Testing Methodology

How do we test the recipes and products?

At AHealthyBowl.com (Formerly TheLadyChef.com) our team of professionals works together to help you get the best culinary experiences. Here you’ll find recipes from all cultures, products of all types, and gadgets to make your life and time in the kitchen easy peasy. We make sure to cover all the aspects to give in-depth detail.

Why should you trust us?

Whatever we bring to you comes to us first. We not just develop a recipe but try, test, and analyze it for its nutrient content and calculate the total cost. Only then is it approved for our audience. Similarly, if we review a product, it is first tested by our crew members. They list their personal experiences while writing any review. Behind all our work lies our years of experience and in-depth knowledge of current trends. While developing any content for our site, we take care that it is:-


Even if we are writing the most straightforward recipe, we thoroughly understand the individual elements and consider it from a newbie’s perspective. Our reviews cover every possible prospect and consequence of the product so that the readers get authentic and detailed information.


What good is our webpage if we are going to give you the same old information available everywhere else? Our content is not a mere rewriting. It is original, it is genuine, and it is thoughtful. That is because our recipes and reviews are written after trial and testing by professionals.


In this age of technology, where everyone has a gadget, we need to have the facts, figures, and data with us. Statistical data of each tested recipe prove that we have invested time and energy in developing new articles. We have also done qualitative and quantitative analyses before bringing anything to our readers


Each piece of writing is written from a professional angle. Each recipe or review comes from well-studied and well-researched backgrounds. This is because we have professional writers and a team of culinary professionals, nutritionists, kitchen experts, and equipment specialists.

Testing Methodology

So how exactly do we test the products we recommend to you? What happens when we decide to standardize a recipe? The procedure is quite long, but we do not hesitate to do the work. The reader’s delight is our top priority.

Our testing procedures are far from simple. We go through several standardized tests for each product we review and each recipe we write to attain first-hand statistical data. Some of our standard testing procedures are explained below.

The water boiling test (WBT)

Those who know will affirm that it is a test performed in control settings of the laboratory. If we write about a particular kitchen stove, we conduct this test to determine the efficiency of the stove in heating water in a given fuel. In 1st step, the water at room temperature is set to boil, providing a pre-measured amount of fuel. In the 2nd step, hot water is heated on the stove, providing a pre-measured amount of fuel. In the 3rd step, water is kept to a simmer. That gives us the statistical data we use in our reviews to deliver first-hand information to our readers.

Stain resistant test for kitchen sinks

For reviewing kitchen sinks, we first conduct a stain-resistant test. It is done by dripping fixed amounts of soy sauce, spiced oil, coffee, and gravy. We then leave it for 24 hours and wash it with detergent and water. If the kitchen sink gets easily cleaned without any stain remnants and odor, it is then selected for a review.

Working capacity test for Juicer

Whenever we review a particular juicer brand, we first test it with various fruits. These include apples, carrots, beetroots, kiwi, pear, cucumber, and others. We determine the working capacity concerning the hardness and texture of the fruit, the size of the cut fruit, and the amount of juice yield in milliliters. The juicer which gives us maximum results in less time and hassle is selected.

How accurate are we in our findings?

Since most of our testing procedures are laboratory-based and performed in controlled conditions, we claim to be entirely accurate. The recipe testing is also done by professionals, taking into account all the aspects like taste, palatability, aroma, nutrient content, etc. However, there are always variables that may influence the results otherwise. Overall, our reviews are 60 to 75% accurate.

Can you rely on our test results for commercial and domestic use?

The simplest answer. Not 100%. That is because no matter how rigorous our testing is, there might be individual factors. Our tests, recipes, and statistical data are presented to our readers for informational purposes. The more you will experiment, the more refined your experience will be. And in the combination of our provided information and your personal experience, you are going to get a result that is reliable and suitable for you.