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Types of Bread Crumbs

Published By :-Junior Chef     Author :- Junior Chef    Published Date :- 29 April, 2013

Types of Bread Crumbs

Types of Breads Crumbs     breadcrumbs = bread crumbs   Equivalents:  1 cup fine dry breadcrumbs = 4 slices bread; 1 cup fresh breadcrumbs = 3 slices bread.  Notes:   These are used for breading foods, topping casseroles, stuffing poultry, thickening stews,  and adding inexpensive bulk to meatloaves, hamburgers, and fish cakes.    Dry breadcrumbs are made from very dry bread, and...

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Types of Olives

Published By :-Junior Chef     Author :- Junior Chef    Published Date :- 28 April, 2013

Types of Olives

Olive Types Green olives must be soaked in a lye solution before brining, whereas ripe black olives can proceed straight to brining. The longer the olive is permitted to ferment in its own brine, the less bitter and more intricate its flavor will become. Green olives are usually pitted, and often stuffed with various fillings, including pimientos, almonds, anchovies, jalapenos, onions or...

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Iceberg Lettuce and Romaine Lettuce

Published By :-Junior Chef     Author :- Junior Chef    Published Date :- 25 April, 2013

Iceberg Lettuce and Romaine Lettuce

… and so we eat some lettuce and tomatoes and maybe some cucumber, slather on the dressing, and figure we’ve done our part. Of course if you are counting calories you will want to ease up a little on the slathering, and if you are looking to eat more healthy meals when you dine out, including a dark green leafy salad for your first course is an easy way to get started. But...

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Types Of Pasta

Published By :-Junior Chef     Author :- Junior Chef    Published Date :- 23 April, 2013

Types Of Pasta

Basic Categories Of Pasta Long Form Pasta (Strand Pasta)   The long form pasta is thin, long and cylindrical in shape, something that you can twist around your fork. Available in variety of widths, right from the thinnest angel hair to the plumpest bucatin, it can be round or flat, solid or hollow. Ribbon pasta, a sub-category of long form pasta, can be distinguished by flat...

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Food Pyramid

Published By :-Junior Chef     Author :- Junior Chef    Published Date :- 20 February, 2013

Food Pyramid

These are: •             Fruit •             Vegetables •             Protein – this includes lean meat, fish, poultry, eggs, nuts, legumes •             Grains – this includes bread, cereals, rice, pasta and noodles •             Dairy – this includes milk, yoghurt, and cheese You’ll need to eat a...

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Cheese is Good for Kids

Published By :-Junior Chef     Author :- Junior Chef    Published Date :- 12 January, 2013

Cheese is Good for Kids

Kids Like Cheese In fact, when you ask the average parent if their child drinks much milk, they often say “no, but he eats a lot of cheese.” Cheese isn’t necessarily a great substitue for milk, though. Cheese Nutrition Facts   Yes, it’s true that, like other foods in the dairy food group, cheese can be a good source of calcium, potassium, protein, and vitamin...

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Brown Bread Vs White Bread

Published By :-Junior Chef     Author :- Junior Chef    Published Date :- 8 January, 2013

Brown Bread Vs White Bread

Brown Bread vs White Bread Brown bread has more vitamins and fibers than white bread. Whole grains and foods in their natural state are rich in brown carbohydrates while refined grains often have white carbohydrates. Therefore, adding more whole grains to our diets and reducing the refined carbohydrates may lead to longer and healthier lives. Brown rice is a very good substitute for white rice....

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