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  1. Cooking Oils Guide

    A well- stocked kitchen includes a variety of different oils chosen for characteristics like cost, smoke point, nutritional profile and culinary uses. Regardless of which cooking oil you select, be proud of choosing a liquid over a solid fat, such as shortening or butter. It’s a fairly safe bet that

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  2. Guide to Cooking 20 Vegetables

    If you want more fiber, nutrients and antioxidants in your diet—eat more vegetables! We know it’s tough to expand your vegetable vocabulary when you don’t know how to cook unfamiliar varieties, so we’ve compiled this cooking guide for 20 of our favorite vegetables. Here are some grocery shopping tip

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  3. Alcohol Substitution Guide

    Sometimes alcohol is called for in recipes to enhance the overall flavor of a dish. If you prefer to cook without alcohol, it can be omitted from a recipe or replaced with a nonalcoholic alternative. Keep in mind that the overall flavor of the dish will not be exactly the same, but the substitutions

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  4. Root Vegetable Buyer's Guide

    Root vegetables can be found pretty easily in large supermarkets and farmers’ markets. Roots keep best when stored in humid environments at near-freezing temperatures. Root vegetables will keep you nourished through the winter: they are nutritious carbohydrate choices because they’re rich in fiber a

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  5. Indian Spices Guide

    Spices form the backbone of Indian cooking. Although the spice techniques used by Indian cooks may seem intimidating at first glance, they provide tantalizing layers of flavors in a matter of seconds. Arm yourself with the following pointers, and you will be well prepared to cook the Indian way. Sho

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  6. Greens Cooking Guide

    Dark leafy greens, such as kale, collards and chard, are nutrient powerhouses—rich in vitamins A, C and K. Look for greens in bunches in the produce section near lettuce; beets are sometimes sold with the greens still attached, but you can often find the greens sold separately as well. One pound of

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  7. Gluten Free Diet: Guide to Grains and Starches

    For those who have celiac disease or are sensitive to gluten, following a gluten free diet means giving up many grains, pastas, cereals and processed foods. There are, however, tasty grain and starch alternatives to wheat and other sources of gluten. Here our nutrition experts offer a handy list of

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  8. 13 Best Grilling Tips

    Warm weather (and even cold weather, for some hardy souls) inspires us to cook on the grill. Grilling adds a unique, smoky flavor to foods, and it’s a super-quick cooking method. The grill’s flames can develop rich, complex flavors in standard fare like burgers and chicken and even in less-tradition

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  9. Guide to Freezing Fresh Produce

    It is no secret that fresh tomatoes and berries taste better during their summer peak seasons. Freezing produce to preserve it at its most flavorful can you help enjoy it all year long. Here are some easy tips for freezing your favorite fresh vegetables and fruits. The best vegetables to freeze are

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  10. Healthy Cooking Oils Buyer's Guide

    With the large array of cooking oil choices at the supermarket, it is easy to be overwhelmed. Here’s a guide for choosing healthful oils, plus which oils you should always have on hand. All food sources that we think of as "fats"—we’re talking butter, shortening, oils—are made up of fatty acids. The

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