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Issue #3001782 by volkswagenchick, Eli-T, parijke, Kristen Pol, longwave:...

Issue #3001782 by volkswagenchick, Eli-T, parijke, Kristen Pol, longwave: Misspellings and capitalization error in Umami content files
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<h2>Get them at their best</h2>
<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 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>Of course it's a myth. During World War II the UK 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 successful 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>
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<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 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>
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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,Dessert,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
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 mozzarella 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
Crema catalana,crema-catalana-umami.jpg,"Typical Catalan dessert made from cream and egg yolks, covered with a traditional layer of caramelized sugar to provide a crispy contrast.",Enjoy this sweet recipe for one of the oldest desserts in Europe. It requires very few ingredients!,Umami,Dessert,10,20,30,,"1l milk, 200g sugar, 6 egg yolks, 30g cornstarch, 1 cinnamon stick, 1 piece lemon peel",crema-catalana-umami.html,8,"Egg, Vegetarian",recipes/crema-catalana
Fiery chili sauce,chili-sauce-umami.jpg,"An iridescent array of chilies, onions, and garlic, slowly sweating over a low heat","A rich and fiery chili sauce. Take care when handling chili peppers. And serve sparingly!",Umami,Accompaniment,10,50,60,easy,"2 red onions, 1 lemon, 2 limes, 250ml malt vinegar, 7 garlic cloves, 1 green bell pepper, 1 red bell pepper, 800g cherry tomatoes, 30 mixed chilies, Olive oil, 1 tbsp ground black pepper, 1 tbsp brown sugar",chili-sauce-umami.html,60,Vegetarian,recipes/fiery-chili-sauce
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