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Ingredient Substitution

Ingredient Substitution
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How to Dry or Dehydrate Fruit from Your Garden Dehydrating Fruit from the Garden How to Dry Fruit Learning how to dehydrate fruit (whether fresh from the garden, the farmer's market, or even just from the grocery store at in-season prices) for use in the off-season is one of the healthiest ways of preserving fruit. Dehydrating fruit preserves the nutritional content at a level that far surpasses that of canned fruit. Additionally, the process of drying fruit is often more cost-effective than freezing, as you don't use electricity in the long-term storage of your items. How to Dehydrate Fruit: The process of dehydrating or drying fruit can be broken into a couple of simple steps: preparation, including pre-treating the fruit (if necessary) dehydrating the fruit storing the finished dehydrated fruit Below, you'll find a list of common fruit types that dry well, along with easy to follow instructions for dehydrating fruit. Instructions for Dehydrating / Drying Fruit: Dehydrating or Drying Fruit: APPLES How to dehydrate Apples: 1. See also:

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healty cooking - Using Herbs in Cooking- A guide to the Use of Culinary Herbs Today there has been a great surge of renewed awareness in herbs. A revival of the culinary arts and various ethnic cuisine has prompted new interest. Health conscious cooks have found that herbs contain no calories or fat - a fact of great importance to those on weight loss diets. Doctors even recommend the use of herbs and spices in salt-restricted diets to enhance flavor without adding sodium content. Adventurous cooks have found that raising their own herbs can be quite fulfilling as a hobby with the end results in cooking as just an added bonus. When using herbs and spices to season foods, it is important to use them sparingly. Different parts of herbs are added to food recipes; leaves, flowers, and stems of plants. Harvesting and Storing Herbs The optimum time to harvest herbs is in the morning, after the dew has evaporated, prior to the sun warming their leaves. Since the flavor and aroma of herbs deteriorates quickly after picking, be prepared to use them immediately.

healty cooking - smitten kitchen Low Fat Recipes - Healthy Recipes Lemon Basil Shrimp Many folks like to work out. Me, I like to work outside. And when my garden is thick with leafy ferns in the spring and tall with lily-scented hostas about now, it’s all worthwhile. But much of the time, a yard with a garden is more about hauling than tending or even weeding. You know. Hauling dirt. Awhile back, a man I’ll call ‘Bill’ started passing by my place often and regularly enough to recognize that he walked for exercise and Kirkwood streets were his gym. “Like to help?” Without breaking stride, he shot back, “Just bought a condo,” as if his answer explained all. ALANNA's TIPS Leave the tails on for no-forks-required appetizers. Sorry, there’s just no delicate way to put this: discarded shrimp shells can stink up the kitchen or garage in a matter of hours. Kitchen Parade is written by second-generation food columnist Alanna Kellogg and features fresh, seasonal dishes for every-day healthful eating and occasional indulgences.