5 Better Fitness Tips For Busy Professionals

By Chef Murph Is this you.? It could be any hard worker worker in America can attest to just how bad working can be on your health. Whether it’s sitting at a desk for eight hours, looking at a computer screen or spending your shift on your feet, running around an emergency room treating patients….

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Bacon-Wrapped Baked Chicken: By Chef Amanda Dobbs Here is fun recipe to try: Simply pound some boneless and skinless chicken breast flat. Fill with cream cheese and finely-chopped chives. Fold the breast over and then wrap with bacon. Secure with a toothpick. Bake in a 400 F oven for about 40 minutes or until juices…

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Soggy Sandwiches Stop pre-made sandwiches from going soggy. To prevent lunch times and sandwiches from becoming soggy, spread both pieces of bread to the edges with butter, mustard, peanut butter, or mayonnaise. Then wrap the sandwich in wax paper or plastic wrap. Or if possible, assemble the sandwich just before eating. Just pack the bread…

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Avoid oozing egg whites. Do your eggs ooze out some of their whites when you boil them? By Chef Murph This is because every egg contains an airpocket at the larger rounded end. When placed in simmering water the airpocket expands and creates a higher atmospheric pressure within the egg than in the water. The…

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Salted vs Unsalted Butter. By Chef Murph Butter is available both with and without salt. The salt is added for extra flavor and to help preserve it so it has a longer shelf life. The problem is that sometimes the salt in butter can be more than a recipe needs. Choosing unsalted butter gives you…

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A Substitution for Eggs By Chef Murph Need an egg for a recipe but you’re all out? You can substitute two tablespoons of real mayonnaise for a large egg in any recipe. Be sure not to use whipped salad dressing though unless you want the extra saltt hat it contains.

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An easy way to peel ginger root. To easily peel ginger root, place it in the freezer for an hour before use and then remove the skin with a sharp knife. Or, try using the edge of a spoon when peeling room temperature ginger root.