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In other cases, some of you may not know these things and could be of help. So here goes nothing.
On the right and left address how foods should be stored and for how long these foods may be kept. While I personally like my fruits cool. Nothing says yuck like warn guacamole.
This is really more for visual purposes. For those who know what these terms are, pay no attention to this (like I had to say that anyway). For those who may not understand or may not know these terms, they speak for themselves. The featured Facebook page is actually the page for an English teacher. There are some good materials there but the emphasis is speaking English.
Ok. Slow cookers are making a comeback. Above are cooking times on each setting. Most I've seen have 3 settings- high, low & warm. Warm temperature is actually cooler than low in many cases. That setting is meant to do one thing. That's to keep the food warm.
I'll end with mixing methods. You can see that this features everything from making angel food cake, muffins and just about anything that can be baked. It also suggests the tools and mixing methods best suited for what's being baked. It also shows what steps on when and what ingredients are to be added. In some cases, you are encouraged to add certain ingredients in steps and others add all at once. This also will also mention a technique such as whipping or folding.
OK. A pseudo-cooking school moment. I hope this may help those who are starting the culinary journey. When you really thing about it, we're all on a journey. Some are much further than others. As long as the journey is fun, that's all that matters. Become a better cook than you were the day before.
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