Starting over: Learning to Cook With Natural Foods ePub download
by Polly Pitchford,Delia Quigley
- ISBN: 0913990558
- ISBN13: 978-0913990551
- ePub: 1368 kb | FB2: 1900 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Cooking by Ingredient
- Publisher: Book Pub Co; 1 edition (April 1, 1988)
- Pages: 144
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 322
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com Product Description (ISBN 0913990558, Paperback). Includes preparation times, nutritional information, including some macrobiotic recipes.
The only trick is that you sort of have to understand which veggies take a little longer to cook - harder veggies like carrots, potatoes, broccoli, etc . Pat it very dry, season it, cook it over very high heat in the right kind of fat, let it rest.
The only trick is that you sort of have to understand which veggies take a little longer to cook - harder veggies like carrots, potatoes, broccoli, et. take longer than soft mushrooms and tomatoes - so you'd cut those into smaller pieces so everything cooks at the same rate. Follow a couple of recipes and you'll get it no problem after a few times.