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Glossary

Knead

To work dough by using a pressing and folding action to make it smooth and elastic.

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Lamb

Meat from a sheep that is less than 1 year old.

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Lean Fish

Has a low fat content—it can be as low as 2.5 percent fat. Lean fish has a delicate texture and mild flavor. Due to the low fat content it dries out easily during cooking and is best cooked with…

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Line

To cover a baking sheet with a piece of parchment paper, waxed paper or foil to prevent sticking.

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Marble

To swirl light and dark batters in a cake, bar cookie, pie or cheesecake. The batters should not be combined into one color; there should still be two distinct batters after marbling.

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Marinate

To tenderize and/or flavor foods, usually meat or raw vegetables, by placing in a liquid mixture of oil, vinegar, wine, lime or lemon juice, herbs and spices.

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Mince

To cut foods into very fine pieces no larger than 1/8 inch.

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Mix

To stir or beat two or more ingredients together with a spoon or a fork until well combined.

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Moderately Oily Fish

Has a fat content around 6 percent. They have a firmer texture than lean fish and a neutral flavor. These types of fish can be baked, broiled, grilled, pan-fried or poached.

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Moisten

To add enough liquid to dry ingredients while stirring gently to make a wet, but not runny, mixture. Often used in the preparation of muffins.

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