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How to Break Your Bad Cooking Habits

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Find out what 4 bad cooking habits you should break

Have you ever done this? You find an awesome recipe with a beautiful picture. You get all the ingredients, put in a ton of effort to get the perfect result—and then it just doesn't turn out right. You check the ingredient list twice, you reread the steps and you can’t figure out where you went wrong.

Here are 4 bad cooking habits you should try to break.

Hilary Meyer, EatingWell Associate Food Editor

Bad habit #1: You dip and sweep the flour »


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