Food Safety system protecting your food supply business.

Areas Covered in the Seminar:

– Process and Quality Controls.
– Flow System Concepts.
– Zone Concepts.
– Lean Concepts – Defects, Inventory, Processing, Processing, Waiting
– Layout Considerations- Ceilings/Floors/HVAC.
– Process Flow Charting.
– Low Cost Linear Traceability Manual vs electronic.
– Blending Logs.
– Environmental Concerns.
– Getting Over Excuses.

Who Will Benefit:

Personnel responsible for post harvest handling on farms, food processors, packers, food safety auditors and members of food safety compliance organizations.

Members of the Institute of Food Technologists and American Society for Quality involved in food safety and quality assurance

Instructor Profile:

Dr. John Ryan, is the Administrator for the Hawaii State Department of Agriculture’s Quality Assurance Division and a co-chair of the newly formed FDA/CDC food protection information technology team. He has spent over 25 years implementing high technology quality control systems for international corporations and is currently implementing Hawaiis RFID traceability and State Food Safety Certification system.

Dr. Ryan specializes in closed-loop quality control systems employing real-time traceability, sensor measurement devices and process controls. He has recently implemented the country’s first farm-distribution-retail RFID pilot system tracking produce through the food supply chain (Google “Hawaii Food Traceability” or visit ).

All About The International Association Of Culinary Professionals Foundation Scholarship

There are many different financing options for online learning, so if you are considering getting a degree or certificate over the Internet, you should be able to find some sort of financial assistance to help your dreams become a reality. Even culinary students are getting their educations online these days, with a combination of hands-on experience and distance learning that fits perfectly into a busy working adult’s schedule. The International Association of Culinary Professionals Foundation Scholarship is one scholarship that can help students achieve their goals of becoming professional chefs regardless of where they choose to study.

The International Association of Culinary Professionals Foundation Scholarship provides funding to qualified applicants in the culinary field. Students may qualify for this financial award whether they are beginning their education, continuing their education and/or taking specialty education courses at accredited culinary schools all over the worldwide. The scholarship also provides financing options for online learning, independent study, research and writing on critical issues in the food world.

The Culinary Trust of the International Association of Culinary Professionals welcomes all students in this field to apply for the scholarship, including international students. In order to qualify, students must be at least a high school graduate or equivalent by June 30th prior to the award year. Interested applicants can go online to download the program listing and application as a PDF or simply fill out the online application. Those who choose to complete the application online, however, are encouraged to download the program listing to review the details about each scholarship before they begin the process. Once you submit it online, after all, you can’t go back and erase it.

If you would like to apply for the International Association of Culinary Professionals Foundation Scholarship, you must complete and submit your application no later than March 1, 2010. The committee will review applications and make a decision by May 15, so you will know where you stand financially long before the fall semester begins. There are many other financing options for online learning as well, and many of them have similar due dates, so now is the time to start applying.

Chinese Clay Pot Cooking Is Magic

Clay Pot is an old but classic Chinese cookware that has passed down through generations. The material and technology has improved slightly and the basic cookware techniques havent changed and the charm of this clay pot stays the same. If you want to taste and even make some of the authentic Chinese cuisine, clay pot is an necessary kitchen tools you must bring home.

In clay pot cooking, poultry or meat is combined with a little liquid, vegetables, and seasonings to produce the tenderness of a braise with the finish of roasting. Most of the cooking is done with the cover in place, but when the food is nearly finished, the cover can come off to get a golden brown finish. Bread baked in a clay pot produces a crispy crust with a tender, moist interior. Some clay bread bakers are similar to metal or glass loaf pans but others come with a cover.

Clay pots are incredible for slow-cooked meals. Because wet clay doesnt get as hot as metal, the pot helps you keep your braise down at a low simmer, which makes the texture of the food more luscious in the end. On the other hand, the heavy clay holds heat very well, and you may find yourself turning the heat down in order to keep the contents cooking as slowly as you like.
Because clay is porous, you should avoid using soap when cleaning your clay pots. This also allows them to become seasoned through repeated use, and some people claim that food cooked in an older, well-seasoned clay pot tastes noticably better than food cooked in a newer vessel. None of my clay pots are really old enough for me to test this proposition yet, but Ill be sure to give you an update in a few years.

What to Cook in Clay Pots
Because food is cooked at high temperatures and with steam, some types of dishes are particularly well suited to clay pot cooking.
Vegetable ragouts and ratatouille
Baked potatoes
Whole chickens, Cornish hens, and ducks, along with vegetables
Meatloaf
Baked ziti or lasagna
Stews and casseroles
Baked cheese, such as feta, with olives and fresh oregano
Bread puddings
Fruit cobblers
Whole grain breads