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Come on over, kombucha, kimchi, and pickled veggies. The fermentation food trend has officially taken over, and in 2019 Allen says everyone is taking classes to learn how to incorporate the stuff into their daily eating routine. "There's probiotics in these ingredients, so they can be really good for you," says Allen (probiotics are the little guys that help keep our belly balanced, beat bloat, and fight inflammation). When we hear of probiotics we usually think of yogurt and yogurt only, so it's nice to know we can finally have a little variety when it comes to improving our gut health.
Speaking of yogurt, its strayed from its typically sweet flavor profile and made moves into savory territory. Case in point: popular brands like Noosa, Chobani, and Siggire taking in (yep, that Greek yogurt with fruit on the bottom is loaded with it), and using traditionally savory ingredients like olive oil and hot sauce lowers your daily count (Chobanis sriracha mango, for example, has 14 grams of sugar in a 5.3-ounce container versus 22 grams in their peanut butter dream).
Consider your obsession with sriracha a gateway drug into spicy food land. Allen says the craze around the hot sauce is a good tipping point toward checking out other popular chile-based sauces and pastes.So many different cultures have so many exciting ways to get spice and heat into food,he says. So exploreem—harissa, a chile paste widely used in North African and Middle Eastern cuisine, is one of his faves to cook with. That Baum + Whiteman report also suggests checking out gochujang next time youareout for an adventurous dinner date, as the sweet-and-spicy Korean barbecue sauce is being heralded as a step-up from sriracha in Asian fusion dishes.
re betting you already have this one in your fridge and didnt even realize how great of a kitchen ingredient it was. Allen admits that he has a whole rack of different mustards, most of them spicy, from a wide variety of countries—from Poland and England to Germany and Korea—because they all have different flavor profiles and can be used to put a totally new (and often tastier) spin on a dish you already love. Not sure what to do with yours? Try any of these recipes for a crash course.
admits Allen.The only problem is desert islands dont have refrigerators.Luckily, your kitchen does, so stock up—the average American consumes 34 pounds of the stuff each year, according to recent USDA reports.re great for emergencies, especially if its already shredded,he says (and hes a fan of Sargentos six-cheese Italian blend).You can store some in the fridge and some in the freezer, so its always on hand and easy to defrost, and you can make anything from flat bread and pizzas to fresh mac and cheese.If you want to impress all the foodies coming over for an Insta-famous dinner party, opt for some with a bold flavor—2015 data from Information Resources, Inc. revealed that flavored cheeses, like those infused with jalapeño, herbs and garlic, are up 4.5 percent in volume sales while the unflavored variety only saw a half-percent increase.
Grass-fed meat has been around for a while, but now it actually tastes good, so Allen deems it worthy of a comeback.If youve been eating corn-fed beef your whole life, youll definitely notice a difference,he says.It changes the way the meat marbles, so the flavors can be completely different.And beef isn
t surprised that the broth has found a new way to hit the market—theres this new openness to trying completely different beverages that we didnt have before,he says—he doesnt necessarily think the K-cups are your best option if youdoing it in pods raises the prices,he says. Good thing you can make it in your slow cooker—just as easy without the high costs.
Speaking of broth—and our newfound obsession with all things spice—ramen is a meal everyone can start making at home in 2019. So you should have all the basic ingredients to make it on handand a few extras to experiment with flavor.The key is to really make a great broth, so I think its best make your own stock,says Allen.I like to make mine using chicken or pork, and you can either smoke it in the backyard or do it in the oven with the bone in. Either way, it becomes a natural byproduct of the braise and its so good.Once youve got the broth down, its time for the ramen—and when the fun kicks in, as you can try anything from a Japanese udon to a Vietnamese pho. If youre not sure where to start, we
If you havent caught on yet, let us spell it out: 2019 is the year of spice. So obviously turmeric needs to be in the mix. Itre sick of using it for all things curry-based, Allen suggests using it while you bake.he says. On the savory end, you could grate the fresh root into a risotto or rice-based dish, he suggests, or even in paella.
s good news: seaweed is about to take over.
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