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Antonyms for cooked

having been prepared for eating by the application of heat


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Experience perfectly cooked rice with the Tefal spherical pot-rice cookers now at 20 percent off in SM Home (Department Stores) nationwide, until March 15.
Products are then cooked and heated at speed atomising steam to extract the maximum energy.
She was asked in an interview as what was the last meal she cooked entirely by herself.
Warm, partially cooked food is a breeding ground for bacteria.
"cooking greens," although some are great both cooked and raw, such as arugula, spinach, cabbage and chicories.
The pork was subsequently cooked in an oven for 2 h at 500[degrees]F (260[degrees]C), then for 1 to 2 h more at 350[degrees]F (177[degrees]C).
And because of this, they usually don't have leftover cooked food.
Risotto, polenta, cassoulet, bread pudding, and even cheesecake are just a few of the products that can be cooked in a pressure cooker.
The team also gathered information about other exposure covariants such as fuel type, whether the kitchen was inside (with or without a partition) or outside (attached or nonattached), number of meals cooked, cooking duration, and time spent in or near the kitchen during cooking.
McDonald added that some wood species do not provide any particular advantage if cooked separately, but they are less expensive and therefore useful as fillers to lower total wood cost.
Some allergies are so severe that eating French fries that were cooked in the same oil as shellfish can cause a reaction.
"People think that cooked fruits or vegetables are low in nutritional value.
People who cook ground-beef burgers on gas grills could have a food safety problem if they rely on color--rather than on a meat thermometer--to determine if the meat is adequately cooked, according to Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists.
The fresher the better, and uncooked better than cooked. Right?
Food cooked in love nourished both body and soul, while food cooked in haste and anger would set one monk against another.