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#1311 Sat 28 Jun 14 12:08pm

Carren

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Hi from New Zealand

Love watching your shows on TV - just watched one where you cooked a slow roasted beef brisket. Unfortunately nobody over here seems to know exactly what cut of beef this actually is. Can you please elaborate on this cut so that I can figure out what the Kiwi equivalent would be?

Many thanks! smile

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#1312 Sat 28 Jun 14 7:57pm

user2014

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hi jamie,i made your mint dressing green goddess.the question is how long should i keep it in the fridge because i dont wat to lose its freshness.


enjoying cooking easy and fast...
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#1313 Fri 14 Nov 14 12:01am

ioney

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Hi Jamie,
I am opening a Day Nursery and wondered if you could help me with a nutritional menu.  My Cook should be able to handle any recipes that you put our way.  Your help would be really appreciated. 

Thanks in advance,

Ioney x   yummy

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#1314 Fri 14 Nov 14 2:24pm

mummza

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Welcome to the forum esther.staedler1 smile

Sorry for the delay in awnsering your question , Kikkoman bran soy sauce is brewed using 4 ingredients , soy , wheat, salt and water 
there is no mention of msg on the ingredients list on the UK website.

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#1315 Mon 01 Dec 14 9:52pm

mummza

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bump smile

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#1316 Fri 16 Jan 15 3:45pm

dragons1

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What can i use instead of garlic as it does not like me?

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#1317 Mon 09 Feb 15 11:38pm

steshera

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What's a good substitue for chickpeas and cauliflower since we love Spur recepies but most oft them call for either both or one of the latter and they're not really our favourite vegetables here

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#1318 Tue 10 Feb 15 11:38am

hippytea

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dragons1 wrote:

What can i use instead of garlic as it does not like me?

Nothing can give you the same flavour as garlic, but there are some options to get a similar depth.

In the first place, look to other alliums like onions, leeks or spring onions.

If you can't have those either, the spice asafoetida has a long history of being used in place of onions and garlic by those who couldn't eat them for religious reasons - so you could give that a go.

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#1319 Tue 10 Feb 15 11:40am

hippytea

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steshera wrote:

What's a good substitue for chickpeas and cauliflower

For chickpeas: experiment with other types of peas or beans, maybe dried peas?

For cauliflower: broccoli gives a similar texture but has a sweeter flavour; otherwise try potatoes, especially waxy potatoes - the texture will be different from cauliflower but they have a nice bite and a mild flavour.

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#1320 Tue 10 Feb 15 9:20pm

sammiecat2

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Hi there
I have a fairly cheap cooker, you know the one you'll definitely get rid of one day when you do the kitchen up, after finishing the kids rooms and a new bathroom! My question is this the cooker oven takes longer than the suggested time on recipes. Do I - A. Keep the dish in for longer, or B. Turn up the heat?. What are the implications for both when baking (my new passion). Thanks. Sam

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