Nutella is a chocolate hazelnut spread. It was introduced in Italy in 1963.
Is nutella wheat free and gluten free?
According to their USA website: "Nutella® does not contain any ingredients derived from gluten containing cereals: wheat, barley, rye, oats or triticale." "The ingredients are: sugar, palm oil, hazelnuts, cocoa, skim milk, reduced minerals whey (milk), lecithin as emulsifier (soy), vanillin: an artificial flavor."
What color is the hottest kind of pepper?
Color isn't always a good measure of a chile/hot pepper's heat levels. Many chiles can pack a real wallop while green. They can have acquired the peak heat before fully ripe and red, and the ripening can add sweetness that actually will mitigate the heat somewhat. Still, the hottest chile in the world according to Guinness World Records is the Ghost Chile (Bhut Jolokia), a chile from India that is red when harvested. These chiles measure over 1 million Scoville Heat Units (SHU)! In comparison, a Red Savina Habanero which used to rank as the hottest until the Ghost Chile surfaced is around 600,000 SHUs and a common jalapeno averages 3,000 to 5,000 SHUs.
What are some foods that begin with the letter Y?
Asked in Nutella, Beef and Veal
What is ground round?
Ground round was a term used years ago referring to the leanest ground beef. The hind leg in beef is called the round (Top round, bottom round, eye of round and sirloin tip). Today if you were to read a recipe asking for ground round it does not mean you actually have a butcher ground a round roast, it just means that you need 4%-7% fat ground beef. Likewise ground sirloin would be 10%-15% fat and ground chuck would be 20% fat.
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What are the benefits of apple cider vinegar?
The Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar (when mixed with a glass of water before each meal) burns the fat. It also acts as a natural antibiotic; it helps with digestion, arthritis, and sore throats; it lowers cholesterol; it keeps your skin healthy; it prevents dandruff; and soothes sunburn, shingles, aching muscles, etc. Apple cider (Or any red based vinegar) also acts as a remedy for heart burn, due to it's acidity compounds, it neutralizes the acid imbalance and will relieve one from Heart burn(Acid reflux) in about 15/20 seconds.
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What should you ask your mom to get from the grocery store?
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How many pounds of beef for 40 people?
Used to be you'd figure 1 lb ground beef (raw) per person because the fat cooks out, leaving you with less than a pound of cooked meat per person...but people used to eat more beef than they do today. So these days, unless the group has been doing hard, manual labor, 3/4 lb per person is a safe number. So you've got two considerations: it depends on the type of beef and the type of people. But if you're talking regular ground beef, a safe number is 30 lbs; less if you're dealing with a group of kids or runway models , more if you have a group of wrestlers or cowboys. In a randomly selected group of people, 3/4 lb raw hamburger per person will feed everyone and a few people will have leftovers, especially if they are eating other stuff (appetizers, potatoes. salad, dessert) too. If you use this rule, you can figure out any type of beef, based on the amount of fat. A leaner piece, figure less than a lb per person-- ground beef usually has the highest fat content of any serving of beef. For example, take a look at a T-Bone -- it has a bone which would be irrelevant weight, and is a high-fat piece of meat. Can you eat a whole T-bone after you take the bone out and cut out the gristle? Probably, if you're an average adult and you're hungry. Well, after taking the bone out, you're lucky if you have 3/4 lb of beef left, and it cooks down (gets lighter) from there, as the fat melts off and turns to grease. Ribs primarily consist of bone, gristle and fat, so 1 lb per person might be lite. Bottom line : make sure the people you are feeding are a "normal" (i.e. random) sample -- which pretty much could be family groups--and figure about 1/2 lb actual cooked product per person.
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What can you substitute for anise seed when cooking?
How do you ripen bananas?
Don't refrigerate Whatever you do, DON'T place them in the fridge. Leaving them on the counter is good enough. To hasten the process some, place them in a brown paper bag and close the bag. The ethylene that's produced by the ripening process actually speeds it along. The oxidation will actually cause noticeable warming of bananas in a closed container. Banana can also be ripened by either plastering it with mud, by external application of chemicals that release ethylene gas, or by smoke. Another easy way is by placing the green bananas in a paper bag with a ripe apple. The same type of chemical is given off by the apple, and keeping them together in a paper bag allows a higher concentration, while still allowing oxygen to reach the fruit and also preventing moisture condensation. (Tomatoes also work, but the tomatoes themselves may over-ripen.) One Caution When Ripening The conditions around rapidly-ripening bananas may also grow mold. You can ripen a banana by storing them in brown paper bags.
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Which apple is the most popular?
How much potassium is in a egg?
Answer Chemistry professor Charles Weber offers a list of potassium-containing foods http://charles_w.tripod.com/table3.html in his book suggesting potassium as a possible curative agent in the treatment of hypertension, rheumatoid arthritis, etc. Foods are listed as mg numbers per calorie. He lists an 80-calorie egg (frozen or unfrozen) as 0.8, so the multiple is 64 mg of potassium. Weber's site contains many links to his and other works.