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Emily Albert
Apr 09, 2021
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Emily Albert
Mar 23, 2021
In Lets Talk Baking
When you are baking, you can play around with extracts. Such as vanilla, coconut, lemon, raspberry, or even orange. There is a wide range of flavors to choose from. The most common recipe to use a flavored extract in would be sugar cookies. But you can always replace vanilla extract in a recipe for a different extract. Lemon and coconut are popular. Be fun with your food and make something you love!
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Emily Albert
Mar 18, 2021
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Emily Albert
Mar 18, 2021
In Lets Talk Cooking
Make any dish healthier by adding some greens, such as spinach, kale, cabbage, bell peppers, parsley, etc. Happy St. Patrick's Day!
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Emily Albert
Mar 17, 2021
In Lets Talk Baking
When you buy any fruits or vegetables from the store, you should always make sure they are clean. You do not need the expensive wash from the store, nor any fancy tools. All you need is a sink, water, a strainer, and vinegar! Vinegar is a natural cleaner that is eco-friendly and has no harsh chemicals in it. Fill up your sink with hot water. As it is filling, place your smaller fruits or vegetables into a strainer in the sink, while the larger produce can float around. Pour in a 1/2 cup- 1 cup vinegar, and let the produce sit for 5-10 min. After that, rinse them in cold water and lay them out on a cloth to fully dry before putting them away! They will not taste like the vinegar, and they're fully clean!
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Emily Albert
Mar 16, 2021
In Lets Talk Cooking
Cooking vegetables can sometimes be troubling, especially when trying to tell if they are fully cooked or not. Take a fork, and push it into your cooked vegetable, if it goes in smoothly and is completely soft, it's cooked! If not, cook it a little bit longer!
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Emily Albert
Mar 15, 2021
In Lets Talk Baking
When you make cookies on a sheet pan, you always want to make sure the bottoms are golden brown, and that they are firm enough to be cooked fully. Sometimes they come out a little mushy, but before you put them back in. Leave them to rest on the baking sheet for 10 more min. This way, you can see if they are fully cooked, before putting them back in and burning them if they are already done.
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Emily Albert
Mar 13, 2021
In Lets Talk Cooking
whenever you choose to cook any kind of meat, you always want to ensure the meat is cooked fully through. One way I check, rather than using a temperature tool, is to see the color in the middle. If the meat is still pink, it's not cooked yet. Unless you are cooking steak, then you cook it to your liking. But with chicken or pork, you can check this way. If it is still pink, cook it for 5-10 more min till it becomes the right color.
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Emily Albert
Mar 13, 2021
In Lets Talk Baking
When you are baking anything like cakes, cupcakes, or even brownies, you want to make sure the middle is cooked all the way. Well, take a toothpick and slide it into the middle. If it comes out completely clean, it's done! If there is batter on it, put it back in for another 5 min or until the toothpick comes out clean from it!
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Emily Albert
Mar 12, 2021
In Lets Talk Cooking
One of the biggest cooking tips that we sometimes forget, is to grease our pans and pots! You always want to spray cooking oil, put in olive oil/vegetable oil, or even butter. If you don't do this, your food can stick and burn! It makes a horrible mess that is hard to clean and ruins your meal. I always keep the olive oil right next to the stove so I never forget!
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Emily Albert
Mar 10, 2021
In Lets Talk Baking
When you bake using a loaf pan, or even a cake pan, you do not want the cake to stick. The best trick for this rather than greasy cooking spray is this. Get your pan, a stick of butter, and flour. Take your stick of butter and coat the inside of the pan on all edges and corners. Just rub the butter everywhere. Now, sprinkle in some flour and turn it on all sides so the flour sticks to all the edges and corners. Have fun making that cake!
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Emily Albert
Mar 10, 2021
In Lets Talk Cooking
Anytime you make pasta, make sure to put a Tsp of Olive Oil into the boiling water, and a pinch of salt! This way the noodles do not stick together, and they can be nice and easy to work with when putting a sauce with them!
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Emily Albert
Mar 08, 2021
In Lets Talk Baking
A fast and easy way to soften your butter for a recipe is to get out your stick of butter and a mason jar/ glass cup. Run the jar/cup under hot water. Careful not to burn yourself. Once the glass is warm, place down your stick of butter so that it is standing up, now put the glass upside down over the butter. This way, the butter inside the glass will become soft enough to use within minutes!
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Emily Albert
Mar 05, 2021
In Lets Talk Baking
Hello, and Welcome! I cannot wait to share all of my recipes with you. I do all kinds of recipes, from meat-friendly to vegan! This forum is where you can chat with others and me about anything to do with food! You can ask questions, suggest recipes or tips, share, and more! I try making recipes to accommodate anyone's preferences. Whether that be because of a restricted diet, medical problems, personal choice, allergies, budget, or experience. This means I am open to any and all suggested recipe types! Just comment, email, or message me on what you would like next. I will try my best to help you get a good recipe in the books! Stay tuned for soups, sandwiches, elegant meals, desserts, baked goods, salads, breakfast, snacks, lunch, lazy dishes, cheap food, and everything else! I hope you enjoy my food, recipes, and content. Thank you for coming!
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Emily Albert
Mar 05, 2021
In Lets Talk Cooking
Hello, and Welcome! I cannot wait to share all of my recipes with you. I do all kinds of recipes, from meat-friendly to vegan! This forum is where you can chat with others and me about anything to do with food! You can ask questions, suggest recipes or tips, share, and more! I try making recipes to accommodate anyone's preferences. Whether that be because of a restricted diet, medical problems, personal choice, allergies, budget, or experience. This means I am open to any and all suggested recipe types! Just comment, email, or message me on what you would like next. I will try my best to help you get a good recipe in the books! Stay tuned for soups, sandwiches, elegant meals, desserts, baked goods, salads, breakfast, snacks, lunch, lazy dishes, cheap food, and everything else! I hope you enjoy my food, recipes, and content. Thank you for coming!
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