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Kosher Kitchen Secrets and Tips from KosherEye
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Vanilla Cuts Acidity of Tomatoes

A teaspoon or so of vanilla in Italian tomato sauces or Mexican chili helps cut the acidity of the tomatoes.

                                     Vanilla Fun Tips

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Some Sweet Tips

KosherEye would like to share some honey tips.

  • Honey should NOT be refrigerated
  • Oil measuring cup before adding honey – the honey will slide out easily
  • Pure natural honey does not have a “use by” expiration date.
  • Warm crystallized honey in microwave to return to liquid state
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Fruity Floater For Punch Bowl

Slightly defrost a few packages of sweetened sliced frozen strawberries or frozen fruits. Place in a rounded or shaped bowl, which will fit inside your punch bowl. Add water; freeze well.  Defrost just before party — and place in punch bowl to serve. This will add color and flavor to your punch and keep the punch cold!

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More Lemon Juice

Microwave a fresh lemon for 15 seconds and it doubles the juice you get before squeezing.

tip from Enid & Ann Stettner, Wild Thymes Farmes

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Kosher for Less: Spices

Some dried spices (ground, chopped, powdered or whole) do NOT require kosher certification. This  list includes: allspice, basil, bay leaf, black pepper, chives, cilantro, cinnamon, lemon grass, marjoram, nutmg, oregano, thyme, turmeric and more. For complete list visit www.crcweb.org

Note: Spices for Passover do require special supervision.

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Leftover Wine

Freezing leftover wine: If you have leftover wine, just add to a small sealable plastic bag and freeze. When you need just a bit of wine in a recipe, simply unzip the freezer bag and use.

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Veggie Warm Rinse

Chef Thomas Keller suggests – Give your veggies a warm rinse instead of a cold rinse when using them in cooked dishes!

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Oh Bananas!

What to do with those over-ripe blackening ones? Simply peel, place in an airtight plastic bag or container and freeze. When ready to prepare homemade banana cake or banana bread, simply defrost these over-ripe frozen bananas and use them.

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Disposable Shower Caps

Use disposable elasticized shower caps for food covers. These are great to cover leftovers especially on Shabbos!

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Quick Café au Lait

In a heat proof, sealable container vigorously shake 6 ounces of (hot or cold) strong coffee, 2 ounces of half and half, and 2 teaspoons of sugar. Substitute parve vanilla soymilk to make this  non-dairy.  Optional  flavorings—add cinnamon, cocoa or vanilla powder. OK, we admit it, sometimes we add a dollop of whipped cream!

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