The Common Myths in Cooking

There are many methods of cooking food to help it taste great, but which of the myths have truth. Should you add milk to an omelet? Adding milk to an omelet requires a compact structure, and milk can make the texture almost rubbery. However, scrambled eggs come out soft and fluffy with the additional milk. Oil is often added to a pan of pasta to stop it sticking, but there is no evidence that it achieves this. Dried herbs are no substitute for fresh herbs. The latter retain their flavour, while dried herbs lose their flavour. Opt for sage, rosemary, and oregano as dry herbs, while fresh herbs include parsley, basil, and mint.

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