*  Traditional medicine
Prince Wen Hui's Cook Bob Flaws and Honora Wolf 1985 "National Policy on Traditional Medicine and Regulation of Herbal ... In Chinese folk medicine, medicinal congees (long-cooked rice soups with herbs), foods, and soups are part of the healing ...
*  Health food store
In 1896 a new building was built in Birmingham, England to house James Henry Cook's vegetarian restaurant, one of the first in ...
*  Vegetarian nutrition
Major plant sources of zinc include cooked dried beans, sea vegetables, fortified cereals, soyfoods, nuts, peas, and seeds. ...
*  Cooking
The ways or types of cooking also depend on the skill and type of training an individual cook has. Cooking is done both by ... Cooks also use water and minerals such as salt. Cooks can also use wine or spirits. Naturally occurring ingredients contain ... Liquids are so important to cooking that the name of the cooking method used is often based on how the liquid is combined with ... Also, microwaving meat before cooking may reduce HCAs by 90% by reducing the time needed for the meat to be cooked at high heat ...
*  Cooking? Cooking!
... (Korean: 요리왕), is the first EP by South Korean boy band Super Junior-H, sub-unit of Super Junior. It was ... Bubbly and blissful with playful and chatty lyrics, the title track "Cooking? Cooking!" is widely known to be reserved as the " ... "Cooking? Cooking!", at the 2008 Dream Concert. Their EP contains a total of five tracks, all of which display exhilarating ... The lyrics deal of a fun episode that took place while eating the food a girlfriend cooked. Other tracks, such as "Pajama Party ...
*  Carryover cooking
... (sometimes referred to as resting) is the phenomenon that food retains heat and continues to cook even after ... "Carryover Cooking". Cooking Clarified. Retrieved 27 November 2012. Brown, Amy (2008). Understanding Food: Principles and Prn ( ... the greater the amount of temperature increase due to carryover cooking. Resting, when used as a synonym for carryover cooking ... Carryover cooking is often used as a finishing step in preparation of foods that are roasted or grilled, and must be accounted ...
*  Cooking apple
A cooking apple is an apple that is used primarily for cooking, as opposed to a dessert apple, which is eaten raw. Cooking ... Cooking apples are also known as culinary apples. Culinary varieties with a high acid content become a froth when cooked, which ... In reality cooking apples are harmless raw and are just varieties of apples whose characteristics are well suited to cooking. ... Worldwide, dual-purpose varieties (those used for both cooking and eating raw) are more widely grown. Apples can be cooked down ...
*  Smoking (cooking)
The heat and smoke cook and flavor the meat before escaping through an exhaust vent at the opposite end of the cooking chamber ... Although foods that have been hot smoked are often reheated or cooked, they are typically safe to eat without further cooking. ... To cook the meat, a small fire is lit in the firebox, where airflow is tightly controlled. The heat and smoke from the fire is ... The heat and smoke from the fire box exhausts into the food box, where it is used to cook and smoke the meat. These may be as ...
*  Futurist cooking
... atmospheric and vacuum stills-to cook food without destroying vitamins Chemical indicators or analyzers-to help the cook ... The Futurist movement recognized that people "think, dream and act according to what they eat and drink" so cooking and eating ... The third course is 'tactile vegetable garden,' which is a plate of cooked and raw green vegetables without dressing. The guest ... These meals were first proposed in Filippo Tommaso Marinetti and Fillia's Manifesto of Futurist Cooking, published in the Turin ...
*  Beautiful Cooking
For the first competition, a master chef will cook a more complicated dish and then explain the recipe and cooking procedure. ... "TVB." Beautiful cooking season 2. Retrieved on 2009-05-01. Sina.com. "Sina.com." 獎門人廚房胸戰亞姐. Retrieved on 2009-11-09. Sina.com ... Beautiful Cooking (Traditional Chinese: 美女廚房, literally: Beautiful Girl's Kitchen) is a Hong Kong variety show broadcast on TVB ... The female celebrities are then requested to match the chef's dish by trying to imitate the cooking and recipe. In competition ...
*  Pressure cooking
... is the process of cooking food, using water or other cooking liquid, in a sealed vessel known as a pressure ... Frozen foods need extra cooking time to allow for thawing. When pressure cooking at 1 bar/15 psi (gauge), approximate cooking ... Due to the shorter cooking time, vitamins are preserved relatively well during pressure cooking. Several foods can be cooked ... cooking times can typically be reduced to one-third of the time for conventional cooking methods. The actual cooking time also ...
*  Stage (cooking)
Staging is an unpaid internship when a cook or chef works briefly, for free, in another chef's kitchen to learn and be exposed ... The hiring chef might assess the trial cook's adaptive skills in the new kitchen and how they interact with other staff in the ... When a culinary student or cook-in-training is seeking an internship, often the trial is the next step after the interview. A ... Trialling is an activity often used to assess the skills and training of a cooking job candidate. ...
*  Panna Cooking
"Panna: The Best Digital Cooking Magazine I've Seen So Far". Kitchn. Perez, Sarah. "Panna, A Video-Based Cooking "Magazine" For ... Panna is a video cooking resource offering Online Cooking Classes and Video Recipes from award-winning chefs, established in ... Panna Cooking also offers "Classes." In a class, one chef delves into a specific type of cuisine and the subscriber gets a ... Panna was founded in 2012 as a video cooking magazine for reading on tablet devices by David Ellner. Ellner decided to start ...
*  Cooking oil
... is plant, animal, or synthetic fat used in frying, baking, and other types of cooking. It is also used in food ... Because of this, cooking oil should never be dumped in the kitchen sink or in the toilet bowl. The proper way to dispose of oil ... Cooking oil can be recycled. It can be used as animal feed, directly as fuel, and to produce biodiesel, soap, and other ... Cooking oils are composed of various fractions of fatty acids. For the purpose of frying food, oils high in monounsaturated or ...
*  Blanching (cooking)
... to halt the cooking process. The meaning of blanch is "to whiten", but this is not always the purpose of blanching in cooking. ... Blanching is a cooking process wherein the food substance, usually a vegetable or fruit, is scalded in boiling water, removed ... Food is blanched to soften it, or to partly or fully cook it, or to remove a strong taste (for example of cabbage or onions). ... The blanching step cooks the interior of the potato, while the second step at the higher temperature crisps the outside. ...
*  Dredging (cooking)
Dredging is a cooking technique used to coat wet or moist foods with a dry ingredient prior to cooking. Put most simply, ... The coating applied to the food acts as a barrier that keeps the food from sticking to the pan as it cooks. The coating helps ...
*  Cooking Fever
"Cooking Fever partners with Coca-Cola for the latest game update". Develop. 2 December 2017. "Cooking Fever - The Ultimate ... Cooking Fever is a cooking simulation mobile game developed by Nordcurrent, a Lithuanian game developing and publishing company ... Cooking Fever currently has three different modes to play ; the first screen is City which has 9 restaurants,second mode is ... Since its release in 2014, Cooking Fever has become one of the most popular mobile games, having been cumulatively downloaded ...
*  Jerk (cooking)
The word jerk refers to the spice rub, wet marinade, and to the particular cooking technique. Jerk cooking has developed a ... The cooking technique of jerking, as well as the results it produces, has evolved over time from using pit fires to old oil ... Jerk cooking and seasoning has followed the Caribbean diaspora all over the world, and forms of jerk can now be found at ... Jerk is a style of cooking native to Jamaica in which meat is dry-rubbed or wet marinated with a hot spice mixture called ...
*  Convenience cooking
Though seemingly a recent phenomenon, guides to convenience cooking go as far back as 1930 French Cooking in Ten Minutes by ... Another important skill in convenience cooking is time management. This genre of cooking focuses largely on process and ... Cook's Illustrated magazine has often incorporated convenience-cooking principles into their recipes. A significant amount of ... Convenience cooking is the practice of streamlining recipes for simplicity and speed of preparation. It is a common practice in ...
*  Cooking (science)
In scientific culture, cooking is a term for falsifying data or selectively deleting data in an attempt to prove a hypothesis. ... Gregor Mendel has been posthumously accused of cooking his data. [1]. ...
*  Pellicle (cooking)
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*  Cooking banana
... s are banana cultivars in the genus Musa whose fruits are generally used in cooking. They may be eaten while ripe ... The cooking bananas (specifically East African Highland bananas) are peeled, wrapped in the plant's leaves and set in a cooking ... They are always cooked or fried when eaten green. At this stage, the pulp is hard and the peel often so stiff that it has to be ... while other starchy cultivars also used for cooking are called "cooking bananas". All modern plantain cultivars have three sets ...
*  Cooking spray
... is applied to frying pans and other cookware to prevent food from sticking. Traditionally, cooks used butter, ... Cooking spray is a spray form of an oil as a lubricant, lecithin as an emulsifier, and a propellant such as food-grade alcohol ... Most cooking sprays have less food energy per serving than an application of vegetable oil, because they are applied in a much ... Cooking spray has other culinary uses besides being applied to cookware. Sticky candies such as Mike and Ike that are often ...
*  Sweating (cooking)
Sweating in cooking is the gentle heating of vegetables in a little oil or butter, with frequent stirring and turning to ensure ... Sweating is often a preliminary to further cooking in liquid; onions, in particular, are often sweated before including in a ...
*  Pinch (cooking)
A pinch in cooking (pn) is an amount of an ingredient, typically salt, sugar, or spice. Traditionally it was defined as "an ... How Much is a Pinch of Salt or Other Seasonings? Accuracy Project: Pinch, Dash and Smidgen Measurements COOKING CONVERSION ...