Learning to Cook – Round Up 4

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Back to cooking school with a ’round the world round-up of great cooking tips from the foodie blogosphere:

Maki of I Was Just Really Very Hungry starts us off with her 3-part series on “Milking the Soy Bean”, including Making Soy Milk, Making Tofu, and What to do with Okara, the nutritional by-product from the tofu making.

Cambridge’s local fish expert Helen of Beyond Salmon gives us tips on how to go Shopping for fish.

Another thing you can make from soy beans is tempeh. Justin of Too Many Chefs shows us how he makes his Homemade Tempeh.

These Moroccan Nut and Chocolate Squares from Zoubida of Kitchen Culture look so good it makes you want to eat them off your screen.

Discover the intricacies of Making Macarons from Singapore’s Kuidaore.

Sam of Becks and Posh gets to the heart of the matter with her step-by-step visual tutorial on How to trim an artichoke.

Many thanks to Alanna of A Veggie Venture for alerting me to several of these great posts!

That’s it for this round-up. If you know of an excellent cooking method (not just recipe) food blog post that you think would make a good inclusion in future round-ups, please let me know in the comments or email me at recipes [at] elise [dot] com.

One Comment

  1. obsoletepostergrrrl

    Thanks so much for putting together this invaluable series. I learn so much from each entry.

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