How To Cook Rice

Rice is very easy to cook but to ensure light, fluffy results every time good quality rice is essential, cheaper rice will be disappointing, soggy and lacking in flavour however carefully you cook it.Heres four Steps on making your rice perfect.Step 1: Measure twice the amount of water to rice ie…

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How To Chop An Onion

Here are six steps to get that perfect cut onion.Make sure you have a very sharp knife and a cutting board when chopping an onion.Step: 1Peel the onion and chop off the ends. Step 2:Then cut in half.Step 3:Slice into the onion making sure you don’t cut all of the…

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How To Joint A Chicken

This step-by-step guide leads you through every stage of jointing a chicken with simple, basic instructions that will leave you with 6-8 portions of chicken including two breasts, two wings and two thighs. All of these portions can be frozen and used by defrosting them and adding to your favourite…

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Living a Gluten Free Lifestyle

Most large supermarkets and, particularly, specialist health food stores carry a variety of gluten free foods. Visit your local store or go on the web. Talk to friends or support groups who have had experience with coeliac disease or food allergies. Find out all the different flours you can use,…

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Eating Out

Don’t you hate going into a restaurant, looking at the menu when you cant eat one thing on it. Gluten free dining out can be very difficult. When at a restaurant making the requirements of a gluten free meal clear to a waiter or chef is a complicated process. Change…

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Gluten Free For Kids

Coeliac disease can appear at any age, and can be seen in children as young as one year old. Some doctors are conducting research that could connect gluten and food allergies to other diseases and syndromes, for example, autism and Asperger,s syndrome. They are seeking to determine if there might…

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Why a Gluten Free Diet

About 1 in 133 people suffer from coeliac disease, and health organizations say 2-2.5% of the general population suffer from food allergy – or 1-1.5 million people in Britain. The difference between food allergy and coeliac disease is that the latter, also known as coeliac sprue, is an autoimmune disorder,…

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What Can You Eat

The gluten free diet involves totally eliminating the ingesting of all items containing the proteins found in wheat, rye, barley and the many related grains. Before you turn to a gluten free diet, make sure you see your doctor and determine if eliminating gluten is right for you. Starting the…

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How to Make Chocolate Curls

Step 1:Melt 400g of chopped Chocolate and 50g of butter in a bowl over a saucepan of gently simmering water.Step 2:Pour the mixture out onto a baking tray and use a palette knife or spatula to spread it into a smooth large layer.Step 3:Freeze for about 3-4 minutes, until the…

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