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I don't want to spell it out for you but Ferran Adria will This is his alphabet soup:
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The world would be a better place if doctors only prescribed !
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I've always had a love of food. Travel to other countries/cultures just expanded my love for exploring the world through taste
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Best apples 4 baking (part 2): Gravenstein, Rhode Island Greening, York Imperial, Cortland, Winesap
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Rub your hands with salt and lemon juice to remove fish odors.
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How do you know if is fresh? It should smell fresh&clean Maybe with an aroma of the sea but NOT fishy
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Was William Shakespeare, in fact, ?
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As soon as your meal is over or within 2 hrs (whichever comes 1st), put food in fridge. Allow to cool in fridge, not at room temp
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using a combination of lard & butter in a pie crust gets u the golden brown color & flakiness. T. Keller does this
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Food Safety Tip: Grocery shopping is an important piece of the Food Safety puzzle; check labels, packaging, dates, buy frozen last!
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try and eat the apple skins, as it contains up to five times as many nutrients as the flesh!
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As an egg ages, the air cell in it increases naturally. But, if an egg is rotten, alot of gas is present in it.
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Plant Violence
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The Wines of Portugal: the Azores
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Best for applesauce: Pippin, Rhode Island Greening, McIntosh, Elstar, Cortland, Fuji, Gala, Gravenstein
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Leeks are full of hard to get at sand and dirt, chop them first, then give them a bath in cold water and LIFT out, dirt will remain
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Did you know if the green tops of carrots are left on too long, they can rob the carrot of nutrients
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Edna Opens up a Can of....
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Foodie Follows Mar 28
An Easy Way to Take Your Food to the Next Level: Good Salt
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