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water is to help prevent the volatile flavors from evaporating, which will happen slowly even at freezer temperatures. Of course, this is still very different than fresh. I will try to answer the … alternate question which is probably what you really want to know: what is the best way to hold fresh herbs to maintain their quality? The best way to hold fresh herbs is to treat them like a bouquet of …
answered Feb 1 '13 by SAJ14SAJ
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I think the issue is that your nori will get soggy if you make the rolls in advance and store them overnight. Nigirizushi may be a better bet for making ahead. Chirashizushi is an older style of sus …
answered May 2 '13 by SAJ14SAJ
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Yes, you would remove the peas from the pods. Chocolate and Zucchini shows how to do it efficiently. And no, the pods are not normally eaten, although according to The Splendid Table you can.
answered Aug 9 '13 by SAJ14SAJ
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fresh herbs, you would then want about a teaspoon for dried thyme. Thyme--or herbs and sprices in general--usually does not contribute to the chemistry of a recipe, just to its flavor profile, so you …
answered Jan 8 '13 by SAJ14SAJ
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No, cooking two roasts at once will not change the cooking time for either. Remove each when it is cooked through. Since these are fresh ham roasts, you should be cooking them until they are done …
answered Dec 15 '13 by SAJ14SAJ
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bean sauce - give a rich, complex, very Chinese flavor You could use any combination of the above, reserving your fresh cilantro leaves for garnish after the dish is cooked. You can also make up a …
answered Sep 15 '13 by SAJ14SAJ
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Fresh just implies that the bread was never frozen (or canned, irradiated, salted, pickled or otherwise preserved, but those almost never apply to bread). Organic, at least in the US implies …
answered Mar 4 '14 by SAJ14SAJ
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According to Still Tasty, the shelf life of coconut milk is about 4-6 days (it can also be frozen for longer periods; if you use it small quantities, freezing it in an ice cube tray for small portions …
answered Jan 27 '14 by SAJ14SAJ