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Feine Rhabarber-Muffins

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Süsses mit was Saurem: Rhabarber-Muffins!

Feine Rhabarber-Muffins
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  1. Backofen auf 180°C vorheizen Alle trockenen Zutaten (Mehl, Raspeln) vermischen Banane zerdrücken, Milch, Öl und Sirup dazu geben Trockenen und feuchte Zutaten in einer Schüssel vermischen Rhabarber waschen, schälen und in kleine Stücke schneiden und unter den Teig rühren Teig in Förmchen geben und 15-20 Minuten backen (bis sie oben leicht gebräunt sind) Genießen

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Stale Bread? No Problem

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Many people consider bread as a staple that shouldn’t be neglected or, else, overlooked (even when it’s not in its best form), because for many centuries it has been literally saving lives, and we should be thankful. It’s no accident that people of the world have created so many indicative proverbs, like ‘bread is the staff of life’, ‘a piece of bread in your pocket is better than a feather in your hat’ (what is that supposed to mean btw?). We treat bread with reverence. Many of us won’t have the heart to throw it away, but, still, sometimes we don’t finish it on time and it goes stale.

Especially for such people, we prepared a list with easy recipes. Follow them if you feel like your bread isn’t fresh enough to be eaten as is, and you don’t know what to do with it.

The most obvious thing is breadcrumbs. You can crumble bread with your bare hands or throw it in a food processor and then to lightly brown all available pieces in the oven. Don’t forget to mix them with some herbs, salt, pepper, garlic and onion powder. And that’s a whole new level.

Don’t want to crumble anything? Slice your old bread and carve pieces into whatever figures you like, smear them with some butter, and bake. Voila, croutons are ready. Toss them in Caesar salad or garnish your favorite creamy soup.

Or you can tear your ciabatta into chunks, mix it with tomatoes and season with the simplest vinaigrette – a mixture of 1 part vinegar or lemon juice with 3 parts oil together with some spices and mustard. It’s called Panzanella – a Toscan chopped salad. Cucumbers, basil, mozzarella, tuna, parsley, eggs, mint, peppers, and whatnot are always welcome. But the basic recipe is a must-try.

Want something sweet? Not a problem: mix milk with eggs and butter, sugar and vanillin, and pour this mixture onto bread and bake it. Bread pudding is hot and ready!

Or you can take stale bread and slice it into regular toasts, soak them in the same mixture as above and fry’em in a skillet. Drizzle with honey, apple jam or topinambur syrup – you’ve got a French toast right in front of you.

For traditions lovers we have a gorgeous variant too – homemade bread kvass. Hot water, sugar, yeasts and sultanas – and you are in the brewery business.

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Zubereitung eines exzellenten Salats – ein Regelwerk

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Befassen wir uns mit den Grundprinzipien eines exzellenten Salats. Vielerorts werden anstelle von farbenfrohen und aufreizenden Salaten langweilige, prosaische grüne Blätter aufeinandergeschichtet. Hier sind die Grundprinzipien, um das Beste aus einem bescheidenen und doch nicht so bescheidenen Gericht herauszuholen. Kurz, genau das, was Jamie Oliver beabsichtigt hatte:

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How Water gets Carbonated

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Sparkling, mineral water, or selters is simply water that contains dissolved CO2. Carbon dioxide gas that tickles your mouth and throat or, if you put it more poetically, effervescent. Some like it, others hate it, some claim that carbonation contributes to a whole variety of organism disorders, from tooth decay and calcium loss to irritated bowel syndrome, but all these allegations just won’t hold up. Of course, there are many types of beverages that can be bubbly, some of them being easily mistaken for regular water, such as tonic or flavoured sparkling water. While these do contain added sweeteners and flavors, regular carbonated water does not.

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Wie Wasser sprudelig wird

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Soda, Sprudel, Mineralwasser oder Selters ist einfach Wasser, das gelöstes CO2 enthält. Kohlendioxidgas, das Mund und Rachen kitzelt oder, um es poetischer ausdrücken, quirlig. Einige mögen es, andere hassen es! Und wieder andere behaupten, dass Kohlensäure für eine Vielzahl von Erkrankungen des Organismus verantwortlich ist, von Karies und Kalziumverlust bis hin zum Reizdarmsyndrom. Aber all diese Anschuldigungen halten nicht wirklich stand. Natürlich gibt es viele Arten von sprudelnden Getränken, die leicht mit normalem Wasser verwechselt werden können, wie Tonic oder aromatisiertes Sprudelwasser. Während diese zusätzliche Süssstoffe und Aromen enthalten, so ist dies bei normalem kohlensäurehaltigem Wasser nicht der Fall.

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