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When you hear about Georgian cuisine, you automatically think about the fluffy, cheesy and insta-famous Khachapuri – which happens to be the country’s national dish. Or maybe you think about US state, Georgia. Or even the 18th century Georgian Era.

But no, that’s not what we’re talking about. You think that a cheesy bread is probably all the small country has to offer. You’re not too familiar with the region and don’t think much of it.

Here’s the deal:

Not many know this, but Georgia has a diverse selection of cuisine. Some people may call Georgia as a cheese lover’s paradise, but it also has delectable appetizers, meat, desserts, wine, and even vegetarian dishes.

Located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, it shares borders with Turkey, Russia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan. With Caucasian, Eastern Europe and Asian influences, Georgian foods is a must try for your taste buds.

That’s why in this article we’re going to give you the ultimate list of delicious Georgian Foods that you must try.

With this list, whether you’re traveling to its capital city Tbilisi, going to a local Georgian restaurant near you, or even cooking your own from a Georgian food blog recipe – you’ll know which dish you should try. We have conveniently divided the list into cheeses, vegetarians, meat, desserts, and wines for you.

We’ll also provide where you can get these Georgian dishes. Either it’s simple enough to cook, or if you can get them at restaurants in Tbilisi or near you.

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Peanut butter is the first thing that comes to our mind when we think of breakfast spreads. Relatively low in carbs, it’s ideal in a Keto diet and you can consume it without much concern of getting kicked out of ketosis.

Tastewise, peanut butter is delicious. According to connoisseurs, peanut butter has a unique texture that first sticks and then melts in your mouth.

But, it’s peanut butter, and not everyone enjoys peanuts. Some people are allergic to it to such an extent that even a teaspoon full of peanut butter is enough to kill them. The percentage of people allergic to peanut butter is relatively small, but the risk is always there.

So, what about the other 99% of people who aren’t allergic to peanut butter? Is it unhealthy for them as well?

Let’s find out whether peanut butter is healthy or unhealthy for human health.

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Tagines, couscous, harira, Gazelle horns… Moroccan cuisine is rich in tastes and flavors!

Rich in flavor and taste and cleverly spiced, Moroccan cuisine is one of the most famous in the world. The diversity of its dishes is only equaled by its influences: Arabic, Berber, Moorish, Jewish, African and even Asian!

Whether they are prepared for celebrations or everyday meals, here are the 16 top Moroccan specialties that will awaken your taste buds!

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What is called Fragaria ananassa, is bright red, has a very juicy texture, a distinct aroma, and somewhat sweet flavor?

It’s a strawberry.

Heck, I don’t know about you, but I love Fragarias ananassas!

The fruit’s originated in Europe in the 18th century. You can call it a hybrid between two wild strawberry species, one from Chile and the other from North America.

Strawberries are highly nutritious and good for health. Not only are these an excellent source of manganese and vitamin C, but strawberries also contain adequate amounts of potassium and folate (B9). Moreover, strawberries have a rich proportion of antioxidants and plant compounds.

This is why strawberries are considered suitable for heart health and controlling blood sugar levels.

Usually, strawberries are eaten fresh and raw, but you can use them in a variety of sweet treats such as jams, jellies, ice creams, smoothies, cakes, and many other desserts.

Strawberries are also commonly used for food flavoring.

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DO YOU WANT SOME SUGAR?

If you’re like most Americans, there is a good chance that you’re eating more sugar than you should to remain healthy.

Sugar consumption has never been as high as it’s today. In a century, we’ve gone from 1 kg per year per capita to 25 kg per year per capita and this is still increasing!

Responsible for 35 million deaths per year, we could almost talk about a serial killer!

This should make us reflect a little!

Sugar, the element that’s everywhere in our diet, which exalts our taste buds and gives us a feeling of immediate well-being, that food which reassures us and that we give to children when they have behaved, that pure white molecule, added to our drinks so they taste better is certainly the worst poison for our cells!

And yes, we are addicted to sugar, industrial products abound in supermarket shelves, children are always asking for more because they are used to eating sweet food very early on, their cells are craving for more like addicts for their dose of heroin.

But at the same time, diseases such as diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular conditions are on the rise.

We often talk about the damage that regular sugar consumption causes to the body, but why not talk about the benefits of quitting?

There are many benefits, and we’ll enumerate them in this article.

This should motivate you to reduce your consumption and restrict it to only certain occasions! We’re also gonna show you in this article how you to stop eating sugar and it’s easier than you think.

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One Sunday afternoon, I was looking forward to trying an exciting new tomato sauce recipe but realized that I’ve had run out of tomato paste. It totally freaked me out, and that’s when I decided to explore the alternatives to tomato paste.

Did you ever have to go through a similar experience as I did?

Perhaps, it’s time we learn about the substitutes of tomato paste to counter such situations like a pro.

You’d be happy to know that there’re many different ways to substitute tomato paste, which you can use in your recipes.

So, ready to check out the substitutes of tomato paste?

After reading this article, I am sure nobody will have to go through the same situation as I had to. I’ve collected so many different and delectable alternatives for tomato paste that you’d quickly find one of them in your kitchen whenever you’re out of tomato paste.

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Among the many perks that adulthood brings along is the ability to enjoy a wide range of refreshing beverages including alcohol.

An adult beverage is all you need to enjoy the party, have fun meetings with your coworkers, and enjoy your favorite Mediterranean meal. The idea is to have a little more fun with an adult beverage or cocktail in your hand.

However, excessively drinking alcohol is bad. It affects our health negatively. You may want to convince yourself that you’re drinking a moderate amount of alcohol, but it’s only natural to overdo it unknowingly.

But, as they say, anything is possible if you want to make it happen, same is the case with alcohol drinking. If you’re going to control your alcohol intake, you can very well do it.

Apart from getting rid of those awful hangovers, here’re six health benefits that might compel you to control alcohol consumption.

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People often get confused while choosing between fresh and canned tomatoes. One type is a healthier option while the other is hassle-free. Selecting between the two usually becomes too difficult. It’s like choosing between longer and shorter cooking time.

That’s why we think that it’s about time we put the argument to rest and explore the difference between the two varieties. Let’s examine why fresh tomatoes are better than canned tomatoes, and when to use canned tomatoes.

This pulpy, red fruit is full of nutrition and flavor if only you use it the right way. After reading this article, you’ll be able to make the proper selection the next time you go for tomato shopping.

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Who doesn’t like paprika? It’s one of our favorite spices.

Paprika is different from other spices; it has a unique smokiness and subtle spiciness. It’s one of the few spices that compliment almost all types of dishes, from zesty marinades to simmering stews.

However, to get the best flavor from this ruby-colored spice, you’ve got to understand how to use it.

To understand it, you need to explore the different varieties of paprika and their distinct characteristics.

Let’s get to the basics first before going into a detailed analysis of paprika.

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Rice is one of the most widely consumed foods in the world. It’s a daily food in much of Asia but has long been popular the rest of the world over.

The standard type of rice available to many is white rice, and we are led to believe that this is perfectly healthy. However, there is a range of health benefits associated with other kinds of rice, such as red and brown.

Brown rice is the most widely known kind after white rice, but it’s nowhere near the healthiest version of rice available.

If you’re trying to lose weight, or simply want to eat healthier, making little changes like the type of rice you eat will have a big impact on your overall diet and health.

In this article, we’ll show you why white rice isn’t very good for you, and the health benefits of red rice.

At the end of the article are a few interesting red rice recipes to get you inspired.

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