An Excerpt from Denny Waxman on Food Goodness
Cooking is a lifetime study that makes humans unique. Hence, it is a practice we can enjoy and learn from everyday without end.
Each method of cooking affects the color, taste, aroma, and textures of foods in different ways. So, the best cooking looks good, smells good, tastes good, and holds our interest for the entire meal. As a result, we receive the most nourishment and satisfaction from the variety of flavors that are present when enjoying the combination of raw, cooked, and naturally pickled and fermented foods at our meals.
Cooking enhances the bioavailability of nutrition in foods by concentrating certain nutrients on the surface, making them easier to digest and absorb. So, I’d like to illustrate these points by looking at just a few methods of preparation.
Read the full food goodness blog post here.
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