Diabetes Recipes - Recipes
Good food does not have to be complicated or time-consuming. This simple, homely casserole is made without a lengthy shopping list of exotic fresh ingredients or hours of precise slicing and chopping.
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Vinegar has been used for many centuries to flavour and preserve food. Apple cider and wine are the common basic ingredients, but almost any product that can produce alcoholic fermentation can be used to make vinegar, as evidenced by the range used in this book. Create your own varieties by adding fresh herbs, chilies or fruit to cider or wine vinegars. Store in tightly sealed bottles in a dark place. The acetic acid will keep the herbs or fruit from spoiling.
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As well as fresh vegetables, keep these versatile basics. Store the oldest items at the front for easy retrieval and to avoid accidental wastage.
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