Those who know me, know that I’m not a very good cook.  Whenever I do cook, it takes me awhile, a long while.  The part that takes the longest for me is the preparation, not the actual act of cooking.  I take awhile chopping vegetables trying to get them as uniformed as possible, at least I know, the more uniformed they are, more even the cooking will be.  I also know that you add certain vegetables at certain times during cooking to ensure texture isn’t too badly compromised.  However, I didn’t know that by changing the way you cut the vegetables also have an impact on their flavor.

This article from Lifehacker taught me a good deal.  Hmmm, perhaps there’s hope for me yet…

I’m the kind of person who proceeds to throw vegetables in a food processor, hit pulse, and write it off as done. (It’s why I’m not a cook.) However, the way you cut vegetables can really impact their flavors and tastes. Here’s why.Read more…

via The Way You Cut Vegetables Changes Their Flavor — Lifehacker

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