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What You Need to Know About Buying, Storing Simple Bites

Mar 25, 2011· Three Options for Grinding Spices. Now that you understand the benefits of buying whole spices, you need to figure out the best way to break them down. As with most kitchen equipment, a simple tool is best for grinding spices; here are my recommendations for three

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Spices 101: Common Myths Debunked (recipe Simple Bites

Apr 10, 2010· Spices 101 Series. Coming up on Simple Bites, we’re going to take some time to learn all about spices including: Buying and Storing Spices; Toasting and Grinding Spices; Cooking with Spices; Feel free to put up your hand and send

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Spices 101: Ten Ingredients You Absolutely Simple Bites

May 01, 2010· Today Simple Bites is honored to welcome spice enthusiast extraordinaire Lydia Walshin from The Perfect Pantry. After hearing about our Spices 101 series, she readily agreed to guest post and we are most fortunate to have her share her wealth of knowledge with us. Welcome, Lydia! My first kitchen, the one in the third-floor walk-up apartment I moved into post-college, had no pantry.

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Grilling Archives Page 6 of 6 Simple Bites

Fortunately it’s easy to do and well worth your time. One sniff of freshly pulverized cinnamon will likely convert you forever. As with most kitchen equipment, a simple tool is best for grinding spices; here are my recommendations for three different types. 1. Mortar & Pestle. I love pulverizing whole spices by hand in a mortar and pestle

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Pantry & Spotlight Ingredients Archives Simple Bites

A year or so spent working for a fine spice merchant left me with a lifelong appreciation for spices and their place in the kitchen. The series I’ve done here on Simple Bites on subjects such as sourcing quality spices, storing spices, and options for grinding whole spices, are a testament to my love of fresh spices.. I’ve been cooking with homemade spice

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How to Grind Cinnamon Sticks LEAFtv

Cinnamon sticks are a spice taken from the bark of the tropical evergreen. The tree is stripped and the strips left to dry in the open air. Once dry, they are cut into the small stick shapes we all know. These are ground into the familiar cinnamon powder used in cooking and baking. Cinnamon

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Seasonings and Spices for Fall Cooking Simple Bites

Oct 19, 2011· Written by Kristen of Dine and Dish. With fall comes the yearning for food, which brings overall comfort and warmth to those who eat it. We retreat into our kitchens, hoping to provide our family with a meal that will “stick to their ribs”, bringing them warmth from the inside out. Hearty, rich dishes, full of flavor and made with spices

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Home Grain Milling 101: More Things Your Grain Mill Can Do!

With the Mockmill, grind only non-oily spices such as black pepper. How to grind spices in the Mockmill: Adjust Mockmill to desired fineness/coarseness. Turn on Mockmill. Add spices to the hopper a little at a time and your ground spices will come out the spout into your bowl. (With large pieces of spices

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Mill To Grind Curry greenrevolution.org

Spices 101: Three Options for Grinding Spices Simple Bites I f you’ve got a pepper mill, then you are off to a great start to grinding your own spices. Why grind your own?

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Spice Cabinet Essentials Cooking Light

The next few spices aren't necessary until you've built up your basic spice cabinet. Pick and choose the spices that will come in most handy for your everyday cooking. If you don't need a lot, remember to

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