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News Showing Off Their Good Taste
Student chefs at Whittier Regional High were named the best in the state, and they're heading to a national competition to give final proof they know their way around a kitchen. Considered the "Super Bowl" for high school culinary arts students, the … Read News

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News WSU Makes Plans To Conserve Water
WSU currently has a Climate Action Plan in place that addresses mostly energy consumption and conservation, but it doesn’t include water, trash, transportation and other materials consumed on campus. The school is a water-efficient campus, but has only recently started making plans to conserve water. “We are in the process of updating that plan with [] … Read News

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About Poaching, Simmering & Boiling – Culinary Arts – Recipes …
Poaching, simmering and boiling are three different cooking methods where food is cooked in hot water or some other cooking liquid such as broth, stock or wine. … Read Article

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About How To Cook Pasta With Less WaterCulinary Arts – Recipes …
The traditional method for cooking pasta uses 6 quarts of water per pound of pasta. But you can cook pasta using less water — and less energy. This technique shows you how. … Read Article

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About How To Cook Pasta With Less WaterCulinary Arts – Recipes …
In yesterday's New York Times, venerable food scientist Harold McGee sketched out a technique for cooking pasta using a fraction of the water — and energy … Read Article

YouTube How To Properly Mix Mio With water – YouTube
In this installment, i will be demonstrating the correct way to flavor water with mio. after watching this video you will be a master in the culinary field of water. … View Video

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Wikipedia Rosemary – Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Rosemary is used as a decorative plant in gardens and has many culinary and medical uses. The plant is said to improve the memory. The leaves are used to flavor various foods, surviving a severe lack of water for lengthy periods. … Read Article

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Wikipedia Ipomoea Aquatica – Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Ipomoea aquatica is a semi aquatic, tropical plant grown as a leaf vegetable. It is found throughout the tropical and subtropical regions of the world, although it is not known where it originated. This plant is known in English as Water spinach, River spinach, Water morning glory, Water … Read Article

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News Mushroom Fans And Foragers Offer Advice On Fungi In Cuisine
If your culinary experience with mushrooms extends no further than buttons, portabellas and shiitakes, you're missing a wider world of fascinating fungi that can add unusual textures, flavors and colors to your cooking.At the Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative stand at Lancaster Central Market, genera … Read News


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