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East is east, but west is yeast.
Salman Rushdie
Water and bread only are two essential things that a human can survive on for a long time. Whereas fresh drinkable water remains the same everywhere (with slight differences, naturally), it is stunning how many variations bread can take on around the world. Moving conceptually across countries and continents, ingredients are added or subtracted and the most blatant one is perhaps yeast or other leavening agents. More …

Knives, Chef’s Best friends

One of the most common questions I've heard about people in the culinary trade is,"why do chefs carry around that big bag of knives, do they not have any in the restaurant they work at?"Another good one I've heard is,"Why do chefs have to spend so much money on knives?" If you've ever asked these questions to a friend or even yourself, this blog may contain the answers you've been curious about. And yes, some restaurants have knives but usually not the ones needed for the job.
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Banana Bread, from waste to taste

The good thing about this recipe is it calls for over ripened banana, you know the ones you'd usually toss out because they're all brown and spot covered. Utilizing this recipe, you'll have a nice tasty bread that you can eat in the morning when you have little time to cook, plus you'll no longer have to toss away more food which in turn makes you feel horrible every time you see one of those feed a starving child in a third world comercial. More …

Indonesian Bread

It’s funny when my European friend said that not all the breads are called “bread”. For her, the sweet bread is NOT bread, it’s a cake. Back home in Indonesia, we use the word “bread” to all types of bread, it’s a universal word. No matter if it’s savory or even sweet. Bread is not our main food, we eat rice a lot rather than bread. Some Indonesian people (mostly for those who live in poverty) think that bread is an expensive food that they can’t afford to buy. More …