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Water used in breadmaking

What Is Tepid Water?

Most people know that 0°C is the freezing point of water and that 100°C is the boiling point. But within these state-changing temperatures there are a range of other temperatures that are referred to in recipes and in general everyday life. When it comes to cooking, it is important to understand what these mean as

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Grilled camembert cheese

Can You Reheat Camembert?

Camembert is a popular cheese that gets its name from the town of Camembert in Normandy, France, where it originated in the 18th century. It is a mild soft cheese that was traditionally “surface ripened” and made with unpasteurised milk. Nowadays it is mostly made with pasteurised milk for safety reasons, with only 10% of

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Do Teabags Expire?

Tea is a very popular drink in the UK that has become strongly associated with British customs. It is estimated that more than 7 million people in the UK drink four or more cups of tea a day. Usually when we refer to tea, we mean tea made with a traditional English breakfast teabag. The

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