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TolunaTeam

  53 мес. назад

Secrets From The Kitchen W.O.C.
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Hey amazing people! 

This morning while I was making my most famous eggs Benedict (but with a secret twist) I was reminded of how my mom taught me how to perfectly poach eggs with just adding a splash of vinegar to the boiling water. 

As I was thinking of that I figured all of you must surely have gotten nice pieces of advice from your loved ones when you learned how to cook, which is why this weekend we're doing a secrets from the kitchen weekend opinions. 

Share with us some of the best cooking or baking secrets you know, or have been passed on to you and participate in the Weekend Opinions Contest. 

Participating is super easy, additionally it gives you a guaranteed 500 points, plus, the top 3 comments, in our Moderators’ view, will get an extra 5000 points each.

Post a comment to this topic in the comments section in order to secure your participation.

*Promotion Rules: Open to US and Canada only. Limit one opinion created per person. Members must post an opinion on the designated Toluna Topic for their country, and can win 500 points. Opinions must be posted by 01:00AM EST on Monday, February 19th  to be counted.  Bonus points will be awarded to winners by 5PM EST, on Tuesday February 20th, 2018, and will be uploaded to users’ accounts via external crediting. Opinions must not contain any language or image that is obscene, insulting, threatening, abusive, harassing, defamatory, libelous, untrue, misleading or invasive of someone else’s privacy. Toluna reserves the right to review all posts for content, and withhold bonus points from any user violating the rules mentioned above. Violation of these rules, and/or the Toluna Member Code of Conduct may result in the closure of your Toluna account.
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irishindian19

  53 мес. назад
Throw a spaghetti noodle on the wall! If it sticks, it's ready!
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js42411

  53 мес. назад
Mine is real easy. If you like the way it tastes, just follow the recipe. If it isn't broke; don't fix it.
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beachreader

  53 мес. назад
My mother was born and reared in central Pennsylvania where there is a strong Pennsylvania Dutch influence so much of her cooking was quite good, but often a little on the heavy side. I had to learn to "lighten" it up a bit by substituting applesauce for oil, etc. Some of her tips and some of my own are: when making homemade vegetable soup, add a small sliver of turnip as it adds a good flavor to the broth; when making homemade buttercream frosting, add a pinch of salt and a bit ( a tablespoon or more) of Crisco shortening to get a consistency and taste of bakery icing; when scrambling raw eggs, add water, not milk, for a fluffier finished product; and do not throw away the juice from a jar of sweet pickles because it can add flavor to coleslaw or other salads. Happy cooking!!
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smscriven57

  53 мес. назад
When making meatloaf measure all your dry ingredients together, then milk and eggs, stir well before adding raw ground beef. And mixing all together with your hands is still the best way to blend everything together. A spoon just doesn’t work, at least not for me!
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leila99jhs

  53 мес. назад
Cracking boiled eggs in a plastic bowl with lid water and shake
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tmaw85

  53 мес. назад
My mother could get her fudge to "stand up" while it was hot! It would firm to be cut and eaten while still hot! She never gave me her secret. In a way, this is why Americavis losing its "art". Don't take your secrets with you! Let them become family heirlooms and shared, treasured memories!
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Gwenrose

  53 мес. назад
Chopping my mother use to chop all that needed to be chopped by hand she knew the consistency that she wanted.
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Morgan.brewer

  53 мес. назад
I have all sorts of cooking secrets. Alot of them believe or not entail the microwave. Alot of people think having onlu a microwave id limiting but I find that your microwave can be a very multipurpose asset if you work with what you have to make something great. You can bake cakes with your microwave and cook pizza crust and make wonderful creations you would never think possible. You can even cook eggs with the microwave. When I got very familarized with microwave cooking and used a bit of creativity to cook something both delicious and unique the possiblities are endless and will suprise even the biggest critics. Take a challenge and cook with only your microwave and watch and see how difficult this task can be. There is no stove top or oven baking nor grilling option either. You have to think outside the box such as boling water and perhaps cooking pasta rather than stove top. You can aslo use the high heat of a microwave to actually make cake mix rise. You can also use soda pop to help make your cake batter rise when using microwave cooking.
Another great microwave treat is a cheese bit pizza. You take an ample amout of cheese bit crackers and crush them to a decently fine powder using a spice bottle to mash them down. Next you add a small amonut of water to make the mashed crackers into a paste. You take a small 4inch by 4 inch tupper wear and spread the cheese bit paste thtough out the bottom. Next you cook the crust in yhe microwave fir about 2 minutes so it solidifies into a crust. After the cheese its reform into a crust you remove from microwave and add pizza sauce, pepperonis and mozzerella cheese and place back into the micro wave for another minute and a half and you have a brillant cheese bit pizza that any child will love and love to help make. It makes the child feels more independent and is easy to bond with your children while preparing dinner. The possibilities arr endless when you use the microwave as if it is your only resource. It actually gives microwave unique meals that only a microwave can make and this makes the microwavr a special tool that typically are very safe for children and are brillant, scrumpious food.
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xgennax

  53 мес. назад
So many diff hard boiled egg posts! The same thing as the eggs Benedict- add a LiL bit of white vinegar to the water b4 adding your eggs &they are WAYYYYT EASIER 2 PEEL AT THE END!!!
:)
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flemmyonpoint

  53 мес. назад
My late mom taught me how to cook but also shows me some important method and how google advance search can help me so much when I need to cook any kind of any country foods.
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