Food trends and fashion have one thing in common; they come and go. However, maintaining a healthy nutritive diet is a good bet – may it be trendy or not. We have put our ears to the ground and picked up five smartest eating choices. They are delicious and good for health too.
Healthy eating has been surging since ages, but clean eating is the new buzzword. So, what is it meant by the word “clean”? It means consuming more vegetables (may be organic vegetables and fruits), less meat, balanced minerals like sodium, limiting alcohol and adding grains to meal.
Clean eating didn’t work for you, right? We have something new in seafood for you. The Trash fish (which are caught by fishermen, but don’t get sold. They are turned into fertilizers.) is the new sustainable seafood. Chefs around America have taken an aim of getting Americans acquainted of a wider range of seafood. This is how you eat fish to maintain the balance of ocean ecosystem.
You can get kale chips everywhere, no wonder about that. Yet, cauliflower could be the upcoming sweet darling vegetable of the season. For good reasons, it is loaded with nutrients that we don’t get easily from other vegetables, especially not in that amount. Cauliflower has taken a special place for turning a soup creamy without any cream at the moment.
Kaniwa, quinoa’s little sister, is as proteinaceous as her sister. The grains are smaller. Kaniwa can be bought at natural food stores or they can be purchased online. They come in a variety of seasoning blends.
The ancient craft that uses the power of microbes to produce flavours and bring changes in textures of food, fermentation is in the race again. Craze for fermented food has been rising since last few months. Try out mixing things, like milk with flour or butter with cake powders.