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    Frozen honey health risks you should know before you jump on the TikTok food trend

    Frozen honey might be the hot new food trend for summer, but experts say people need to be mindful of their sweet tooth. Participants of the trend either freeze honey overnight or blend the gelatinous sweetener with corn syrup or another syrup of their choice, according to the thousands of videos shared under the #FrozenHoney hashtag on TikTok. HOW TO MAKE FROZEN HONEY, TIKTOK’S HOTTEST SUMMER TREAT According to the USDA’s online nutrition database, FoodData Central, a single tablespoon of honey contains around 63.8 calories and 17.2 grams of sugar by itself while a single tablespoon of corn syrup 

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    60 Biggest TikTok Viral Recipe Trends of 2021

    (Confessions of Parenting) The beauty of TikTok is that you just never know what you’re going to get. I held off getting the TikTok app because I thought it was only about dancing. Then, by word of mouth, I heard about the Nacho Table Trend and Whipped Coffee. All the chatter was enough to lure me in and I became an instant fan of this giant world of cooking videos. These viral TikTok recipes are not the perfectly curated videos you will find on other social media channels though. These are tried-and-true recipes made by regular people; people looking  

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    Chick-fil-A uses conveyor belts to transport food at some locations, viral TikTok shows

    Chick-fil-A is known for its great service, which apparently is possible in part thanks to conveyor belts.  An employee of the fast-food chain posted a video on TikTok last month showing off the conveyor belt with the caption: “a Chick-fil-A secret I bet you didn’t know.” The video shows bags of food that are clipped onto a conveyor belt on the ceiling of the restaurant, moving from the kitchen to the drive-thru window. CHICK-FIL-A WORKER EXPOSES FOOD WASTE AT THE CHICKEN CHAIN ON TIKTOK “Our kitchen sends the food to the window using a conveyor belt to make things move  

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    Chick-fil-A worker exposes food waste at the chicken chain on TikTok

    A Chick-fil-A employee is calling out the fast-food giant for wasting food.  An employee of the Georgia-based chain posted a viral video on TkTok of what appears to be another worker tossing a tray of chicken nuggets into the trash.  A Chick-fil-A employee is calling out the fast-food giant for wasting food. (iStock) The TikTok user, who remains anonymous under the username @jlucvss, posted a video showing another employee throwing out a full tray of chicken nuggets with the caption “what they do every night with the chicken nuggets at Chick-fil-A.”  The video, with more than 7 million views, sparked  

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    Lesson of the Day: ‘TikTok, the Fastest Way on Earth to Become a Food Star’

    Students in U.S. high schools can get free digital access to The New York Times until Sept. 1, 2021. Lesson Overview Featured Article: “TikTok, the Fastest Way on Earth to Become a Food Star” by Taylor Lorenz What does your “For You” page look like on TikTok? Do you watch mostly dance challenges, lip syncs, comedians, travel videos or something else? Have you ever ventured onto food TikTok, or FoodTok? Food content exploded on the app when the pandemic forced people indoors and cooking became a hobby for many. Now, some Gen Z cooks have turned to TikTok  

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    TikTok, the Fastest Way on Earth to Become a Food Star

    Eitan Bernath, a 19-year-old TikTok star with more than 1.6 million followers, began posting cooking content to the platform in 2019. Like many Generation Z TikTok chefs, he taught himself to cook by watching YouTube and the Food Network. He would share the things he made to Instagram, but never gained much traction. Within 24 hours of posting his first TikTok, however, he had accrued tens of thousands of followers. Mr. Bernath, whose demeanor is bright, upbeat and approachable, began sharing short, easy-to-make recipes that other beginner cooks and his teenage peers could make at home. The videos took  

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    Home cooks find inspiration from TikTok videos | Food And Drink

    From sourdough to feta pasta, much of the last year at home has been food-focused. And one driver of these delectable fads is the social media platform TikTok. Many people have embraced cooking during the pandemic — when they’ve been bored at home and looking to try something new. TikTok was ready to fill the gap as a foodie paradise, and has seen more than 15 billion food posts. “It’s my bedtime routine,” Lori Jackson, 54, of Lynn, Massachusetts, said of watching TikTok cooking videos. “I’ve taken ideas I’ve seen on there and made them.” One of the burgeoning TikTok  

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    South Beach Wine & Food Festival with TikTok chef

    By 7 p.m. Thursday, a line hugged the side of the Delray Beach Market, filled with people holding tickets to the Food Network and Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival.  As tickets were processed and temperatures were taken, they moved inside. The event at the Delray Beach Market kicked off the festival’s first night and the first time the 20-year-old fest held an event in southern Palm Beach County. The night belonged to Nick DiGiovanni, the youngest-ever finalist on TV’s “MasterChef” series. He hosted and cooked up some meals in the food hall’s Mezzanine show kitchen as  

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    ‘Nature’s cereal’ creator explains origins of TikTok food trend, answers critics

    Nature’s cereal is the latest food trend to hit TikTok. (Photo: TikTok/natures_food) A concoction dubbed “nature’s cereal” is the latest food trend to take over TikTok after Lizzo gave the refreshing breakfast food a try. But as people are both praising and knocking the bowl of fruit turned “cereal” with the addition of coconut water, its originator, Sherwayne Mears, tells Yahoo Life that he wasn’t expecting to create such a divisive snack. Known by the handle @natures_food on TikTok, Mears explains that he uses the social media platform to share his love for plants and fruit — two things that  

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    TikTok Is Obsessed With This Crispy Potatoes Recipe

    It seems like every week there is a new TikTok-famous recipe (remember pancake cereal?? Were we ever so young?). However, some foods that come from the app have seemed to stand the test of time, the most popular of which might just be this insanely delicious crispy potato recipe that’s gotten more millions of views and even some love from celebs. The creation was made by Jeremy Scheck who goes by @scheckeats on TikTok. Chances are some version of this recipe has popped up on your For You Page as various videos of the potatoes have racked up nearly 20  

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