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Old 04-11-2006, 10:10 PM posted to rec.food.veg.cooking
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If just a few drops of lemon juice are required do not cut whole lemon.
Roll lemon on a hard surface to soften the skin, prick a hole with a
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Hello,

One important tip to flavor olive oil: Peel and wash two cloves of fresh garlic and bring them into a liter bottle of virgin olive oil, and leave a few days resting and then strain the oil. You will see how delicious its aroma and flavor on your meal.
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Want to get the most juice out of your lemon? Pop it in the microwave for a few seconds!
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If just a few drops of lemon juice are required do not cut whole lemon.
Roll lemon on a hard surface to soften the skin, prick a hole with a
cocktail or skewer. Press out... visit
From Indian Kitchen | Easy to Cook Indian Dishes | Easy to Cook Indian Dishes

Thanks for the tip. I'm not that good in cooking though so this one is very helpful.
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Well cooking is a good thing to do in extra time. I also like to do cooking whenever i free. I think every person should learn that how to cook food. I am a great lover of new kind of recipes so i love to do cooking. Anyway thank you all for sharing wonderful tips for cooking.

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Thanks for the link friend!
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Thanks for the good and useful tips and tricks on cooking. I also have one tip wanna share this to you all. Hope, that you people use onions in your dishes. Whenever you want to put onions on a heat oil, it takes time to turn brown so you can add pinch salt on it and fry it. The onion now cook fast which turned brown soon. Try it you feel the difference on fast cooking.
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If just a few drops of lemon juice are required do not cut whole lemon.
Roll lemon on a hard surface to soften the skin, prick a hole with a
cocktail or skewer. Press out... visit
From Indian Kitchen | Easy to Cook Indian Dishes | Easy to Cook Indian Dishes
Nice Sharing of website
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Dont waste that lemon skin by threwing out in dustbin. You can use that as a stain remover on your silver plates, wash basin, or any other places where you struggle to clean it. This is will shines your things and cleanse it thoroughly.


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