All car lovers have these tools handy as well. But if you are a regular driver like most folks then there is no reason why you should not have an essential tool stored away in the boot of your car. Yes, you do not need to store it away in your garage. Just think how inconvenient this would be, particularly when there has been an emergency. Why dangerously distract your driving, rushing home to clean up the mess your small kid left in the backseat of your car when you can already have a vacuum cleaner ready and good to go, right there with you.
While you can buy a vacuum specially made for cars at any or most hardware stores (depending where you are located) it is probably a better shopping exercise to stay online. This is new territory for many of you reading this tonight. So, while you are online, you will be giving yourself a worthy introduction to all the ins and outs of using a specialist car vacuum. You will be equipping yourself with the instrument’s basic features before setting off on your way to find the best car vacuum for your specific purposes and/or conditions.
You will be starting your engines with at least five or six comprehensive reviews. It must be said that there are dozens of car vacuums listed but why confuse yourself at this early stage. Perhaps, at this stage, you will only be after a very basic model. It may not be the best all-round but it will be the best for you, for the time being, and affordable too. Do make a note, however, that your best car vacuum is going to be a lightweight item.
It is going to be portable and handheld. This makes it even easier to use. Earlier, it was said that you would be ideally storing this vacuum cleaner in the boot of your car. So, being portable, lightweight, and small at the same time makes it perfect for the boot. It takes up little space.
You have probably heard quinoa is a superfood and it can be a lower calories option, which is better for you than rice. That’s a bold statement as is the idea that quinoa should replace rice in your diet. People in the east of the world have eaten rice as a staple since forever. The Peruvians and the high Andes have done the same. Which should you choose?
Getting to a level playing field when comparing quinoa vs rice is difficult. One online source quoted quinoa as having twenty times more magnesium, potassium and iron than rice. But what is being compared? When it comes to fats quinoa has nearly twice the fat. But let’s put it into context. In one cup rice has 1.8g and quinoa 3.6g. An average adult intake of fats daily is about 24g. The result, yes quinoa has more fat, but neither is excessive in a 24g day.
We could continue to break down each of them. Quinoa has more folate which women find hard to get, but rice has more niacin which helps to bring down cholesterol. But it doesn’t really get us anywhere.
In this one against the other debate, it makes sense to look at protein, especially if we are considering the two in the context of a vegetarian or especially a vegan diet. Quinoa is a complete protein it has all the essential amino acids and rice doesn’t. The gram difference is not so great 8g to 5g in quinoa’s favor. What matter is the type of protein and if this about getting protein into the diet, quinoa comes out on top.
Are there any other criteria where it is possible to distinguish? How about taste? Quinoa is famous for its nutty flavor and it a noticeable, marked taste. Rice only tastes like perfectly pleasant rice. If you want something that is not going to compete then perhaps rice is the choice.
Both these staples have a value in the diet. The key is to use the one which will deliver what you’re looking for.