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Must-try Lousiana-style crabs in Bali
Bali is one of the best places to enjoy seafood in Indonesia. Jimbaran, for example, has long been one of the island's most popular spots to savor this particular dish while enjoying an amazing sunset. For those longing for Lousiana-style seafood, there are at least two crab restaurants available in Bali; allowing you to eat with your bare hands on the table, without any fancy plates and cutlery to bother you. The Holy Crab Following its popularity in Jakarta as the 'it' place to eat Alaskan crab, Bali's Holy Crab on Jl. Petitenger No. 50 offers a great combination of world-class seafood and traditional Louisiana cooking techniques in a chic yet cozy dining atmosphere. “There has been such a great response to The Holy Crab from food lovers in Jakarta that we are bringing the whole concept and experience to Bali. It has always been a dream of mine to be a part of the island's culinary scene, which has a broader international audience,” said The Holy Crab owner as well as executive chef Albert Wijaya. Choices available on the main menu include Dungeness crab, king crab legs, snow crab legs and lobster with prices ranging from Rp 88,000 (US$7) per 100 grams for the Dungeness crab to Rp 120,000 for the king crab legs -- all served in a delicious secret recipe sauce with mild, medium and hot levels of spiciness. Sausages and corn are also available as additional dishes. According to Albert, the restaurant's crustaceans are imported straight from Alaska and some are from Indonesia. Crab Bar Situated on Jl. Batu Belig 106 in Seminyak , the Crab Bar was founded by famous Indonesian chef Ragil Imam Wibowo in August 2014 with the aim of becoming the first destination for people seeking to savor Lousiana-style seafood on the island. “In Bali, if people want to eat pork, they will head straight to Ibu Oka. We want that to happen to us too; we want to become the first place people recommend when they talk about eating crab in Bali,” said the restaurant's general manager Don Domingo. For newcomers, the Crab Bar's most popular dish is CB's Hot Bag which consists of 500 grams of mud crab, 150 grams of prawn, 200 grams of yabbies (Australian freshwater crustaceans) or clams, sausages and corn. A portion costs Rp 495,000. The CB’s Cold Platter, priced at Rp 450,000, is also recommended with cold Mud Crab, 200 grams of prawn, 200 grams of clams and four pieces of oyster or yabbies. The Crab Bar offers six types of sauce for its hot-platter menus with three levels of spiciness (mild, medium and TNT). The choices include original Lousiana-style with smoked Cajun butter, oriental-style CB’s Bali Sauce, Bangka curry sauce, chili sauce, teriyaki black pepper and garlic butter. While for the cold platter menus, foodies can try garlic mayo, tomato tartar and tom yam mayo sauce. - See more at: http://www.jakpost.travel/news/must-try-lousiana-style-crabs-in-bali-otImxpP0OU7Hu4aJ.html#sthash.rQELFKmb.dpuf
How Many Cups Are in a Liter: A Complete Guide to Measuring
How many cups are in a liter? We'll answer this question and help you master accurate measurement, so you never miss a recipe again. Cooking can seem easy, especially for those who don't do it themselves. It seems like you need to read the recipe, follow a few simple instructions, and that's it. So how come so many people fail? I will tell you a secret. It is not so easy to know how many cups in a liter. You can have the best recipe in your hands and still end up with a messy kitchen and your food in a trash can. Why is that? Many things can go wrong, but today I will deal with the measurement problems. Let us paint the picture - you found a great recipe online, read the reviews, and made sure it turned out great. Unfortunately, there is an issue: the recipe lists measurements that you are not familiar with, for example, cups instead of milliliters. In such situations, the US, imperial, and metric conversion tables are helpful as they direct you and assist you with setting up the formula the correct way. Or you can choose not to participate in another conversion calculator app. Very often, recipes call for cups of water or milk. In contrast, other recipes require you to measure your liquid ingredients in milliliters and liters. How many cups in a liter? We all know that recipes require precision. We have to measure ingredients accurately if we are to be successful. In addition to a reliable kitchen scale, it would be a good idea to have a set of measuring cups. As we stated, plans regularly call for cups of milk or water. Still, there are different types of cups. Sometimes, it is safer to measure liquid ingredients in millimeters, deciliters, and liters. In general, and reasonably roughly, one liter is usually considered to be about four average cups. However, the measurement differs a bit depending on the type of cups used. Still, you can measure how many cups in a half gallon using the same theory. There are the following types of cups: 1. Metric 2. US Customary. 3. US "legal." 4. Canadian 5. Imperial 6. Japanese 7. Traditional Japanese cups It is essential to know the metric, American and British or imperial system since that is what we find today. So, here we go: 1. The metric system • In the decimal measuring standard, 1-liter equivalents 1000 mL. One measurement cup rises to 250 ml. Without much of a stretch, you can figure the number of cups in a liter: 1000/250 = 4. Therefore, there are four cups in a liter in the metric system. 2. The American system • In the United States, we depend on the purported American cup to quantify fluids. 1 US cup has a limit of 236.58 ml or 8 US liquid ounces. One liter equivalents 1000 ml or 33,814 US liquid ounces. • The math is equivalent to in the past model: 33.814/8 = 4.22675. Therefore, there are 4.22675 cups in a liter in the American system. 3. For Imperial System (UK) • We often find recipes written for the UK audience; it is logical since we share the same language. Unfortunately, we don't share the same measurement system either. The British trust the imperial system. • An imperial cup has a capacity of 284,131 mL or ten imperial fluid ounces. One liter is equal to 1000 ml or 35.1951 imperial fluid ounces. That implies the math is as per the following: 35.1951/10 = 3.51951. As should be obvious, there are 3,51951 supreme flagons in a liter in the UK framework.
7 Kitchen Hacks For 24/7
Your favorite "Cutlery Advisor" comes with yet another article with most asked and needed kitchen hacks that will make your life a lot easier. 1. Find out if your egg is still fresh boiling rotten or semi rotten egg can be a disaster. Using a nose to find out doesn’t always give an accurate result. So, what can you do to be sure? Is breaking the egg the only solution? No! there is a very easy solution. Put the egg in water. If it floats, it’s rotten. If it sinks, then it is fresh. 2. Prevent Cut fruit from getting brown Using lemon juice on the cut surface to prevent browning is the most common way. But it changes the taste of fruit and there is another better way which lasts even longer than using lemon juice. Use honey! Yes, instead of using lemon juice use honey. It will not change the taste of sweet fruits and it also has a nice smell. Moreover, it lasts much longer. Honey contains peptide which makes this possible to happen. 3. Keep ice cream solid and cool for longer Ever bought an ice-cream and found it to become liquid after a few scoops? No more, you can prevent this from happening with a simple trick. Use a bubble wrap to hold your delicious ice cream. It will last much longer. Bubble wrap is a great insulator of heat. And in most cases, it’s the heat from our hand that causes the ice cream to melt faster. So, using bubble wrap prevents the heat from and transferring thus keeping the icecream cool and solid. 4. Extract a few drops of lemon juice without cutting You want only a few drops of lemon juice but don't want to cut and waste the whole lemon. What to do? Well, there is an easy solution. Make a hole on the lemon with a toothpick and squeeze the lemon slightly. You will get a few drops easily. Patch the hole using tape and put away the lemon to use it later. 5. Soggy Chips Fresh Again! Did your chips become soggy and tasteless? Want to make it crisp and fresh again? Is it even possible? Yes! Put your chips in a napkin and put it in a microwave for about 45 seconds. Voila! Your chips are good as new. It will get crispy and tasty again. So never throw away your soggy chips again. 6. Make eggs last longer! Want to make your eggs last longer! With this trick, you can even keep your egg fresh for up to 3 years! Take oil with high viscosity. You can use castor oil for the best result but olive oil will also do the job. Put a layer of oil on the surface of your egg. It will last much longer. The reason it happens is that eggs have thousands of microscopic holes. When you close them using oil it lasts longer. 7. Get all the juice from lemon without trying too hard! We all know how hard it can be to squeeze lemon juice. Sometimes the lemon is too hard and we don’t get enough juice. But there is an easy kitchen hack for that. Freeze the lemon for 60 minutes then microwave it for 45 seconds. The lemon will be soft and easy to squeeze. There will be no difference in taste. Did you like the article? Do you have your unique ideas about kitchen hacks? Feel free to Contact Us with your ideas or suggestions. More Related Resources: https://www.vingle.net/posts/3073881?q=kitchen https://www.vingle.net/posts/3086094?q=kitchen https://www.vingle.net/posts/3084405?q=kitchen
Korean Food!
Que tal mis amigos! Ah....Korean food is my weakness. I love eating and cooking Korean food. This card I will share some recipes and some words you should know in Korean when it pertains to Korean food. None of these images or videos belong to KpopINT Writer Jessamine aka Social Media Event Organizer/Planner aka @amobigbang Tagging the head chairs: @bbyitskatie @MichelleIbarra And tagging the rest of the fam: @xoxrlwoxo @LenaBlackRose @daniimals @Gaarita100 @ILikeHisFace13 @tayunnie @amobigbang @Sailynn @reyestiny93 @Elaynethtrumpet @JohnEvans @ParkHwaYoung @Stefany17 @Kpopbeat @krystalrikpop I'm going to an authentic Korean restaurant this weekend and this video will be a big help. Soondubu Jjihae This is one of my favorite soups. Kimichi base anything is yummy! I love bean sprouts Seaweed Soup I love this stuff too! I love adding roasted seaweed to any of my Korean meals anyways, but it's a plus to use it in soup. It's even awesome as a soup itself. 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10 tips for healthy eating
Unlike what you can imagine, having a balanced diet is not such a difficult task. You need to follow three basic rules: consume variety, with quality and moderation. This is possible with discipline and awareness of what is really needed for your body. See the tips! Eat fresh foods Fresh or minimally processed foods, of vegetable origin, are the basis of a balanced diet. Include on the menu: beans, nuts, tubers, grains, fruits, vegetables and greens. Avoid excess salt, sugar, oils and fats Use salt, sugar, oils and fats in small amounts. Excessive sugar consumption contributes to obesity; the improper use of salt, oils and fats can increase the risk of high blood pressure and heart disease. Avoid ultra-processed foods The natural manufacturing process for ready-made foods generally includes high amounts of salt, sugar, oils and fats. In addition, they also bring other substances for industrial use and synthesized in the laboratory from sources such as oil and coal, which do not favor a balanced diet. So, avoid consuming foods like: chips stuffed cookies cake mix instant noodles powder soup ready seasoning  soft drinks Consume functional foods Functional foods are those that help prevent or reduce the risk of some diseases. Soy and fish, for example, help to reduce bad cholesterol; chestnuts, almonds, walnuts, onions and garlic, help the immune system; cabbage, cabbage and broccoli can protect against some types of cancer. Include fiber in your diet Studies indicate that fiber-rich foods, such as brown rice, help reduce the risk of some types of cancer and cardiovascular disease. In addition, they promote satiety and help control body weight. Make a weekly menu Create a weekly plan with the week's menu. This will help to organize food throughout the days and avoid the consumption of ready-made and ultra-processed foods. Make grocery list With the weekly plan in hand, choose a day of the week to go to the fair and the supermarket. Make a shopping list to help you not include items in the cart that will not contribute to your health. Have a balanced breakfast Your healthy choices start in the morning with a breakfast consisting of foods such as whole grain bread, cereals, tapioca, egg, yogurt, cheese and fruit. In addition to nourishing the body, they will give you the energy you need to start the day in a good mood. Eat intermediate meals Eating every three hours favors the proper functioning of the intestine. Include healthy food such as fresh fruit, plain yogurt, nuts and walnuts in between meals. Mindfulness when eating Try to focus while eating your meals. Eating while watching TV or accessing your cell phone can make you consume more than necessary. Also, use that moment to feel the texture and flavor of the food and enjoy each bite. Conclusion Healthy eating should prioritize fresh or minimally processed foods As we have seen, the basis of healthy eating is the proper choice of foods and ingredients. Avoiding ultra-processed foods as much as possible and opting for food in its most natural form, respecting the regions and seasons of production and harvesting, is fundamental. Look for small producers in your region to buy your food. Make at home, as much as you can, the preparation of your meals. You will notice that, in addition to being healthier, there is nothing more delicious than food that tastes like home. Value the food you eat, because then you will be valuing your body and your health. “You are what you eat”, have you heard that phrase? So, review your eating habits to build a healthier and more positive relationship with food. You will gain in disposition, energy, quality of life and, we have no doubt, taste.
How to lose weight without diet: a working and easy scheme for fast weight loss
Dozens of diet options lost pounds and re-acquired in double the size - I went through all the torments of losing weight, dietary restrictions and overload in the gym. I managed to lose 26 kg in just 2 months without torturing myself with a gruelling diet. For more than 3 years the body did not suit me: it is impossible to draw in the stomach, an ugly butt and cellulite on my legs. Needless to say about clothes, you can't find a suitable size. Therefore, I want to share with everyone a working and easy scheme for fast weight loss. A working and easy scheme for fast weight loss Quality weight loss technique 1. Drink clean water. 5-10 minutes before meals, be sure to drink a glass of water. It doesn't matter if you are in a hurry or you don't feel like it, you must do it through force. Thanks to the liquid, all digestive processes are started, and food is absorbed twice as well. 2. Cleansing the body. Food particles remain on the intestinal walls, which, under the influence of high temperatures, begin to rot, and decomposition products are released into the blood. The breakdown of fats slows down, and toxins clog the lymph and blood vessels. Therefore, when you find it hard to breathe, bending over and tying your laces, this is not due to the abdomen, but due to clogged excretory systems. faster way to fat loss How to clean? · Soda water before lunch and dinner. On an empty stomach, 1 tbsp. dissolve in a glass of warm water and drink. It is best to stay at home after the procedure. 3. Scrub and wrap from various products 2-3 times a week. As a rule, these are honey, essential oils, clays, coffee grounds, etc. 4. Eat unhealthy, fatty, starchy foods, sweets for breakfast, immediately after a serving of healthy cereals or fruits. These simple ways will allow you to lose weight without a diet, which has been verified through personal experience. Do not force yourself to eat little or bad food. Compliance with these principles will allow you to remove fat from problem areas in just a few months. Fruit and vegetable diet Overweight problems, they began to bother me after 30 years, when, with an increase of 180 centimetres, my weight, with a constant progressive addition, exceeded the mark of 120 kilograms. Knowing the existing pattern that overweight problems are often associated with metabolic disorders, I decided to radically change my diet. First, I completely eliminated fatty, high-calorie foods from my diet and minimized my consumption of bread. He included fresh vegetables and fruits in his daily menu and limited the use of food prepared by heat treatment to only once every two days. The daily consumption of vegetable salads and fruits allowed me to reduce my weight by 10 kilograms in one month. When I felt the urge to eat, I drank a few sips of clean water and this effectively dulled the feeling of hunger. At the same time, regarding the assortment of vegetables and fruits, as well as the total amount of raw, plant foods I consume, I did not limit myself. Published By Key to a Healthy Lifestyle