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When to burn your food!

When to burn your food!

To properly answer this question, we need to clarify something. The term "burning" typically has a negative connotation when it comes to cooking. It is, however, OK (and often even sought after) to char your food. In fact, for certain dishes, like baba ganoush, the charred flavor is fundamental to the recipe.

As reported on the TASTE magazine website - BURN MORE

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