Whenever you’re popping corn, whether it’s in a microwave, or on the stovetop, your ears play a crucial role. At the start, the kernels are quiet, not a lot of going on and at some point, your start hearing...
Category - Using ingredients
Once you start using food ingredients in your cooking, or your production process, all sorts of changes will happen to the ingredient. It may soften, change colour or thicken.
You might also be using an ingredient for a very specific role in your food. Why would you use sour cream in cakes for instance? Or why would you use a zucchini in that same cake?
All these posts focus on digging into what happens to a specific ingredient once you start using it and it’s fascinating science!
If you want to learn more specific details of ingredients, check out our posts on researching ingredients.
If you want to compare ingredients and know which one to choose for which application, we have a category for that too!
Previous step: all these ingredients started out at a farm!