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Tuna Buns Recipe – Delicious!

375g (3 cups) AP flour. 7g (1 pkg) instant dry yeast. 1 tbsp sugar. 1 tsp salt 187ml (3/4 cup) warm milk 42g (3 tbsp) butter, melted. 1 large egg, beaten. Mix until combined On a floured surface, knead until smooth. Sprinkle with a little flour if necessary Form a ball and cover until doubled…

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Scrambled Egg Omelette | Jamie Oliver – AD

OK lovely people, we’re going to do the most incredible, breakfast or brunch, Scrambled Egg Omelette With a beautiful tomato salad finished with some basil, and an amazing Chili Sauce And I’m going to be bigging up my pan from Jamie Oliver by Tefal range and showing you how damn good it is! Let’s get…

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Garlic Mozzarella Swirl Bread Delicious!

250g (2 cups) of all-purpose flour. 1 tsp of instant dry yeast. 1 tsp of sugar. 3 tbsp of butter, melted. 125ml (1/2 cup) of warm milk. 1 egg, whipped. 1 tsp of salt. 1 tsp of garlic granules/powder/fresh. Stir until smooth Cover for 60 – 90 minutes 125 – 250g (1 – 2 balls)…

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Awesome Lamb Kebabs | Jamie Oliver

Hi guys, okay so we’re gonna do a really simple but delicious Lamb Kebab It’s a really lovely ritual to make a kebab you can marinade it the day before, but I want to show you the ones that I like to do which is when you go for a walk in the park or…

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How to Grow Foods with the Highest Nutrient Density & Best Taste

Alright! This is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com. Today I have another exciting episode for you, and what I’m going to talk about today is something near and dear to my hear. We’re going to talk about brix testing. So, in a recent episode, I don’t know, a dozen episodes back or so now, I did…

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Nutrient-Deficient (Yellowing Leaves) Pepper Fix – This Week In the Garden

Now we’re going to take a look at our pepper plant. We think there may be some nutrient deficiency going on with this. If you look at the older leaves, you can see some yellowing. Again, for me, that’s always an indicator of a nutrient deficiency, and you see this first on your older leaves,…

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