Vegetable Cooking Tip #cookingtips
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Vegetable Cooking Tip #cookingtips



Here's a handy guide for how to cook these vegetables: Above ground veggies have thinner cell walls and just need quick cooking in already-boiling water. Root veggies have more starch, and the thicker cell walls need to be heated up gradually. More great tips and hacks at farmersalmanac.com #cookingtip #potatoes #corn #hacks #livebrazenlybeautiful

Here's a handy tip when cooking vegetables: Vegetables that grow underground (beets, carrots, potatoes) should start off in cold water. Vegetables that grow aboveground (corn, peas, greens) should be placed in boiling water.

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