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Rotisserie chicken
Rotisserie chicken: Store-bought rotisserie chicken is convenient and practical—but much higher in sodium than a home-...
Preshredded cabbage
Preshredded cabbage: Convenient preshredded cabbage can be purchased, in bags, in the produce section of most...
Rice flour
Rice flour: Rice flour is made from finely milled white rice. It is often used in Asian cooking for desserts and to...
Soy nuts
Soy nuts: Soy nuts are mature soybeans have been soaked then roasted, either in oil or using a dry-roasting process....
Soymilk
Soymilk: Extracted from pressed cooked ground soybeans, soymilk has come a long way since researchers deciphered how to...
Toasted sesame seeds
Toasted sesame seeds: Toasted sesame seeds can be purchased, but the flavor is better when you toast your own. To toast...
Sun-dried tomatoes
Sun-dried tomatoes: Buy dry sun-dried tomatoes, usually found in the produce section, not the ones jarred in oil. Look...
Tapioca starch
Tapioca starch: Tapioca starch, also called sweet manioc starch or tapioca flour, creates a pleasing chewiness when...
Maple sugar
Maple sugar: Maple sugar is crystallized maple syrup. It has an intense maple flavor. Find it at specialty baking...
Thai basil
Thai basil: Thai basil looks similar to commonly available Italian basil, but has a distinct licorice flavor. Cilantro...
Steel-cut oats
Steel-cut oats: Steel-cut oats, sometimes labeled “Irish oatmeal,” look like small pebbles. They are toasted oat groats...
Sriracha
Sriracha: Sriracha, a Thai chile sauce, can be found in the Asian section of some large supermarkets and at Asian...
Pasilla chiles
Pasilla chiles: Pasilla chiles are used in Southwestern cooking to add moderate heat and rich flavor to sauces, soups...
Papaya
Papaya: To select a ripe papaya, look for skin that is about half golden yellow and half green and yields to gentle...
Skirt steak
Skirt steak: Skirt steak is a very thin and flavorful cut from the beef diaphragm. It is sometimes referred to as...
Smoked paprika
Smoked paprika: Smoked paprika is a spice made from grinding smoke-dried red peppers. It can be used in many types of...
Spelt
Spelt: Spelt is a cereal grain with a mild nutty flavor and a relatively high protein content. Spelt flour is available...
Watermelons
Watermelons: Look for symmetrical unblemished watermelons, without flat sides, that have a creamy yellow spot on the...
Wehani rice
Wehani rice: Wehani rice, an aromatic brown rice related to basmati, has a sweet, nutty flavor, a light reddish color,...
White whole-wheat flour
White whole-wheat flour: White whole-wheat flour, made from a special variety of white wheat, is light in color and...
White balsamic vinegar
White balsamic vinegar: White balsamic vinegar is unaged balsamic made from Italian white wine grapes and grape musts (...
Wheat flakes
Wheat flakes: Wheat flakes are simply wheat kernels that have been steamed and rolled, oatmeal-style. Look for them in...
Wheat bran
Wheat bran: Unprocessed wheat bran is the outer layer of the wheat kernel, removed during milling. Also known as miller...
Vanilla beans
Vanilla beans: Vanilla beans, found with the spices in supermarkets or at specialty stores, provide the purest and most...
Wasabi powder
Wasabi powder: Wasabi powder, when mixed with water, becomes the green paste most of us know from sushi restaurants....
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