➡️ Over the last few months, I have been cooking more and more Mediterranean food at home. It is one of my favorite cuisines, and I have been learning a lot about different spices, herbs, and different ways of preparing food. Why? Because Mediterranean foods are both delicious and super healthy!
➡️ I have already been inspired to try some new recipes, and I have been trying to incorporate more Mediterranean foods into my diet. I have found that the flavors of Mediterranean food are bold and aromatic, and they are a great way to add a bit of extra flavor to your meals without having too much salt or fat.
➡️ When it comes to cooking, I like to keep things simple (most often!). I like to use fresh, in-season ingredients to make my food taste incredible. My goal is to make food that is healthy but also tastes like something special and worth eating. For these reasons, Mediterranean dishes are becoming more and more my favorites.
Cooking Mediterranean Food Is Critical For Your Health!
➡️ When it comes to cooking tasty food for lunch or dinner, I’m the total Mediterranean. I love bold flavors and spice, which is why I am often attracted to Mediterranean cuisine. There are rich spices like cumin and coriander, but there are also subtle flavors like lemon and parsley. The result is a cuisine that is both complex and satisfying.
➡️ Mediterranean dishes are full of flavor but are also great for those who don’t like their food too spicy. Plus, cooking in the Mediterranean style allows you to add variety to your meals and make them much healthier. Be aware that the Mediterranean diet is high in the rates of consumption of fruits and vegetables, as well as seafood and fish.
➡️ In the Mediterranean diet, whole or minimally processed foods with little added fat are consumed in large quantities, and there is little or no intake of refined sugars, alcohol (maybe except wine), or carbonated beverages. In a traditional Mediterranean diet, olive oil and wine are used in both sweet and savory dishes. Also, many people eat fresh bread daily, instead of packaged bread, which is a lot way healthier.
➡️ Mediterranean diet has been around for thousands of years, but its origins are unclear. It is thought to have originated in the eastern Mediterranean, where over the centuries, foods such as olive oil, herbs, and spices have been added to create the complex flavors and tastes that are uniquely Mediterranean!
Below is a culinary article that I found interesting about cooking Mediterranean food recipes.
“Give your legs and feet the natural relief they need with this full-leg massager This December 2016 photo shows a Mediterranean tomato wheat berry salad with fresh herbs in New York. This dish is from a recipe by Katie Workman. (Mia via AP) May is National Mediterranean Diet Month, and though Detroiters have easy access to this specific cuisine, cooking at home can be just as delicious.
According to Harvard University, there have been times that doctors will prescribe a Mediterranean diet for you if you have a chronic condition like high blood pressure or heart disease.
The university reports that research has shown this cuisine effectively reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases and overall mortality.
Below are a few Mediterranean dishes you can try to make at home![…]”
➡️ Enjoy cooking Mediterranean food from scratch!
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📖 Cooking article by The Passionate Gourmet.