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How To Prepare Carrots

How To Prepare Carrots

How to Prepare Carrots: Mature carrots should be washed and peeled.  Younger carrots have a thin and tender skin and only need to be washed – a vegetable scrubber is great at getting all the dirt off. Carrots are very versatile and can be grated, peeled, sliced and ...
How to Prepare Pumpkin

How to Prepare Pumpkin

How to Prepare There are many methods to cook pumpkin, but first they must be deseeded and de-stringed.   You can cut off the stem end and scoop out the insides, or half them for easier access. Save the seeds to roast or even to plant in your own garden, but discard ...
How to Prepare Apples

How to Prepare Apples

How to Prepare Apples: Whether baking, caramelizing, deep-frying (apple fritters can’t be beat!), grilling, poaching, eating fresh, sautéing, or adding to a salad, the uses for apples are endless.  If you are slicing apples to eat fresh, toss them with a bit of lemon ...
How To Prepare Eggplant

How To Prepare Eggplant

Eggplant flesh discolours quickly when cut, it’s best to cook it immediately after cutting. If you need to, you can sprinkle it with lemon juice to slow the browning process. To reduce the bitterness of an eggplant, cut into slics and salt both halves. Weigh them down ...
How To Prepare Broccoli

How To Prepare Broccoli

Trim off the bottom of the stalk (the dry looking part).  Peel the stalk, and slice it into equal sized pieces.  The stalk is sweet and crisp, and can be enjoyed raw or cooked with the broccoli florets.  It does take an extra minute to cook, so add it before the ...
How to Prepare Green Peas

How to Prepare Green Peas

Rinse pea pods under cool running water, then pat dry. Snap the stem end and pull the fibrous string down the length of the pod. Pry the pod open, and tip the peas out into a bowl. Discard the empty pods and removed strings. Fresh peas only require a few minutes of ...

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