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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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'...This is because Filipinos deserve the perfectly cooked rice every time.
And that lack of parental effort in the kitchen has worrying repercussions - the research also found that three quarters of children had never even boiled an egg, and 71% had never cooked pasta.
Speaking about her daily Ramadan cooking schedule, Noor said: "'Thareed' (mixed vegetables cooked with lamb meat into a spicy broth served over wafer-like bread) and 'harees' are my favourite traditional dishes.
Our top chefs teach you how to make one delicious dish (while packing in the tips - what makes a perfect sauce or knowing when your meat is cooked and more cheffy secrets).
Products are cooked and heated at rapid speeds in a DCN steam jacketed kettle using either the Jet Cook Nozzle or the Jet Cook Globe Head dependant on the product.
London, Jan 14 ( ANI ): Madonna has revealed that she has never cooked a meal in her life.
JUST the thing for making the most of leftover cooked potatoes.
Ideal for cook-in/ship-in applications, the bags preserve the freshness of cooked sauces, soups, stews and more--for weeks.
We picked wild blackberries, cooked turtle soup and shad roe, and listened to Bessie Smith.
(Peter's picture is among the many fine illustrations included in the book.) Fanny Gillette Hem, Edith's sister-in-law, also trained at the President' House and cooked at Monticello, as did a servant named Ursula Hughes.
Foods cooked in microwave ovens are "a recipe for cancer," adds medical journalist Simon Best on his Electromagnetic Hazard and Therapy Web site (www.em-hazard-therapy.com).
Just a cup of cooked spinach and Swiss chard contains more than a third of the USDA daily recommendation of iron for women and half the recommendation for men.