Our Best Tips On What to Do With Interesting Ingredients

Our Best Tips On What to Do With Interesting Ingredients

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Sarah Rae Smith
Dec 29, 2011
We focus on ingredients a lot here at The Kitchn. Sometimes we are explaining offbeat ingredients, or we're discussing readers' questions about using something up (buttermilk, we're looking at you). This post takes a look at a few items you might still have lingering questions about. • 1 Is Bone Marrow Considered Offal? • 2 What Can I Do With Leftover Buttermilk? • 3 Can I Freeze Beer for Cooking? • 4 Recipe Resources for Wild Game? • 5 Can I Reuse Pasta Water? • 6 How Can I Cook with Acorns? • 7 What Else Can I Do With Leftover Eggnog? • 8 Can You Freeze Peeled Garlic? • 9 How Else Can I Use Loose Leaf Green Tea? Not Pictured Above: • 10 What Can I Do With a Whole Lot of Kiwi? • 11 What Can I Do with Leftover Stale Cereal? • 12 What Vegetarian Dishes Can I Make With Curry Paste? • 13 Got Any Creative Ways to Use Up Canned Fruit? • 14 What Else Can I Do With Boneless Pork Loin Chops? • 15 Got Leftover Buttermilk? Recipe Ideas and Inspiration • 16 What Can I Do with Imitation Crab Meat? • 17 How Can I Use Up a Lot of Raisins? • 18 Help! What Can I Do With a Surplus of Radishes? • 19 What Can I Do With Ricotta Salata?
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