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The secret of making a fluffy raw cauliflower rice

There has been something of a fashion recently for raw cauliflower rice. Learn the secret of making a fluffy raw cauliflower rice.

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10 Quick Tips for Making Plant Milks

10 quick tips for making plant milks. Plant milks are growing in popularity – from almond to macadamia to cashew milk - there is bound to be a plant-based milk to suit your taste.

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How to make Chai spice

Chai spice is easy to make yourself. Simply make up your blend, adjusting the spices to your liking. Combine well and store in an airtight jar until required. For a fresher tasting spice blend, you can grind your own spices. You can use a coffee grinder or a traditional pestle and mortar to grind them separately before measuring the ground spices and blending together.

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How to make elderflower vinegar

Easy elderflower vinegar for your salad dressings

Elderflower vinegar has a slightly liquorice-like flavour which will add an extra dimension to your salad dressings.

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Gathering and Using Wild Garlic

Wild garlic sometimes goes by the name of ramsons, ramps, bears garlic, buckrams, bear leek, broad leafed garlic or wood garlic. Whatever the name you know it as, it certainly is a delicious herb.

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7 steps to keeping your fridge cold so your food lasts longer

7 STEPS TO KEEPING YOUR FRIDGE COLD SO YOUR FOOD LASTS LONGER. The ideal temperature for a fridge is between 3 degrees C (37 degrees F) and 5 degrees C (40 degrees F) to stop harmful bacteria from growing. Too cold and your lettuce will be frozen and too warm, your food will spoil.

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