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Benefits of Wood-Fired Cooking

Though an ancient method of cooking, the use of wood while cooking has still managed to persist through civilizations and is now recognized as a unique method of cooking. If you are wondering why more and more people use wood, we’ll look into the advantages of cooking with wood today.

· Provides A Unique Flavor and Taste in The Food

Ever wondered why food cooked on fire-wood tastes so great and different? All that unique flavor and taste are gotten from the smoke made by the wood.

Different types of woods result in different kinds of tastes, but all are unique and wonderful. You can’t get these flavors gotten from any other source too, so, be mindful of that.

· Provides Healthier Foods

As a general rule, wood-fired ovens are known to cook food much faster than other sources of heat. As a result of this, it retains more nutrients than the other sources because the food doesn’t stay long enough on the fire to kill any nutrients.

Vegetables, for example, can easily lose their nutrients when heated for too long. Fortunately, you don’t have to worry about this when cooking with wood.

· Provides Food That Is Free from Any Chemicals

Since wood is a natural source of heat, you will not have to worry about any foreign chemicals while preparing your food. Wood does not rely on any foreign chemicals to stimulate heat. As a result of this, wood-fired foods are a healthier option and the best source of clean and delicious food.

If you would love a caterer who can provide a variety of unique food during your wedding, or perhaps a wedding menu filled with delicious and healthy food, Deshebrado Catering and Events is here for you!

We are Colorado’s favorite wedding caterers! Our delicious meals are not just prepared using wood but are made from the best ingredients. Anything you sink your teeth into will be tasty, healthy, and unique. Our meals are a perfect blend of modern and old school dishes.

Contact us today for an amazing menu befitting an amazing wedding celebration!

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