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Cooking in the dishwasher: Taste, sustainability and saving with a revolutionary method di [Casali, Lisa]
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Lunghezza: 146 pagine Word Wise: Abilitato Ottimizzato per schermi più grandi
Lingua: Inglese
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Why should you want to cook in a dishwasher? Because while youâre getting the dishes washed you can make use of the steam and washing water to cook at zero cost, without using more water and energy; because the result in many cases is better compared to traditional cooking. Have you ever tried low temperature cooking? A method with which you obtain the most tender meats and fragrant, delicious dishes that you will often find in haute cuisine around the world.

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  • Formato: Formato Kindle
  • Dimensioni file: 23101 KB
  • Lunghezza stampa: 146
  • Editore: Edizioni Gribaudo (29 novembre 2013)
  • Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B00GZPT09Q
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4.0 su 5 stelle "First Reading" Review 31 marzo 2015
Di Sharon Huston - Pubblicato su
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I'm reviewing this book after reading it once, while my first recipe is in the dishwasher cooking. I'm cautiously recommending this book, with a few reservations listed below. I'll update the review later, after I've cooked more than a soft-boiled egg.

This book is very much for adventurous cooks! Due to the differences in dishwashers, especially American and European dishwashers, you'll need to experiment, possibly cooking a dish multiple times, to achieve success. I'm personally not bothered by this -- it sounds like fun, and I'm looking forward to being in "mad scientist" mode.

I watched one of Casali's videos on YouTube, and when I saw she had an entire book on dishwasher cooking I was intrigued enough to buy a copy. Casali is a cook and blogger who writes about environmentally-friendly cooking, so this book is a natural progression of her ideas. Studies (specifics noted in the book) have shown that using a dishwasher conserves more water than washing by hand. As you probably know, however, this only holds true if you wash a full load of dishes. I'm single, so I don't use my dishwasher often because it takes several days to dirty enough dishes, and since I'm in an apartment I can't risk a bug infestation by letting dirty dishes sit for too long. Casali's book showed me that I could fill some of my extra dishwasher space by including canning jars filled with food! She's giving me the ability to cook a meal and save water AND electricity (as I won't be using the stove/oven/microwave as much).

I know many people reading about this book are concerned about dirty water leaking into their food. Casali explains she conducted tests with well-known European food labs, and as long as you use well-sealed jars or vacuum bags you shouldn't experience any contamination. MythBusters also has a YouTube segment where Alton Brown helped cook a lasagna prepared in the dishwasher. If Alton says it's OK then it's good enough for me.

The book includes about sixty recipes. I counted 61, but I was in a hurry, so my count may be off. About 30% of the book is devoted to the introductory material, basic theory, etc. The remainder of the book includes the recipes and a clickable index listing the titles of each recipe. I'm very tired of poorly-produced Kindle cookbooks that omit this feature, so kudos to the publishing team! I do think the index could be better -- what if I wanted information on topical information like dishwasher temperatures? Or recipes that included apples? These are minor quibbles, though. (The fact that I'm overjoyed to find a clickable index says a LOT about the state of Kindle publishing!)

It's important to note that the book is a translation of a European cookbook, so measurements are metric. That could be a barrier for some cooks. I also found a few ingredients I wasn't familiar with, but Google fixed that problem.

The recipes are organized by dishwasher cycles (quick, eco, normal, intensive) which is causing me a bit of head-scratching as my dishwasher has exactly two cycles. I'll have to experiment, and you probably will too, but that's part of the fun.

The different cycle chapters each contain seasonal recipes, so you can take advantage of food at its peak flavor and price. Since the book is authored by an environmentally-aware cook, many of the recipes avoid the more popular meats, and instead focus on less-popular meats. The book discusses many reasons for this practice, including avoiding consuming meats from animals that are over-farmed or raised in unhealthy conditions.

By my count, 40 of the recipes used meat/seafood/pork. I try to cook vegetarian, so I was hoping for more straight vegetable options. The meat dishes, however, always include fruit/vegetables. I'm going to try leaving the meat out of a few, and adding more veggies.

I'll update this after I've cooked a few recipes. I may add some stars, too -- my current four-star rating is based strictly on my first read, not on the actual recipes. But it looks promising!
4.0 su 5 stelle Inspiration to try to things! 12 ottobre 2015
Di Francis Maloney - Pubblicato su
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Fun ideas, I have a fancy dish waster that heats and does many different cycles. I am experimenting and hope to put up some jellies using the dish washer next time I do. How great to now have boiling water to lift hot bottles in and out of!
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