Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Kitchen Myths


I found this website recently and it blew my mind. He has different sources for each of his arguments, so sounds legit. Did you know all of these things are false? These are the ones that I believed until now:

  • Searing meat seals in the juices
  • A box of baking soda in the fridge or freezer absorbs odors
  • When baking muffins, you should put water in any empty cups in the muffin tin
  • Sushi means raw fish
  • You cannot deep-fry in olive oil
  • You cannot do serious cooking in a microwave
  • Foods such as chicken salad made with mayonnaise are prone to quick spoilage
Did anyone learn something new? Do you know any cooking myths you know are false?

4 comments:

Pam said...

I thought searing meat sealed in the juices and I also thought baking soda absorbs orders. I'll have to check out the website.

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