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How to Prepare Figs

How to Prepare Figs

Photo credit: Lisa from The Viet Vegan How to Prepare Figs Figs are often made into preserves or dried to take advantage of their delicious flavour. However, fresh figs are delightful eaten out of hand given their soft, sweet flavour and chewy texture. Roast Figs: ...
How to Prepare Leeks

How to Prepare Leeks

Leeks gradate in colour from white to dark green. Typically, the bottom half, or what’s commonly referred to as the “white to light green part” in recipes, is the most tender. The dark green ends are usually used to flavour stock or are simply discarded. 1) Cleaning ...
How To Prepare a Pear

How To Prepare a Pear

How to Prepare a Pear: Pears can be eaten whole, skin and all, just like an apple. As with any fruit, it is recommended that you wash pears before consuming them. Use cold water and gently rub them, taking care near the stem and base. A vegetable peeler works well to ...
How to Prepare Cauliflower

How to Prepare Cauliflower

How to Prepare Cauliflower Begin by removing the outer leaves. You may choose to wash and reserve these as they are edible and can be used to flavour broths. Alternatively, they can also be seasoned and roasted, like kale chips. To minimize breaking up the florets ...
How To Prepare Onions

How To Prepare Onions

How to Prepare Onions To chop an onion like a pro, follow this simple guide: Cut both the top and root ends off the onion. Then, cut in half lengthwise and peel off the paper skin. Place the cut side of the onion half down on the cutting board and secure in a stable ...
How to Prepare Cranberries

How to Prepare Cranberries

How to Prepare Cranberries Wash berries by placing in colander and rinsing with cool running water. Let drain dry or use a clean kitchen towel to pat the berries dry. Cranberries have a vibrant tart flavour, and are best prepared with a sweetener like sugar or maple ...

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