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Basting brushes are used for brushing oil, butter, or glazes on meats or poultry before or during roasting or broiling; for spreading sauces or oil on pizza dough; and for basting foods as they marinate, grill, or broil. Choose a sturdy, good-sized brush with well-attached, sterilized natural bristles made especially for contact with food.
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Bay leafes are the dried whole leaves of the bay laurel tree, used to add a pungent, spicy flavor to savory dishes. The French variety, available in specialty-food shops, has a milder, sweeter flavor than California bay leaves. Discard the leaves before serving. Store bay leaves in an airtight container in a cool, dark place and use within 1 year.
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Bay leaves are the dried whole leaves of the bay laurel tree, used to add a pungent, spicy flavor to savory dishes. The French variety, available in specialty-food shops, has a milder, sweeter flavor than California bay leaves. Discard the leaves before serving. Store bay leaves in an airtight container in a cool, dark place and use within 1 year.
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Bean broth is the liquid remaining after cooking dried beans and seasonings in water.
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Bean curd, also known as tofu, is a soft, custardlike curd, made from the milky liquid extracted from fresh soybeans.
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