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“Cooking” with acid (ceviche)
At a tappas bar, I had shrimp ceviche. In this dish, the shrimp is "cooked" not by high temperature but by the citric acid of its marinade. This would be really fun to make at home. For such dishes, ...
Sep 12 '10 at 16:24
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