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    What is slow cooking? All right, let’s get right on it then, Slow cooking as the name implies is the process in which you cook your food on a large bowl or a pot immersed in a liquid for a long period of time, usually a minimum of 3 hours or more. Usual methods of slow cooking involve smoking; stewing or baking the food in low-heat and barbequing is included as well. Although in the United States slow cooking usually implies the use of a crock pot which is usually a ceramic bowl with a glass lid and basic temperature controls although there are much more advanced versions in the market. Since we are focusing more on a low carb diet, let me explain what it implies as well on these recipes. Most slow cooking recipes do not include the use of flour or other types of starchy foods, but it does include the use of some legumes which do contain quite a high amount of carbohydrates. So in this guide we will avoid all these ingredients and substitute them with low carb healthy alternatives. Advantages of slow cooking over the conventional method Usually fresh ingredients are cooked at low temperatures in slow-cooking, thereby ensuring that a minimal amount of the nutrients denature and since the food is immersed in a gravy of its own almost 95% of its nutrients are retained with the rest being lost via evaporation which is unavoidable. It is also a cheaper and a less energy consuming method of cooking since unless you use an electric slow cooker, you can simply start cooking it…

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    Labor Day Bbq Food

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    ingredients for your holiday barbecue. The following are five of the top Labor Day BBQ foods, as well as a few easy ways to prepare them. Enjoy! 1. Chicken Chicken is a classic option at millions of outdoor gatherings. It’s a poultry choice that is relatively inexpensive and may be used in a multitude of recipes. Here are two ways to get the most out of this versatile meat on your…

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    Commercial Egg Replacers

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    An experiment was conducted in order to test the ability of commercial egg replacers on the quality of a yellow cake. The researchers viewed the use of egg replacers as an economical choice in commercial food production and wanted to determine the quality of commercial egg replacers in both an objective and subjective manner. The team of researchers postulated that exchanging liquid and dry egg with egg replacers would drastically change the overall characteristics of the yellow cake. This…

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    Korean Garden Essay

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    I eat a lot. It might be obvious to some, but I really do love food. A lot of my free time is spent “eating out”, whether it’s by myself or with friends. The places that we eat out at depends on whatever were in the mood for, as well as our budget. Sometimes, it’ll be a quick trip to a Wendy’s or McDonald’s, grabbing a chocolate frosty or some French fries. Other times it’ll be a group dinner at an outback steakhouse because we’re in the mood for some steaks. But for pure enjoyment, more often…

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    Fishing Short Story

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    Starting at ‘The Bubba’s’ who specialized in hamburgers and sausages, followed by ‘Hillie’s’ bone falling barbecue ribs. Next door were the ‘Evan’s’ spicy buffalo grilled wings. The ‘Frank’s’ made sweet corn on the cob. The ‘William’s’ really stacked a loaded baked potato. The ‘Gill’s’ perfected Bourbon Baked Beans. The ‘Diller’s’ provided beer and other spirits, and the ‘Smith’s’ handled the homemade Apple pie’s A’ la mode. Last, the ‘Gulliver’s’ brought the Folklore Quartet, complete with…

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    If I were to imagine that I grew up with a twin that grew up in another family who’s culture was completely opposite of mine, I would most certainly believe that we would have to learn to accept and understand the differences between our cultures. I grew up in a Mexican culture which has it 's focus and values of hard work, family, and religion. when it comes to hard work it would mean taking every and any opportunity that presents itself when it comes to making money that would help with the…

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    When I was nine years old my parents finally told me that I could go skiing with them on their annual skiing trip that they do every February. Although they commonly go in February, they decided to also take me and my brother in December and said that we would still go in February. When the day arrived, we loaded our car up and left our house and started to head to Breckenridge, Colorado. About ten minutes after we left, my mom goes “Oh Crap”. My dad asks what and then she told him that we left…

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    Assembly Line Metaphors

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    First, imagine an assembly line. Now, imagine that the line is not a line at all but a criss-cross of paths across a kitchen island in a house within an Arizona subdivision. Next, imagine that even the paths can change over time (depending upon which uncle is taking a break, which cousin is taking over, etc.) such that the assembly line metaphor itself dissolves and ceases to be useful at all. Now, in that context, the first person flattens the rinsed corn husks (ribbiest side down) onto a…

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    Boca Burger Observation

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    I am a proud Food Network addict. And lately, I have developed quite a fondness for the reality competition, "Chopped." On this show, four "amateur" chefs compete for $10,000. They are provided with a motley collection of specific ingredients, and are charged with creating an appetizer, entrée, and a dessert; one contestant is eliminated after each course. The chefs are provided all the supplies and ingredients they need to prepare their dishes, while the judges look on. The clock winds down,…

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    When Hostess Went Wrong

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    I took my mother to Chili’s today (5/7/16) for an early Mother’s Day lunch; the experience was embarrassing and unacceptable. The hostess takes us at a table with crumbs all over seat, before I say anything she gets a napkin and pushes all of the crumbs off the seat and onto the floor however, crumbs are still all over half of the table, I didn’t say anything to her. After we sat down our feet literally stuck to the ground, before opening the menu my hand and arm got very sticky from some…

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