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Here's proof - you can enjoy a slice of pepperoni pizza and do your heart good. A few heart-smart substitutions and lots of vegetables make this much more healthy than a pizzeria's, and you get to savour the aroma as it bakes.
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To prepare food quickly, both the cook and kitchen need to be well organised, with the kitchen equipped for ease of use and stocked with a good selection of foods that you can take out when you need to whip up a fast meal.
|Growing & Cooking Olives2|
Native to the Mediterranean, where it has been grown for thousands of years, the olive is cultivated for both its oil and its fruit. It bears attractive silver leaves and small, fragrant whitish flowers.
|Tip for Using Herbs1|
Cooking tips for using herbs in cooking
|Buying & Cooking Pasta1|
Pasta is an excellent food for busy people, not only for speedy cooking, but also because it can always be to hand ? dried types have a long shelf life and fresh pasta is the perfect freezer-standby food. For hassle-free healthy eating, think ?pasta? when planning your shopping.
|How to Make Pasta1|
You are sure to be impressed by the superior flavour and texture of homemade pasta. Making the dough allows you to vary the ingredients and flavourings used to produce a pasta that suits your specific requirements or appeals to your tastebuds.
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Having a well-stocked pantry is the best insurance against dinnertime dramas. Store any opened packets of dry goods in airtight containers to keep them fresh and tidy, and use up the older ingredients first.
|How to Prepare Tomatoes 1|
Delicious, healthy and simple kitchen tips for cooking and preparing tomatoes.
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Tips & advice on how to store, prepare and cook with capsicum.
|Growing & Cooking Pears1|
Pear trees, which are more tolerant of warmth and humidity than apples, form medium to large trees that fl ower in spring, providing a spectacular display of snowy blossoms.
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It's frustrating to run out of an ingredient and then have to buy an expensive replacement from a convenience store ? a practice Grandma would have frowned on. Canned, bottled and dried goods have a long shelf life, so stock up when they're on special and enjoy their convenience. As well as basic seasonings and sauces, keep the following items on hand for use in a multitude of recipes.
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