13 Mistakes You’re Making When Cooking Eggs #Infographic #Cooking

Eggs are one of the most used cooking ingredients around the world. From Chinese cuisine, to South American dishes, and even covering European baking, they make an appearance in recipes everywhere.

You’d think then, that using them properly would be second nature to even the most amateur of cooks. However, chefs of all levels continue to make innocent mistakes when using them.

Mistakes like this can impair flavor, ruin their functionality, and even upset your stomach. Whether boiling, scrambling, baking or poaching it’s integral that you get these basics right.

Are you adding salt to your eggs when whisking them? Are you cracking them on bowl edges? Are you adding them to boiling water? It’s high time you revised your cooking approach.

Our infographic is at hand to outline the 13 most common mistakes people make when cooking eggs, and the best way to get around them.

Get ready to become a egg-prepping ninja.

An infographic by The Online Grill.

6 Amazing & Unique Coffee Formulas from Around the World #Infographic #Coffee

Coffee made from cat poop or how about coffee with cheese?! Coffee is enjoyed all over the world in many different ways. In this infographic, we bring you six amazing and unique coffee formulas.

South Africa brings you coffee in a chocolate coated waffle cone finished with delicious milk foam.

Indonesia is famous for its coffee made from coffee beans collected from the poop of the palm civet.

Brewed originally in the United States of America, iced coffee is infused with nitrogen gas to give it a fantastic smooth and silky texture.

A little coffee shop in China made a big splash with their unique cup of coffee ‘Sweet Little Rain’. Suspended above the coffee is a cloud of cotton candy that slowly melts into the creamy cup of Americano coffee.

Coffee with cheese is a Swedish classic and it is often accompanied by cloudberry jam.

And finally, Canada brings you maple bacon coffee. What a tasty combination!

As you can see, there are many options, but however you prepare your next coffee, be sure to enjoy it!

An infographic by Wired Coffee Guide.

6 Wonderful Turmeric Face Packs For Different Skin Types #Infographic #Turmeric

Turmeric has been a part of Indian culture since time immemorial. Whether it is used in the food we eat or as a beauty product, it provides us with innumerable benefits. We know that turmeric has a wonderful antiseptic property which protects our body and keeps all the organs intact. We can apply it on face and body in the form of face packs or face masks, which make the skin brighter, clearer, and flawless.

In this infographic, we have listed top 6 Turmeric Face Packs preparation with easy to find ingredients and their application for different skin types (dry, oily, sensitive, dull, glowing or acne prone skin).

To know more about how to prepare and apply the above turmeric face packs, read the post “Turmeric face packs for different skin types” from StyleCraze.

An infographic by StyleCraze.

7 FOODS THAT WILL MAKE YOUR HAIR GROW FASTER #Infographic #Food&Hair

The state of our hair is an indication of overall health. If you aren’t consuming the right nutrients and vitamins, your hair can get thinner and even stop growing. In order to grow your hair faster, you’ll need a diet rich in protein, vitamin C, biotin, zinc and iron. Nourish your body from the inside out and your hair will be healthier.

Protein is an essential building block of hair and your hair needs it in order to be healthy. You can add more protein to your diet by eating chicken, beef, seafood and beans. Eggs contain biotin which enhances hair growth. Iron is essential for hair growth; iron deficiencies have been linked to hair loss.

Check out the best foods to eat to grow your hair longer faster.

An infographic by Shop Hair Dryers.

Lies Of the Food Industry #Infographic #Food

Lies in the food industry are rampant, yet few consumers realize the extent of producers’ untruths. This means that when the truth does come out, it’s a huge scandal. Take the 2013 horse meat scandal – 63% of consumers said their trust in the industry was damaged as a result, which pushed increasing numbers of us to look to smaller, independent producers for our food.

Unfortunately, the horse meat scandal is only one example of many lies being spilled by food industry giants.

Did you know for instance that in the USA, if the food contains less than 0.5g of trans fat per serving it can be labeled as trans-fat free? Sure, less than 0.5g might not sound like much, but if a lot of the foods you’re eating contain these “insignificant” amounts, the total consumed can soon add up.

If the food industry was more open about what they sell – if they told us where their food comes from and were completely honest about what it contains – they may be able to begin earning consumers’ trust back.

That might sound logical to you and me, and yet, it seems they’re not listening. The horse meat scandal might now feel like a distant memory, but we shouldn’t stop paying close attention to the origin and contents of our food. Here are some of the many other lies we’re still regularly being fed.

An infographic by Ship It Appliances.