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Trendy Food And Cooking Products That Are (And Aren’t) Worth It

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The internet is full of recommendations. Every day, you’ll come across some of the most popular kitchen appliances, trendy ingredients, and viral recipes and wonder if they’re worth trying. u/refine Asked”what product [did] Have you ever wanted to try the Internet?


“Kitcheaid Stand Mixer. I’ve been reading about it for years and as an avid baker I’ve wanted one for a long time. When the hand mixer finally died I thought it was time to get one.” And yes, it’s been great, I use it at least twice a week.”


“For me, it was Old Bay Seasoning. Not here in France, but I kept reading about this wonderful product (especially for seafood). I couldn’t bear to not try it for another day, so I bought it. Amazon ‘s Old Bay box. So far I’ve used it for ratatouille, shrimp and chicken. It’s pretty good, but unnecessary in my opinion. I know how Old Bay works. Useful for quick recipes and people not interested in spending time learning about spices, but it was of little value to me.


“Instant Pot. I finally took the plunge and used it 3 days a week for 2 years. Pressure cookers are amazing.”


“Meal kits. I’ve been trying it out for a while and my partner and I found it much more economical to save the recipes that were sent to us for the first three months and buy the ingredients from our local grocery store. Agreed, our biggest complaint was too much wasted packaging while trying out the product.”


“Better than gold nuggets. It’s so good. For me, it’s completely replaced dry gold nugget cubes and boxed broth.”


“Nutritional Yeast. I love it in popcorn, but I don’t think it tastes very good in soups, salads, etc. It’s a pantry staple, but as far as I’m concerned, I use One Trick Pony.” Popcorn Seasoning Fee only. ”


“Kewpie’s Japanese mayonnaise. It’s so popular it’s hard to keep track of where I live, but I have to admit that it honestly tastes better than your typical grocery store mayonnaise.” I can’t.”


“I watch a lot of home cooking on YouTube and one food that stands out and is hyped for me is pickled red onions. is fully justified. everytime Put it in the refrigerator now. ”


“All bagel condiments. I love it and it’s made up of flavorful ingredients I don’t usually have on hand.”


“Chili Oil. Thanks to your Instagram feed, I’ve decided to try different chili oils, from Trader Joe’s versions to Fly By Gin and Momofuku versions. Honestly, it’s one of the ingredients I can’t live without. A little scoop of this ingredient adds so much flavor to anything I cook, whether it’s simple noodles or basic roasted vegetables.”


“It’s a good cast iron pan. I seasoned it from scratch and cooked a steak and immediately realized the magic.”


“Thanks to Reddit, I finally decided to buy MSG. Now I add MSG to all my home cooking and never look back.”


“Smashburger. Cooking a burger this way turned out to be everything it was advertised for and more. You can’t go back to how burgers were made before.”


“High quality canned fish. I have been a fan of canned fish for many years. I use it for escabeche.The taste is incredible and it’s the easiest and quickest meal I’ve had when I’m in a pinch.


“Dalgona coffee, this whipped coffee drink was taking the internet by storm. It looked good, but it was too sweet and fluffy.”


“Fresh truffles. I wanted to like it, but I didn’t care how it tasted. I’ve seen chefs use truffles in all kinds of fancy dishes, and I personally love it.” No, I’d rather use chanterelles, morels, or giant truffles.Portabella in my dish instead.”


“The latest ‘hype’ product I bought is an air fryer. I got a Ninja so I can confirm it. It’s THE BOMB.”


“That viral TikTok tomato feta pasta. It’s now a staple in my household and one of my rotation meals. If you haven’t made it yet, it’s worth a try!”


“Sous Vide. Really cooks the best steak I’ve ever had. So tender. This gadget is a game changer.”


“Almost all the recipes that have become social media famous. These things are hardly worth making. Remember the trendy cloud eggs? It’s, well… everything for something that tastes like eggs.” It was the job of

twenty one.

“Homemade pasta. I saw people making it online and thought it would take too long to show off, but switching from packaged store-bought pasta to fresh pasta is incredible. My husband got a KitchenAid accessory, which makes it easy.Now I make homemade pasta on Sundays and freeze it for a week.

twenty two.

“Cauliflower is everything from rice and pizza crusts to fried cauliflower ‘chicken wings. Why can’t cauliflower satisfy itself? It’s a perfectly delicious vegetable and I’m afraid we’re giving it a complex. ”

twenty three.

“Mason jar salad. Saw it on Pinterest. Sure, it looks pretty, but trying to eat salad out of the jar sucks. When you throw it in a bowl, you end up with two dirty plates. Whole thing curls up.” It makes a lot more sense to prepare and eat salads in food storage containers. ”

twenty four.

“Kerrygold Pure Irish Salted Butter. The internet loves this.

twenty five.

“Overnight oats. I’ve seen this breakfast on blogs, YouTube, TikTok, etc. and tried recipe after recipe. IMO, it tastes terrible. Liquids and other ingredients that make you sad.”


“Cookie butter. I first tried it when I was 20. It’s arguably the greatest invention a Belgian has ever come up with. I love making desserts like cookie butter New York cheesecake. Biscoff with a cookie crust.”


“Immersion blender. Haven’t been without it for a long time. Great for soups and sauces. No need to worry about transferring food to the blender. With the whisk attachment you can never mess up your emulsion again.” There is nothing to do.”


“Acai. Almost all ‘superfoods’ make me sick, but acai has the added benefit of tasting awful.”

What trendy or topical recipes, ingredients, or culinary products have you tried out in the wake of the Internet, and what is your own experience with it? Let us know in the comments!

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