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Follow these 10 top cooking tips to have a stress free cooking experience Cooking a great meal should not be stressful. If you follow these 10 top cooking tips you will find that making your next meal a masterpiece is a cinch. Without further adieu here are a 10 top Cooking Tips: Stop opening the […]

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Which Are The Best Ceramic Cooking Pots Around? Among the many types of cooking pots out there, ceramic cooking pots stand out and are considered the best because they’re non-stick, however another plus advantage of these types of cooking pots, unlike teflon is that, they do not release toxic gases when heated at very high […]

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You will need to make use of a top rated digital cooking thermometer at some point in your cooking techniques to help you serve the best meals. A lot of experts say that making use of a digital thermometer can drastically help you in serving the correct temperature of your food. Top Rated Digital Cooking […]

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What To Look For In Top Rated Cooking Pans When you are looking to purchase top of the line cooking pans, it is advisable to buy the pieces separately apposed to buying a whole set. There are different cookware products on the market that are designed specifically for certain techniques used in cooking. So it […]

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The Truth – How Safe is Infrared Cooking? Infrared cooking is a form of high speed cooking which uses infrared energy instead of microwaves to cook your food. Many outdoor grills rely on infrared technology, and as the technology becomes more and more popular, people are starting to question its safety. Infrared is a form […]

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Tips to Becoming a Cooking Instructor To some people cooking is seen as a hassle.  It is something that is done out of necessity rather than something that is done for fun or relaxation.  These people would rather not spend time any real time in other kitchen at all because it brings them no real […]

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Using soup as the first impression of a meal The first impression of a meal is often a soup or salad. The quality of this introductory item may serve as an indication of what is to follow. Starting the meal with an excellent soup or salad is equivalent to putting your best foot forward. It […]

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Cooking a meat stock Meat stock, based on cracked bones and sometimes raw meat, serves as the major ingredient for all meat soups and major meat sauces. Cooked meat will not yield the same flavor, although it is sometimes used. The more mature the meat, the better, because meat becomes more flavorful with age. In […]

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How to make stocks Cracked bones and water are often the main ingredients of meat stock. For this white stock, neck and knuckle bones are preferred, because they contain more collagen (which converts to gelatin) and flavorful extracts than any other bone in the animal. Although all bones are porous, splitting them open helps to […]

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How to store fresh vegetables After vegetables are harvested, they are still viable and continue to respire by taking up oxygen and releasing carbon dioxide. This natural respiration contributes to the deterioration of their appearance, texture, flavor, and vitamin content. The faster a vegetable’s respiration, the more quickly it deteriorates. Post harvest respiration rates differ […]

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