The beef stew with corn and carrots recipe is very simple for a cook of any level. Good for a winter lunch or dinner. It contains both meat and vegetables. Rice goes very well with this dish. The corn and carrots give the stew a sweetish flavor. The meat in this one is great.


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  1. Cut the meat into slices as you like. You can take any meat that you have at this time in the refrigerator.
  2. Cut carrots, onions, and mushrooms into large pieces.
  3. Pour vegetable oil into the stewing pan or slowcooker. Add meat and vegetables. Add some water or broth. In our case, this is a broth with chopped garlic. Simmer in a pan for 30 minutes.
  4. Add salt and black pepper. Pour the corn out of the can. Simmer for another 15 minutes.
  5. Serve with Jasmin rice and parsley.

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When we’re offered “white or wheat” toast at a diner, we might go for the “healthier” choice of wheat. But “wheat” isn’t the word that matters;
both white bread and “wheat” bread are made from the wheat plant.
So, what’s the real-food choice here? One hundred percent whole wheat. Unless you specifically see the word “whole” in front of the word “wheat,” you’re looking at a highly processed product that won’t give you the full benefit of whole grains.


  •  Whole Grain = Whole-grain corn, whole-grain cornmeal, wholegrain corn flour (also called masa harina), and even popcorn
  • Refined = Cornmeal, enriched cornmeal.