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cooked

Processed. Said of data that has been manipulated in some manner. Contrast with raw. See baked.
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Place extra portions of cold or warm cooked white or brown rice into a blender with a small amount of water (approximately 1 cup rice to 1/4 cup water) to make a 'rice milk.
It has a very earthy, mustardy flavor, and works best when incorporated into a soup or pasta, though if done right it can be delicious when cooked with just some garlic and olive oil or curry.
They can also form directly on food when it's cooked to a crisp.
However, cooked food can be heated to steaming in a microwave oven or stovetop, then placed in a preheated slow cooker to keep hot for serving.
Toss cooked, shredded greens with pasta for a fast entree, or stir into soups for extra taste and texture.
The findings suggest by-products of the cooked sucrose and casein can promote colon cancer development, Bruce says.
Then reduce the oven temperature to 350 degrees and roast until the chicken is cooked through.
Raw meats and poultry should be cooked a minimum of three hours in the slow cooker to be sure they are cooked sufficiently.
Cook beef, stirring, until it browns all over and is cooked through, 3 to 4 minutes.
The center of the stuffing should reach 160 to 165 degrees F, while a perfectly cooked breast should be 170 degrees F.
Her fans wanted to know what the busy mother of three children, ranging in ages from 5 to 13 years, cooked for dinner.
A cooked -- not baked -- item (stovetop versus oven-prepared)