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Unsaturated Fatty Acids, Saturated Acids and Trans Fatty Acids Unsaturated Fatty Acids, Saturated Acids and Trans Fatty Acids
Fat in cooking oil is made up of three fatty acid groups and a single glycerol derivative.Fatty acids are characterized into saturated and unsaturated fatty acids...
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Is low sodium soy sauce or chicken powder the solution to low salt dishes? Is low sodium soy sauce or chicken powder the solution to low salt dishes?
Salt is the chemical compound of sodium and chlorine. Potassium, or artificial salt, replaces sodium in "Low-salt soy sauce" and "low-sodium salt" . Chicken powder...
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What is Glutamic Acid? What is Glutamic Acid?
Scientists have recently identified the fifth taste known as "umami" (savory). Taste buds can detect "umami" evoked by Glutamatic Acids (or Glutamate). Glutamic...
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The Science of Taste The Science of Taste
The Origin of Flavour Tongue, nose or both? Our taste buds can only detect the four basic tastes of sweet, sour, bitter and salty. If you close your eyes and hold...
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Cooking Oil - Eat less, but not Oil-free Cooking Oil - Eat less, but not Oil-free
Cooking oil, such as corn oil and margarine, is the major dietary source of fats. One of the principles for healthy eating is to reduce the amount of fat intake and...
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