We’re Cooking with Water!

By Megan Vick


Just like brewing your morning coffee with filtered water
makes a difference in its taste, cooking with filtered water improves the taste
of your meals!

 

Any foodie will be able to give you an in depth analysis of
the textures, colors, flavors, palatability, and even gastronomical variety of
a given dish, but at the heart of any meal lies the water in which everything is
cooked. Filters provide a simple and economical solution to remove many common
contaminants from your water. A faucet filter will provide your whole family
with ready-to-use filtered water for cooking.

 

Did you know many heavy metals and VOCs in water increase in
concentration when boiled? There is a strong likelihood that unfiltered water
may have some icky stuff in it which could leach into your food while it’s simmering on the stove. Elements like chlorine and sulfur may be
present in the water and can cause both an unpleasant smell and taste in foods–especially baked goods like bread and dough. 
Cooking with filtered water sunstantially reduces your chances of
incorporating those chemicals into those delicious dinner rolls.

 

So, while you’re boiling your noodles, you’ve got to wash
the vegetables for your meal. Are you using filtered water? What if the water
you use to wash those veggies is adding pollutants instead of removing them? Currently,
there is a big movement to buy organic produce so there is no pesticide residue
in or on the fruits and vegetables. Washing your produce with your filtered
water will continue to preserve your precious produce for your meal.

 

Whether you boiled your pasta or steamed your veggies, it’s
almost a guarantee that water played a role in your meal somehow. Using
filtered water will greatly improve the flavor of your food because your food
isn’t subjected to some of the potential chemicals in your water.

 

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