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There's some debate on how to clean and store freshly laid eggs. Also, do they taste different? How long do they last? 🐔🐔
3yr
mrscorco's post
  • Udi I heard that eggs in the US get cleaned in such a way that the protective coating on the outside gets stripped off and that's why we have to refrigerate them. But, freshly laid ones, I think you...
  • MargaretG My brother, who is a farmer, keeps his eggs unrefrigerated and unwashed up to 2 week but that makes me nervous. I usually refrigerated them even unwashed as soon as I get them from the hen. More:...
  • JenniferEmilson I've kept mine out for a week with no problem. So far!
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The making of dandelion jam. Dandelion can also be used for porridge, salad and many more 😋 recipe will be on the blog soon #kitchentips
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#FoodRevolution
  • sugardetoxme I'm so freaking curious about this. So many people spray their lawns here to prevent dandelions from growing, which I always despised. Love seeing dandelions around!
  • Nelson paying attention to this
  • carpe_deli Haha so true @sugardetoxme , it is not the most popular green in the garden, because it spreads so quickly. But it's so pretty 😄
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Here's how to grow potatoes at home
3yr
I started growing potatoes in my closet garden after some potatoes from the farmers market that I...
I started growing potatoes in my closet garden after some potatoes from the farmers market that I didn't consume started growing eyes. Generally you can harvest them in 3 to 4 months. The potato le...
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Papaya Beauty💛 there are many ways to use papaya and even the seeds can be used to make seasoning, which I will try out. #nofoodwaste
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#FoodRevolution
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Spaghetti Squash!
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SimplyHailee's post
  • Rachna I love spaghetti squash! Using as a pasta replacement is so easy, and you can't taste the difference #kitchentips
  • lauren Did you roast it? I've only boiled spaghetti squash (mostly because of a non-working oven, but that's been fixed)
  • brittanymbarton my go-to pasta replacer! so easy to roast in the oven at 350 for about 45 mins @lauren
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Can you explain the lifecycle of an onion?
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Looking for some #kitchentips! I've just learned that onions don't last forever (I knew that, but...
Looking for some #kitchentips! I've just learned that onions don't last forever (I knew that, but this is still surprising). I was away from home for ~10 days, so my onions weren't given the usual ...
  • sugardetoxme You can regrow the onion by planting it and even harvest the onion greens!
Curry noodles soup with pan-fried leek, asparagus and oyster mushrooms
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Next time when you have left over curry, just add some stock (veg/chicken) and throw in some nood...
Next time when you have left over curry, just add some stock (veg/chicken) and throw in some noodles, topped with any (pan-fried) veggies you have in the fridge to make a delicious lunch or light s...
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#Kitchentip : exchange cooking ideas with friends& family to trigger ideas. My aunty showed me how to make Lions's tooth jam. Stay tuned!
3yr
The jam is made with fresh lion's tooth from my grandma's garden. The recipe and more pictures wi...
The jam is made with fresh lion's tooth from my grandma's garden. The recipe and more pictures will follow soon on the app and on my blog, which is currently under construction. #foodrevolution #k...
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Fiddleheads anyone?
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#FoodRevolution
  • lauren Yes! What's the best way to prepare? I've been intimidated
  • LesleyRozycki It was actually my first time making them (I was recipe creating and taking photos for a company's website). So after some research, I learned that you must boil them (I did it for about 8 mins)...
  • munchiemummy I wish I could get some where I live! I love pickled fiddleheads
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Homemade Granola
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I've fallen in love with making my own granola!  You can add whatever -grains, nuts, seeds, dried...
I've fallen in love with making my own granola! You can add whatever -grains, nuts, seeds, dried fruits, etc.- you'd like and usually it's much cheaper than buying it prepackaged.
  • annefood Welcome! Homemade granola is such a great way cut costs and sugar intake. #kitchentips
  • lauren Nice! I always end up accidentally burning my granola... Any tips?
  • annefood I stir and rotate my pans every 15 minutes during cooking @lauren which helps to not burn.
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