4001 Food Facts and Chef's Secrets

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Mylin Enterprises, 1993 - Cooking - 282 pages
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With a wealth of helpful and usable household hints and tips, this book covers everything from food preparation secrets to unusual and practical uses for foods. Cooks can learn how to tell how old an egg is by its shine, the secret to making the best meringue, the best way to store cheese, how to rid the home of insects without using pesticides, and more. 50 illustrations. PDS/Mylin Publishing)

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Bader received a doctorate degree and is board certified in Preventive Care. He has practiced in major clinics in California and frequently presents lectures and seminars worldwide.

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