Bulk sausage is sometimes known as sausage in a can. Though not always sold in an actual can, it is a sausage that has not been put into a natural casing or formed into sausage patties.
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Tuna salad is a relatively new invention. With the wide availability of canned tuna, cooks found a new medium to play with. Early twentieth century recipes for chicken and turkey salads offer tuna as a replacement for these poultry based salads. This makes sense as tuna was quickly becoming a grocery store staple and was becoming cheaper and cheaper.
Deconstructed eggnog is not as famous as normal eggnog, but you’d better believe that it’s just as delicious! By deconstructing the traditional recipe, you will be able to adapt it however you want.
Gas stovetops are not particularly efficient. Electric coils aren’t, either. In both cases, a heating element generates heat in one place and then transfers it to your pot or pan. Induction cooktops, by contrast, use complicated magnetic technology to generate the heat directly in your pan.
Admittedly, vacuum sealers aren’t the most common kitchen gadget. If you’re looking at this page, you probably already know exactly what you’re going to use yours for. On the off chance you don’t however, it’s worth taking a few sentences to explain the idea behind them.