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Issue #2940146 by Eli-T, cehfisher, nicolarbell, markconroy, kjay, Gábor...

Issue #2940146 by Eli-T, cehfisher, nicolarbell, markconroy, kjay, Gábor Hojtsy, andrewmacpherson, JayKandari, volkswagenchick: Standardize writing style for Umami
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<p>There's nothing like having your own supply of fresh herbs, readily available and close at hand to use whilst cooking. Whether you have a large allotment or a small kitchen window sill, there's always enough room for something home grown.</p>
<p>There's nothing like having your own supply of fresh herbs, readily available and close at hand to use while cooking. Whether you have a large garden or a small kitchen window sill, there's always enough room for something home grown.</p>
<h2>Outdoors</h2>
<h3>Mint</h3>
<p>Mint is a great plant to grow as its hardy and can grow in almost any soil. Mint can go totally wild though, so keep it contained in a pot or it might spread and take over your whole garden or allotment.</p>
<p>Mint is a great plant to grow as it's hardy and can grow in almost any soil. Mint can grow wild, so keep it contained in a pot or it might spread and take over your whole garden.</p>
<h3>Sage</h3>
<p>Like mint, sage is another prolific growing plant and will take over your garden if you let it. Highly aromatic, the sage plant can be planted in a pot or flower bed in well drained soil. The best way to store the herb is to sun dry the leaves and store in a cool, dark cupboard in a sealed container.</p>
<h3>Rosemary</h3>
<p>Rosemary plants grow into lovely shrubs. Easily grown from cuttings, rosemary plants do not like freezing temperatures so keep pots or planted bushes near the home to shelter them from the cold. It grows well in pots as it likes dry soil, but can survive well in the ground too. If pruning rosemary to encourage it into a better shape, save the branches and hang them upside down to preserve the flavour and use in food.</p>
<p>Rosemary plants grow into lovely shrubs. Easily grown from cuttings, rosemary plants do not like freezing temperatures so keep pots or planted bushes near the home to shelter them from the cold. It grows well in pots as it likes dry soil, but can survive well in the ground too. If pruning rosemary to encourage it into a better shape, save the branches and hang them upside down to preserve the flavor and use in food.</p>
<h2>Indoors</h2>
<h3>Basil</h3>
<p>Perfect in sunny spot on a kitchen window sill. Basil is an annual plant, so will die off in the autumn, so it's a good idea to harvest it in the summer if you have an abundance and dry it. Picked basil stays fresh longer if it is placed in water (like fresh flowers). A great way to store basil is to make it into pesto!</p>
<h3>Chives</h3>
<p>A versatile herb, chives can grow well indoors. Ensure the plant is watered well, and gets plenty of light. Remember to regularly trim the chives. This prevents the flowers from developing and encourages new growth.</p>
<h3>Coriander (Cilantro)</h3>
<p>Coriander can grow indoors, but unlike the other herbs, it doesn't like full sun in the middle of the day. If you have a south facing kitchen window, this isn't the place for it. Although not as thirsty as basil, coriander doesn't like dry soil so don't forget to water it! Cut coriander is best stored in the fridge.</p>
<p>Coriander can grow indoors, but unlike the other herbs, it doesn't like full sun. If you have a south facing kitchen window, this isn't the place for it. Although not as thirsty as basil, coriander doesn't like dry soil so don't forget to water it! Cut coriander is best stored in the fridge.</p>
<p>Let's hear it for the humble carrot! This sweet and healthy &lsquo;everyday&rsquo; veg packs it all in. Great flavour, fantastic colour, and if you're one for believing the old story, they can even help you to see better in the dark.</p>
<p>Who doesn't love cooking with this super versatile root veg? We roast them, boil them, blend them into soups and grate them into salads. The humble carrot has to be one of our favourite veg choices and it's been grown for thousands of years. But back then you were more likely to find a purple, red, yellow or white carrot and not the orange one we are all so familiar with today.</p>
<h2>So what happened? When did orange become the preferred colour?</h2>
<p>It was the Dutch during the 17th century who cultivated and made popular the orange variety, most likely because of its brilliant colour and higher levels of beta carotene. And it has also been suggested that they were cultivated in tribute to William of Orange, who led the struggle during the Dutch battle for independence.</p>
<p>Let's hear it for the humble carrot! This sweet and healthy &lsquo;everyday&rsquo; veg packs it all in. Great flavor, fantastic color, and if you're one for believing the old story, they can even help you to see better in the dark.</p>
<p>Who doesn't love cooking with this super versatile root veg? We roast them, boil them, blend them into soups, and grate them into salads. The humble carrot has to be one of our favorite veg choices and it's been grown for thousands of years. But back then you were more likely to find a purple, red, yellow or white carrot and not the orange one we are all so familiar with today.</p>
<h2>So what happened? When did orange become the preferred color?</h2>
<p>It was the Dutch during the 17th century who cultivated and made popular the orange variety, most likely because of its brilliant color and higher levels of beta carotene. And it has also been suggested that they were cultivated in tribute to William of Orange, who led the struggle during the Dutch battle for independence.</p>
<p>For whatever reason, the orange variety has stuck but look out for the &lsquo;heritage&rsquo; varieties at farmers markets and grocers, their mix of purple, yellow, orange and white are especially appealing to cook with and look absolutely great served as a side dish.</p>
<h2>Nutrition</h2>
<p>Carrots are rich in beta carotene which your body converts into vitamin A. It's often tricky to know whether cooking vegetables will enhance or reduce their nutritious value and unfortunately there's no simple rule. But in the case of carrots, nutrition is enhanced by consuming them cooked. In fact, it only takes 100 grams of carrots to get more than your daily value of vitamin A.</p>
<h2>Get them at their best</h2>
<p>Young carrots, harvested when they are small have an especially sweet flavour and they are absolutely delicious. To cook them you can skip the peeling, give them a good wash and pop them in the steamer for just a few minutes. Carrots will taste the best when they are fresh, so make sure they are firm and bright in colour when buying.</p>
<p>Young carrots, harvested when they are small have an especially sweet flavor and they are absolutely delicious. To cook them you can skip the peeling, give them a good wash and pop them in the steamer for just a few minutes. Carrots will taste the best when they are fresh, so make sure they are firm and bright in color when buying.</p>
<h2>And that thing about carrots helping you see more in the dark?</h2>
<p>Of course it's a myth. During World War II the U.K. Ministry of Food promoted carrots as a super healthy veg that would improve your ability to see during the blackouts and as an explanation for the succesfull night missions of UK fighter pilots. In reality, the only truth in the connection between carrots and improved eye sight is that vitamin A does indeed help to maintain vision.</p>
<p>Of course it's a myth. During World War II the U.K. Ministry of Food promoted carrots as a super healthy veggie that would improve your ability to see during the blackouts and as an explanation for the succesfull night missions of UK fighter pilots. In reality, the only truth in the connection between carrots and improved eye sight is that vitamin A does indeed help to maintain vision.</p>
<p>This may not surprise you - but your supermarket is a hot bed of marketing mayhem, designed to improve their profit and to encourage the consumer to spend more than they intended. The tricks that all supermarkets employ are sometimes sensible ploys that any retailer should do to improve sales - but some may be more subtle and less obvious than you might think.<p>
<p>With consumer awareness articles and documentaries frequently picking up on this topic, it's likely the case that retailers find it harder to get away with the more obvious ploys. We are becoming ever more savvy consumers and there's probably not a great deal that gets past us. But here's a few retail tricks to keep in mind when you are rushing around the weekly supermarket stock-up.</p>
<h2>Lost essentials</h2>
<p>The layout of your supermarket may make sense to you when you have shopped there for a while, but for newcomers, trying to find essentials, it may make very little sense at all. Some supermarkets have noted that people come to their store to buy milk, bread or eggs and that by hiding these essentials in the far reaches of the store, they encourage the newcomer to wander the aisles - picking up other items as they go.</p>
<p>The layout of your supermarket may make sense to you when you have shopped there for a while. But for newcomers trying to find essentials, it may make very little sense at all. Some supermarkets have noted that people come to their store to buy milk, bread, or eggs and that by hiding these essentials in the far reaches of the store, they encourage the newcomer to wander the aisles - picking up other items as they go.</p>
<p>Sure, this can be great for nudging the memory on essentials you might otherwise forget, but for saving the pennies it's tough to stick to grabbing only the things you came for and the supermarkets know it!</p>
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Our tip: Make your shopping list before leaving the house, checking what you need and sticking to that list. You could be amazed by what you'll save over time.
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<h2>Nonsensical multibuys</h2>
<p>Buy one, get one free; two for &pound;2 and meal deals. They all seem like a great deal. But in some cases these are loss leaders that are positioned to encourage you to take up the deal and buy other stuff while you are there. In other cases, deals for multi-buy or discounts on specific pack sizes might seem like a bargain, until you compare the pricing like-for-like on similar brands or with pack sizes for the same brand. These deals can mean you end up paying less but is it less for something you don't really need and in some cases you can end up paying more for the item. Remember, the supermarkets know you are often in a hurry and might not have the time to take in the full picture.</p>
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<p>Our tip: Don't be rushed, take the time to read the small print. The large print will draw you in but if you read the label small print, you should find the price per 100 grams or per litre and you'll be surprised how often the headline deals are actually more expensive than just buying a different package type or size of the product.</p>
<p>Our tip: Don't be rushed, take the time to read the small print. The large print will draw you in but if you read the label small print, you should find the price per 100 grams or per ounce/litre and you'll be surprised how often the headline deals are actually more expensive than just buying a different package type or size of the product.</p>
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<h2>Understanding our shopping habits</h2>
<p>The cheapest products in a supermarket are almost always positioned on the bottom of the shelving where you'll need to bend over to pick it up. You also may not be able to easily read the price ticket. Most people will shop on the middle rows because it is easier and often quicker. These are where the highest profit items are kept and they are the ones the supermarkets want you to buy.</p>
<p>The layout, the music, the colours and the product types are all decided based on principles laid down by industry experts on people - psychologists and behavioural experts who know how we think. And so the savvy shopper will certainly be able to take advantage of great deals in their weekly shop, but it takes a little time and effort just to be more aware of what we are being encouraged to reach for in the aisles.</p>
<p>The layout, the music, the colors, and the product types are all decided based on principles laid down by industry experts on people - psychologists and behavioral experts who know how we think. And so the savvy shopper will certainly be able to take advantage of great deals in their weekly shop, but it takes a little time and effort just to be more aware of what we are being encouraged to reach for in the aisles.</p>
<p>We think mushrooms are one of the most enjoyable ingredients to cook with. There are plenty of edible varieties to try, each with their own distinctive shape, size and taste. And with curious names such as chanterelle, the gypsy, horn of plenty or hen of the woods, who wouldn't want to know more about cooking with the mighty mushroom?</p>
<p>One of the best things about mushrooms is their versatility. They can be fried, roasted, grilled, steamed or even cooked in the microwave, and they can be served as the main ingredient for a dish, or simply added as part of the mix. This makes mushrooms an ideal choice for creating absolutely delicious vegetarian dishes.</p>
<p>So let's take a look at some of our favourite types of mushroom. You might not have tried cooking with them before but don't let that put you off. With their delicious, distinctive flavours you can easily transform soups, starters, sauces and create amazing pasta or stir-fry dishes.</p>
<p>Try the lovely <strong>shiitake</strong>. Used in Asian cooking, these can be purchased dried and rehydrated for a strong, deep flavour. Or buy fresh and add to soups and stir-fries. Not only does this mushroom have an intense flavour, it looks lovely too. The deep brown and smooth shapes will provide texture to your meal. In their dried form and rehydrated, these are the perfect addition for a deep and flavourful stock for a risotto.</p>
<p>The gorgeous sunny <strong>chanterelle</strong> with its yellow flesh has a fruity flavour - but it is worth mentioning that there are many lookalikes out there and care should be taken to ensure you're eating the right ones. These look great in an omelette or an asian soup to complement the yellow tones.</p>
<p>The brown <strong>morel</strong> offers a meaty and distinctive flavour and you'll probably love how extraordinary they look in a meal. The morel is a more popular mushroom during the spring, when their availability is high.</p>
<p>For delicacy try the <strong>enoki</strong> with its tiny white heads that grow in a bunch. These can even be eaten raw in salads. Finally, you can choose the popular <strong>oyster</strong> mushroom. They are named thus because they look nothing like a mushroom and resemble the innards of an oyster and their sweet flavour is delicious.</p>
<p>We think mushrooms are one of the most enjoyable ingredients to cook with. There are plenty of edible varieties to try, each with their own distinctive shape, size, and taste. And with curious names such as chanterelle, the gypsy, horn of plenty, or hen of the woods, who wouldn't want to know more about cooking with the mighty mushroom?</p>
<p>One of the best things about mushrooms is their versatility. They can be fried, roasted, grilled, steamed, or even cooked in the microwave. And they can be served as the main ingredient for a dish, or simply added as part of the mix. This makes mushrooms an ideal choice for creating absolutely delicious vegetarian dishes.</p>
<p>So let's take a look at some of our favorite types of mushroom. You might not have tried cooking with them before but don't let that put you off. With their delicious, distinctive flavors you can easily transform soups, starters, sauces and create amazing pasta, or stir-fry dishes.</p>
<p>Try the lovely <strong>shiitake</strong>. Used in Asian cooking, these can be purchased dried and rehydrated for a strong, deep flavor. Or buy fresh and add to soups and stir-fries. Not only does this mushroom have an intense flavor, it looks lovely too. The deep brown and smooth shapes will provide texture to your meal. In their dried form and rehydrated, these are the perfect addition for a deep and flavorful stock for a risotto.</p>
<p>The gorgeous sunny <strong>chanterelle</strong> with its yellow flesh has a fruity flavor - but it is worth mentioning that there are many lookalikes out there and care should be taken to ensure you're eating the right ones. These look great in an omelette or an asian soup to complement the yellow tones.</p>
<p>The brown <strong>morel</strong> offers a meaty and distinctive flavor and you'll probably love how extraordinary they look in a meal. The morel is a more popular mushroom during the spring, when their availability is high.</p>
<p>For delicacy try the <strong>enoki</strong> with its tiny white heads that grow in a bunch. These can even be eaten raw in salads. Finally, you can choose the popular <strong>oyster</strong> mushroom. They are named thus because they look nothing like a mushroom and resemble the innards of an oyster and their sweet flavor is delicious.</p>
title,body,author,slug,image,alt,tags
Give it a go and grow your own herbs,give-it-a-go-and-grow-your-own-herbs.html,Holly Foat,articles/give-it-a-go-and-grow-your-own-herbs,home-grown-herbs.jpg,"Fresh cut herbs including mint, parsley, thyme and dill","Grow your own,Seasonal,Herbs"
The real deal for supermarket savvy shopping,the-real-deal-for-supermarket-savvy-shopping.html,Megan Collins Quinlan,articles/the-real-deal-for-supermarket-savvy-shopping,supermarket-savvy-umami.jpg,Products presented on supermarket shelving.,"Supermarkets,Shopping"
The umami guide to our favourite mushrooms,the-umami-guide-to-our-favourite-mushrooms.html,Umami,articles/the-umami-guide-to-our-favourite-mushrooms,mushrooms-umami.jpg,A delightful selection of mushroom varieties laid out on a simple wooden plate.,"Mushrooms,Vegetarian"
The umami guide to our favorite mushrooms,the-umami-guide-to-our-favourite-mushrooms.html,Umami,articles/the-umami-guide-to-our-favourite-mushrooms,mushrooms-umami.jpg,A delightful selection of mushroom varieties laid out on a simple wooden plate.,"Mushrooms,Vegetarian"
Let's hear it for carrots,lets-hear-it-for-carrots.html,Umami,articles/lets-hear-it-for-carrots,heritage-carrots.jpg,"Purple, orange, yellow and white heritage carrots.","Carrots,Vegetarian,Healthy"
<ol>
<li>Preheat the oven to 180C and grease a 8 inch cake tin.</li>
<li>Preheat the oven to 350°F/180°C and grease an 8 inch cake tin.</li>
<li>Sift the flour and cocoa powder into a bowl and add the sugar and salt.</li>
<li>Add the oil, a little at time, mixing well to avoid lumps. Add the soy milk and vanilla extract and mix thoroughly.</li>
<li>Gently pour into the cake tin and spread out until even. Bake for about 15 minutes and check with a knife (the knife should come out clean when inserted into the brownies 2cm from the edge).</li>
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<ol>
<li>Preheat the oven to 200C. Starting with the pastry; rub the flour and butter together in a bowl until crumbling like breadcrumbs. Add water, a little at a time, until it forms a dough.</li>
<li>Preheat the oven to 400°F/200°C. Starting with the pastry; rub the flour and butter together in a bowl until crumbling like breadcrumbs. Add water, a little at a time, until it forms a dough.</li>
<li>Roll out the pastry on a floured board and gently spread over your tin. Place in the fridge for 20 minutes before blind baking for a further 10.</li>
<li>Whilst the pastry is cooling, gently cook the onions, garlic and courgette.</li>
<li>Whilst the pastry is cooling, chop and gently cook the onions, garlic and courgette.</li>
<li>In a large bowl, add the soya milk, half the parmesan, and the eggs. Gently mix.</li>
<li>Once the pastry is cooked, spread the onions, garlic and sun dried tomatoes over the base and pour the eggs mix over. Sprinkle the remaining parmesan and careful lay the feta over the top. Bake for 30 minutes or until golden brown.</li>
</ol>
<ol>
<li>Preheat the oven to 220C. Mix the some of the milk and water in a jug, and add the yeast and sugar, then set aside.</li>
<li>Preheat the oven to 425°F/220°C. Mix some of the milk and water in a jug, and add the yeast and sugar, then set aside.</li>
<li>In a bowl, mix the flour, salt and oil. Slowly add the liquid from the jug and form into a dough.</li>
<li>Break the dough in half and shape into two pizza bases. Set aside for about 15 minutes, whilst making the topping.</li>
<li>Spread the tomato puree over the pizza bases, chop the basil and rocket and sprinkle over the tomato. Lay the chopped Parma ham on top and add thick slices of mozzarella across the pizza.</li>
......
<ol>
<li>In a large pan, boil the pasta in plenty of water until cooked.</li>
<li>Whilst the pasta is cooking, gently fry the onions and garlic in a little oil until soft and the onion looks clear.</li>
<li>Whilst the pasta is cooking, chop the onion and gently fry it with the garlic in a little oil until soft and the onion looks clear.</li>
<li>Add the vegetarian sausages. Once browned, remove and chop into chunky bites.</li>
<li>Pop the sausages back into the pan and add the tomatoes, sugar, pesto and sun dried tomatoes. Season to taste. Simmer until most of the water from the chopped tomatoes has gone.</li>
<li>Drain the pasta and add to the pan with the sausages and tomatoes. Stir in half of the cheddar and transfer to a shallow dish. Sprinkle with the rest of the cheddar and dot the sliced mozzarella over the top.</li>
......
<ol>
<li>Preheat the oven to 180C and grease two 8 inch cake tins.</li>
<li>Preheat the oven to 350°F/180°C and grease two 8 inch cake tins.</li>
<li>In a large bowl, mix the butter and sugar together, then add the eggs, flour and baking powder.</li>
<li>Spread the mix evenly between the 2 cake tins.</li>
<li>Place both tins in the middle of the preheated oven for 20 minutes, before checking with a knife. When the knife comes out clean, its ready!</li>
<li>Place both tins in the middle of the preheated oven for 20 minutes, before checking with a knife. When the knife comes out clean, it's ready!</li>
<li>Allow to cool in the tins before moving them onto a cooling rack.</li>
<li>Add the jam, stack, dust with icing sugar and serve with a big dollop of cream. Enjoy!</li>
</ol>
title,image,alt,summary,author,recipe_category,preparation_time,cooking_time,total_time,difficulty,ingredients,recipe_instruction,number_of_servings,tags,slug
Deep mediterranean quiche,mediterranean-quiche-umami.jpg,"A delicious deep layered Mediterranean quiche, sliced.",An Italian inspired quiche with sun dried tomatoes and courgette. A perfect light meal for a summer's day.,Umami,Main course,40,30,70,medium,"For the pastry:,280g plain flour,140g butter,Cold water,For the filling:,1 onion (chopped),2 cloves of garlic (chopped),Half courgette (chopped),450ml soya milk,500g grated parmesan,2 eggs,200g sun dried tomatoes,100g feta",mediterranean-quiche-umami.html,8,"Pastry,Egg",recipes/deep-mediterranean-quiche
Vegan chocolate brownies,chocolate-brownie-umami.jpg,A plate with a vegan chocolate brownie covered in dark vegan chocolate,These sumptuous brownies should be gooey on the inside and crisp on the outside. A perfect indulgence!,Umami,Snack,20,20,40,,"170g self-raising flour, 3 tablespoons of cocoa powder, 170g of caster sugar, 5 tablespoons of vegetable oil, 1 teaspoon vanilla extract, A pinch of salt, 230ml soy milk",chocolate-brownie-umami.html,8,,recipes/vegan-chocolate-brownies
Super easy vegetarian pasta bake,veggie-pasta-bake-umami.jpg,Cheesy pasta dish with vegetarian sausages and topped with Mozzarella,A wholesome pasta bake is the ultimate comfort food. This delicious bake is super quick to prepare and an ideal midweek meal for all the family.,Umami,Main course,5,20,25,easy,"400g wholewheat pasta, 1 chopped onion, 2 cloves of garlic, 1 pack of vegetarian sausages, 1 tin of chopped tomatoes, 50g of sliced sun dried tomatoes, Pinch of sugar, 3 tablespoons of red pesto, 50g cheddar cheese, Basil or mixed herbs, 100g mozzarella",veggie-pasta-bake-umami.html,4,"Vegetarian,Pasta,Baked",recipes/super-easy-vegetarian-pasta-bake
Watercress soup,watercress-soup-umami.jpg,Light and simply presented watercress soup with a sprig of coriander to finish,"A wonderfully simple and light soup, making the most of seasonal, local produce. ",Umami,Starter,10,20,30,easy,"3 bunches of watercress,3 potatoes,3 onions,2 leeks,800ml stock,5 tablespoons of crème fraîche",watercress-soup-umami.html,4,"Soup,Vegetarian",recipes/watercress-soup
Victoria sponge cake,victoria-sponge-umami.jpg,"A classic, uncut Victoria sponge with a deep filling of butter cream and jam","A traditional Victoria sponge cake, perfect for any afternoon with a cup of tea.",Umami,Desert,20,20,40,easy,"225g butter or margarine,225g caster sugar,225g self-raising flour,4 eggs,1 level teaspoon of baking powder,3 tablespoons of jam for the filling,Icing sugar to dust the top,Cream to serve",victoria-sponge-umami.html,10,Cake,recipes/victoria-sponge-cake
Gluten free pizza,pizza-umami.jpg,"Olives, basil and mozzarella top a gluten free pizza base","A gorgeous and simple gluten free pizza, with deliciously indulgent mozzeralla and Parma ham. Can easily be vegetarian by leaving out the ham.",Umami,Main course,15,15,30,,"400g gluten free flour, 125ml warm water, 125ml milk, 1 sachet of dried yeast, 2 teaspoons of sugar, 1 teaspoons of salt, 2 tablespoons olive oil, 4 tablespoons of tomato puree, 1 clove of garlic, Some fresh basil, 200g of mozzarella, 100g rocket, 5 slices of Parma ham",pizza-umami.html,4,,recipes/gluten-free-pizza
Thai green curry,thai-green-curry-umami.jpg,"A traditional bowl of creamy, aromatic Thai green curry with chunks of chicken and a small bowl of jasmine rice.",A quick and easy version of the classic Thai green curry. Perfect for a midweek meal!,Umami,Main course,10,15,25,,"400g coconut milk, 400g chicken or tofu, 1 tablespoon of Thai green curry paste, 1 clove of garlic, 2 teaspoons of fish sauce, 400g mushrooms, 200g green beans, Fresh coriander leaves, Jasmine rice",thai-green-curry-umami.html,4,,recipes/thai-green-curry
Deep mediterranean quiche,mediterranean-quiche-umami.jpg,"A delicious deep layered Mediterranean quiche with basil garnish.",An Italian inspired quiche with sun dried tomatoes and courgette. A perfect light meal for a summer's day.,Umami,Main course,40,30,70,medium,"For the pastry:,280g plain flour,140g butter,Cold water,For the filling:,1 onion,2 garlic cloves,Half a courgette,450ml soya milk,500g grated parmesan,2 eggs,200g sun dried tomatoes,100g feta",mediterranean-quiche-umami.html,8,"Pastry,Egg",recipes/deep-mediterranean-quiche
Vegan chocolate brownies,chocolate-brownie-umami.jpg,A white plate with a vegan chocolate brownie covered in dark vegan chocolate,These sumptuous brownies should be gooey on the inside and crisp on the outside. A perfect indulgence!,Umami,Snack,20,20,40,,"170g self-raising flour, 3 tbsp cocoa powder, 170g caster sugar, 5 tbsp vegetable oil, 1 tsp vanilla extract, 1 pinch salt, 230ml soy milk",chocolate-brownie-umami.html,8,,recipes/vegan-chocolate-brownies
Super easy vegetarian pasta bake,veggie-pasta-bake-umami.jpg,Cheesy pasta dish with vegetarian sausages and topped with mozzarella cheese and basil,A wholesome pasta bake is the ultimate comfort food. This delicious bake is super quick to prepare and an ideal midweek meal for all the family.,Umami,Main course,5,20,25,easy,"400g wholewheat pasta, 1 onion, 2 garlic cloves, 1 pack vegetarian sausages, 400g chopped tomatoes, 50g sliced sun dried tomatoes, 1 pinch sugar, 3 tbsp red pesto, 50g cheddar cheese, Basil or mixed herbs, 100g mozzarella",veggie-pasta-bake-umami.html,4,"Vegetarian,Pasta,Baked",recipes/super-easy-vegetarian-pasta-bake
Watercress soup,watercress-soup-umami.jpg,Watercress soup with a sprig of coriander as garnish in a white bowl with green trim.,"A wonderfully simple and light soup, making the most of seasonal, local produce. ",Umami,Starter,10,20,30,easy,"3 bunches watercress,3 potatoes,3 onions,2 leeks,800ml stock,5 tbsp crème fraîche",watercress-soup-umami.html,4,"Soup,Vegetarian",recipes/watercress-soup
Victoria sponge cake,victoria-sponge-umami.jpg,"A classic, uncut Victoria sponge with a deep filling of butter cream and jam","A traditional Victoria sponge cake, perfect for any afternoon with a cup of tea.",Umami,Desert,20,20,40,easy,"225g butter or margarine,225g caster sugar,225g self-raising flour,4 eggs,1 tsp baking powder,3 tbsp of jam for the filling,Icing sugar to dust the top,Cream to serve",victoria-sponge-umami.html,10,Cake,recipes/victoria-sponge-cake
Gluten free pizza,pizza-umami.jpg,"Olives, basil, and mozzarella top a gluten free pizza crust with marinara sauce.","A gorgeous and simple gluten free pizza, with deliciously indulgent mozzeralla and Parma ham. Can easily be vegetarian by leaving out the ham.",Umami,Main course,15,15,30,,"400g gluten free flour, 125ml warm water, 125ml milk, 1 sachet dried yeast, 2 tsp sugar, 1 tsp salt, 2 tbsp olive oil, 4 tbsp tomato puree, 1 garlic clove, Fresh basil, 200g mozzarella, 100g rocket, 5 slices Parma ham",pizza-umami.html,4,,recipes/gluten-free-pizza
Thai green curry,thai-green-curry-umami.jpg,"A traditional bowl of creamy, aromatic Thai green curry with chunks of chicken in a small bowl with jasmine rice.",A quick and easy version of the classic Thai green curry. Perfect for a midweek meal!,Umami,Main course,10,15,25,,"400g coconut milk, 400g chicken or tofu, 1 tbsp Thai green curry paste, 1 garlic clove, 2 tsp fish sauce, 400g mushrooms, 200g green beans, Fresh coriander leaves, Jasmine rice",thai-green-curry-umami.html,4,,recipes/thai-green-curry
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$nodes = $node_storage->loadByProperties(['title' => 'Gluten free pizza']);
$this->assertCount(1, $nodes);
$node = reset($nodes);
$this->assertContains('Mix the some of the milk and water in a jug', $node->field_recipe_instruction->value);
$this->assertContains('Mix some of the milk and water in a jug', $node->field_recipe_instruction->value);
}
/**
......@@ -106,7 +106,7 @@ protected function assertArticlesImported(EntityStorageInterface $node_storage)
->count()
->execute();
$this->assertGreaterThan(0, $count);
$nodes = $node_storage->loadByProperties(['title' => 'The umami guide to our favourite mushrooms']);
$nodes = $node_storage->loadByProperties(['title' => 'The umami guide to our favorite mushrooms']);
$this->assertCount(1, $nodes);
$node = reset($nodes);
$this->assertContains('One of the best things about mushrooms is their versatility', $node->body->value);
......
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