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W is for Water

May 30th, 2011 at 04:51 pm

If you are shaking your head, you are probably wondering how I'm going to talk about water and cooking.

Besides being the best hydration tool around, we use water all the time when we cook. We add water to a chicken, herbs, and vegetables and the amount determines whether we will roast (very little) or cook and have broth.

I made fresh squeezed lemonade and there was more water than lemon juice. Good thing or I would have quite the pucker.

We use water to cook pasta, boil eggs, and even make a simple bread.

Some folks put flavors in their water bottles to make flavored water.

I can't imagine not having water to make coffee or tea.

We are blessed to have water to use and often abuse. It hydrates us as well as cooks and clean.

1 Responses to “W is for Water”

  1. Jerry Says:

    We live in Bulgaria, as I have mentioned before, and the mineral water in SE Europe is some of the best I have enjoyed anywhere! Sofia is built on mineral springs which are all around the city, both hot and cold, and the hot water runs all year long. This leads people to come from all around town, young and old, with big bottles to fill with the water that they believe brings them insurance of continued health and vitality. It's also tasty!

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