One Touch Water, a company distributing bottleless home water filters, is currently highlighting the benefits gained from using filtered water while cooking in the kitchen.
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While home water purification has its more obvious benefits when it comes to drinking water, it also helps in areas one would not expect: cooking. One Touch Water, found online at http://www.OneTouchWater.com, provides bottleless Point-of-Use (POU) filtration units which produce clean water that can drastically improve the taste of other foods. Water is often used in cooking, and just like any other ingredient, water affects the overall taste of the dish.
“Filtered water tastes much better than what comes out of the tap. After various sediments, fluorides, and other bacteria are removed, what is left is a pure and far more delicious liquid. Not to mention the fact that filtered water offers highly regulated temperature control. What people do not realize is that using water from one of our home water filtration systems while cooking can greatly improve the taste of the simplest meals we produce daily in our kitchens,” said David Green, a spokesperson for One Touch Water.
One Touch Water provides home water filters that go through a series of different purification methods. Each method filters out various forms of bacteria and debris found within the tap water. Through the use of reverse osmosis, a sediment barrier, a separate carbon filter, and UV filtration, all potential hazards are hindered when producing the freshest water available. By attaching a POU filter to an already existing water source in the home, a customer saves more money on fresh tasting water than when using a bottled cooler.
Using water this heavily purified drastically improves the quality of other foods and beverages created every day in the kitchen. Think of an ice cube. Although they are used primarily to cool down a drink, as they melt, the original water is added to the current beverage. A soda or cocktail can taste different if the water in the ice cube is purified, as opposed to one that is potentially full of sediment from the tap. Even less conspicuous is the use of boiled water. Boiling water will rid it of many of the contaminants that exist, but it will not enhance the overall taste. Foods like pasta, mashed potatoes, and soups are all improved by the use of purified water. H2O from one of One Touch Water's home water filtration systems can improve items that undergo a much longer production process. The brewing of craft beer, for example, has become an increasingly popular trend. The quality of the water used when brewing can absolutely affect the final taste of the hop-filled beverage. Pickling, another popular trend in home food creation, is also known to have a better taste when using purified water.
To read more on the benefits of home water purification in relation to cooking, visit One Touch Water’s website at http://www.OneTouchWater.com. Those with questions wishing to contact the company, call 866-710-0100. One Touch Water uses Facebook and Twitter and can be liked or followed at http://www.facebook.com/OneTouchWater and http://twitter.com/OneTouchWater, respectively. For daily updates, One Touch Water maintains a blog at http://www.OneTouchWater.com/blog.