What does "bake" mean?
Put the food on a frypan and saute it.
Put the food in the fridge and refresh it.
Put the food in the oven and cook it on heat.
What does "barbecue" mean?
Bake your food.
Grill your food.
Fry your food.
What does "beat" mean?
Fry the food with little oil.
Mix the food constantly.
Bake the food constantly.
What does "carve" mean?
To cut your meat into slices.
To cut your veggies into pieces.
To cut your finger while cooking.
What does "chop" mean?
To bake your veggies on the oven.
To fry your veggies slowly.
To cut your veggies into small pieces.
How do you "broil"?
Cooking your food on a microwave.
Cooking your food on extremely high temperatures for a long time.
Cooking your food on the oven.
What do "shallowfry" and "deepfry" have in common?
Both use an oil fry technique.
Neither use oil.
It's a baking technique.
What do you do when you shallowfry?
A lot of oil is used and you submerge your food totally.
Very little oil is used and you submerge your food partly.
Neither of them.
What does "deepfry" exactely mean?
It means very little oil is used.
You don't use oil at all.
You deep your food completely into the oil.
What does "grate" mean?
To shred food items with the help of a grater.
To cut food items with the help of scissors.
To buy food items from the supermarket.
When you 'saute' or 'stir fry' your food:
You deep your food on hot water and boil it quickly.
You put the food on a hot pan and heat it quickly with very little oil.
You submerge the food on a lot of oil and fry it quickly.
What does "knead" mean?
"I love scrambled eggs." Scramble means that:
You mix the whites and yellows of an egg nicely.
You crack the whites and yellows of an egg.
You separate the yellows from the whites of an egg.
What does "mince" mean?
To cut meat into large pieces, usually with a knife.
To cook meat, usually in the oven.
To cut meat into very small pieces, usually with a machine.