Archive for May, 2018

Everything You Need to Know About Microgreens

Written by Eat Organic. Posted in Edible candy flower, Micro greens cocktails recipes, Mint crystals

Did you know there is a wide variety of edible flowers, edible blossoms, organic micro greens, and other specialty produce that could provide important nutrients to your diet? Want to learn more about organic micro greens and why you should be eating them? Read on.

  • What are micro greens? Micro greens have been around since the dawn of time, but have been used recently for food in the last 20 or 30 years. They are the first shoots of a plant that spring up, and hence they have the nutrition present in a mature plant while being much smaller. Micro greens can come from kale and radish, onions and peas, basil and sunflowers, and many other vegetable varieties. They are harvested when about one inch tall. They can be kept in the refrigerator, but organic micro greens deliver the most nutritional punch when they are eaten fresh.

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Popular Uses For Golf Courses

Written by Eat Organic. Posted in Brunch in wilmington de, Party venues in delaware, Public golf courses

Golf courses are a staple in many communities, providing entertainment, employment to young and old alike, and a a certain element of class and sophistication. Golf courses can be used, of course, for golfing on weekend mornings to hosting an evening wedding. Golf clubs at golf courses are also widely utilized and often offer pool use and exercise equipment to their members, as well as fine dining experiences and poolside snacks alike. A golf course, no matter what its intended use for person to person, is a popular thing, with one thousand golf clubs in the United States alone by the year of 1900, more than one hundred years ago. In the intervening century plus some since, the number of golf clubs in the United States has only grown exponentially.
Perhaps the most popular use of a golf club is, of course, to play golf. Golf has long been a popular sport in the United States, play

Peanut Oil 101: A Few Basic Things You Should Know

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Peanuts and peanut products are one of the most common foods in America. In fact, 90% of households in the U.S. consume peanut butter. With an obvious love of peanut products, another common product used in the U.S. is peanut oil. However, despite its popularity, not many people know a lot about peanut oil. Because of that, this article is going to provide a brief overview of what peanut oil is and what it’s used for.

Peanut oil is a type of vegetable oil often used in cooking. There are several varieties of peanut oil, each with their unique uses and benefits.

Refined peanut oil is the most common form of peanut oil when it comes to cooking. The oil is refined to remove any remaining colors and flavors, which makes it completely natural.

Roasted peanut oil is typically used for added flavor rather than cooking. When peanuts are roasted before expelling their oil, it provides a nice nutty flavor and dark brown color. This oil can be added to dressings and sauces for an extra kick of flavor.

Virgin or cold pressed peanut oil is unrefined, meaning it holds onto its natural flavors. It has a light flavor that can be used without masking other ingredients in a dish.

Furthermore, peanut oil can be blended with lower cost oils to make a more affordable option. In order to preserve it’s frying qualities, it’s typically mixed with an oil with a similar smoking point.

As you can see, there is a wide variety of peanut oil uses. It’s typically used for frying, sauteing, and adding flavor. One of the many reasons peanut oil uses consist of frying is because peanut oil doesn’t absorb flavors from the food being fried in it. This means that many different foods can be fried in the same batch of peanut oil without mixing flavors. Because of this, peanut oil is a convenient option when the user doesn’t want to have to replace the oil between foods.

While the convenient and varying peanut oil uses make it a popular choice for cooking, peanut oil also offers a variety of health benefits compared to other oils. Peanut oil health benefits include things like boosting heart health, lowering blood pressure, protecting skin, boosting immune systems, and controlling cholesterol levels.

Not only do peanut products, like pure peanut oil, offer a unique, scrumptious flavor, there are many benefits of eating peanuts and peanut products. So next time you’re considering which type of cooking oil to buy or what kind of sandwich you want, remember all of the benefits peanut products can offer.

How Growlers Keep Tap Beer Fresh Longer

Written by Eat Organic. Posted in Awesome growlers, Growler keg, Stainless steel growler

While beer drinkers still outnumber those who prefer wine and spirits, the beer scene has changed dramatically in recent years. Craft beers have quickly carved out an important niche, as well as a central position in beer lore. With speciality festivals, equipment and paraphernalia, craft beer brewers and drinkers have transformed the industry. Unique beer gifts and beer containers and accessories like growler taps have all found a place in the hearts of beer aficionados.

How craft beer transformed the industry
Beer remains the most popular drink among legal drinkers according to a 2016 Gallup poll, with 43% preferring it to wine and spirits. However, beer drinkers are not content to follow tradition and reach for cans of Dad’s favorite brand. The craft beer movement represents the tastes of a new generation, which opts for small-scale, fresh brewed, and preferably local beers.
The craft beer movement started as an extension of home brewing and quick

4 myths about peanuts debunked

Written by Eat Organic. Posted in Benefits of eating peanuts, High protein snack, Peanut recipes

There are many interesting peanut facts that people may not realize. And also some myths and facts about peanut allergy symptoms. For instance, did you know that according to the National Peanut Board on average it takes about 540 peanuts to make a 12 ounce jar of peanut butter? Here are 4 common myths all about peanuts that we have debunked.
Myth 1: Peanuts contain GMO’s that cause peanut allergy symptoms One common myth is that some peanuts contain genetically modified organisms that can cause peanut allergy symptoms, this is false. Almost all peanuts on today’s market are nearly 99.9 percent identical to their ancestors and in fact there are currently no existing GMO peanuts on the market making peanuts a great organic choice.
Myth 2: Peanuts