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Noted: Top 10 Food Infographics to Hang in Your Kitchen or Save to Your Phone via Lifehacker

August 9th, 2014

Top 10 Food Infographics to Hang in Your Kitchen or Save to Your Phone via Lifehacker

Top 10 Food Infographics to Hang in Your Kitchen or Save to Your Phone via Lifehacker

Sometimes, a chart or infographic is the best way to communicate complex topics—like what the different types of cuts of beef are (and how to cook them) and how to fix common cooking mistakes. Here are some of the most save- or print-worthy food graphics we’ve shared on Lifehacker.

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“Noted” items are particularly good finds from my daily reading which I share via all my social media accounts.

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