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20 Savory Recipes For Oranges

Oranges are amazing for eating natural or turning into desserts, but you shouldn’t stop there. They also lend lots of flavor when used in savory dishes.

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Coconut Water: Good to Drink, Good to Cook With

Coconut water is the clear liquid in the center of a young, green coconut. Rich in minerals and vitamins, it is fat-free and low-calorie,

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What To Do With, How to prepare and store Pea Shoots

Pea shoots have been prominent in Asian cuisine, like watercress, the stems are edible and delicious. It cooks similar to baby spinach and is versatile too.

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Culinary Trick: Preserved Lemons

Lemons add lots of flavor to food, but preserved lemons give a whole new quality to the citrus fruit and they can last for up to 6 months.

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An Introduction To Gluten-Free Baking

For anyone who suffers from wheat allergies or celiac disease, finding baked goods that are gluten-free can be a real challenge. Discovering wheat-free pastries and breads that taste good is even more difficult. But don’t get frustrated: Baking gluten-free at home is not as hard as you think. We’ve got a simple guide to help you stock your pantry with the essentials.…

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Don’t Stick These Foods in the Fridge

Don’t stick that onion in the fridge! You might think that you’re being resourceful. What you’re really doing is making them taste worse.

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