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Using oils for cooking #21

What many people do not know is that cooking oils such as Virgin Olive Oil can go rancid within just a couple of months. To avoid using oil that has gone bad, keep oils in your refridgerator. When you need to use the oil it can easily be liquified within seconds by running the bottle under warm tap water. Stay healthy!

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Thanks to: Gemma P. - Chicago - USA. - rec.:Mar 21, 2002 - pub.:Mar 22, 2002 - sent.:Jun 15, 2002
Salt tip #997

To stop your saltshaker from getting clogged up, put a few grain of rice in with the salt. This will keep the salt dry.

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Thanks to: Pauline Keith - United Kingdom - rec.:Jan 16, 2003 - pub.:Feb 24, 2003
Green Vegetables #1585

Steam green vegetables with a dash of lemon, balsamic vinegar or minced herbs instead of butter or oil.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Jun 2, 2003 - pub.:Jun 2, 2003
Tender Chicken #2238

Ever wander how do restaurants serve such tender, moist chicken?
Well they submerge the breasts in buttermilk and refrigerate them for 3-4 hours before cooking.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Feb 9, 2004 - pub.:Feb 9, 2004
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