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How to Harvest Rosemary
Updated: June 24, 2019 Rosemary is a very robust herb that is easy to grow and care for at home. The fragrant leaves of the rosemary bush smell and taste wonderful in all kinds of recipes. Rosemary is even used to create hair treatments with lots of beneficial properties for your hair and scalp. It’s very simple to harvest rosemary and use it fresh, or store it for later use in things
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6-05-2019, 01:00
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How to Replace Fresh Herbs With Dried Herbs
When a recipe calls for fresh herbs but you're all out of them, it it possible to substitute dried herbs on many occasions. However, it is important to know how to do this successfully, something following the steps in this article will help you with.
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6-03-2019, 16:00
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How to Season Zucchini
Zucchini is an especially mild, some might even say bland, vegetable. But the vegetable’s mild taste makes it an ideal base for a variety of herbs, spices, and other flavorful ingredients. Plentiful and cheap, zucchini pairs well with just about any flavor, making it a wonderful side dish for any type of cuisine.
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23-01-2019, 22:21
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How to Make Candied Ginger
Candied or crystallized ginger is a delicious treat that is very easy to make at home. Peel and slice the ginger root before cooking it until it’s tender. Then crystallize the ginger in sugar in a saucepan and coat each piece in more sugar. You can store the candied ginger for up to 3 months in an airtight container, which means that you will always have a sweet snack at hand!
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14-10-2018, 16:00
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Staff Reviewed Pass by those jars of pumpkin pie spice at the grocery store. You can easily make this mix of spices using seasonings that you likely have in your pantry. By making your own blend, you can adjust the quantities according to your own personal taste and also save some money. Store the mix for up to 1 year and use it in pumpkin pie, baked goods, coffee, and roasted
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27-05-2018, 09:00
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How to Grate Ginger
Ginger has a multitude of culinary and medicinal uses. Since ginger can be dense and fibrous, grating ginger can be a difficult task for someone who isn't prepared for the job. There are different methods for getting the ginger ready, whether you use a grater or other common kitchen utensils.
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11-08-2017, 18:59
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How to Braid Garlic
A garlic braid is a tidy way to store your garlic. However, there are more benefits to braiding garlic than just its appearance. There's also the convenience in being able to grab a clove or two whenever you need it and garlic that stays fresher longer because of improved air circulation. Braiding garlic can seem a little intimidating at first, but once you get the basics down, you can
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18-07-2017, 05:59
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How to Cut Salt from Pantry Foods
Many pantry foods are tasty, but full of unnecessary salt. According to the American Heart Association, adults should limit their sodium intake to 1500 mg per day, and not exceed 2300 mg. However, most Americans get around 3400 mg of sodium per day. Many people want to reduce the amount of sodium in their diets, whether it’s for medical or health reasons. To cut salt from your pantry
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How to Use Epsom Salt
Epsom salt can be considered to be one of the easiest ways to sooth sore feet but also act as a household cleaning agent around the home. Integrating Epsom salt into everyday living is easy and a non-toxic way to accomplish a variety of tasks.
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How to Dry Herbs in the Microwave
Herbs have been used for thousands of years in cooking to flavor food, as perfumes to make us smell nice, as disinfectants, to protect us against germs, as medicines - to heal us when we are sick, as currency, instead of money. Today we still use herbs for the same purposes, but perhaps not as currency! Recipe books are full of suggestions about adding herbs when cooking, but sometimes
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