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Do you need to peel an eggplant?
Nope, you don't have to. I actually prefer not to, because it adds color to the plate and it keeps texture. It will keep the plant in more edible pieces (if you skin it it's more likely to get mushy). If it's a really big plant be careful how you cook it because the skin can get very tough and stick in your throat.
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Basically the same way you peel any vegetable. A vegetable peeler works pretty well, though can be hard to get started with. A sharp paring knife will work well also. Pop und…er the grill, allow to char slightly, allow to cool, peel, enjoy.
Well you dont have to peel it. i prefer to have it peeled but you dont need to.
No, the peel is edible, but washing it is recommended. Also, the peel should be cooked before eating just to make it more palatable.
It's up to your taste. Usually it's not peeled, but if you don't like the peel, then it's OK to peel it.
peeling is taking the skin off a fruit or vegtable "Peeling" in skin care refers to the removing of the top most layer of dead skin cells to reveal the fresh layer of new an…d smoother skin underneath. Some of the common methods of skin peeling includes microdermabrasion, chemical peel, demabrasion, skin needling etc. Out of these skin peel procedures, microdermabrasion is one of the popular non-invasive and effective treatment for reducing wrinkles, age-spots, acne, fine lines, dry skin patches and clogged pores. Microdermabrasion works by blasting stream of microcrystals on the skin which removes the top most layer of dead skin cells and bacteria or dirt which clogged the skin pores. This procedure helps to rejuvenate the skin and promote collagen production, leaving your skin softer and smoother appearance.
because lack of NPK(Nitrogen, Phosphorus and potassium). Or might be in temperature the tropical areas are the good for the planting not in cold and extreme hot areas.....
The original aubergine was quite small, white and looked like an egg. Plant breeding over the centuries has produced aubergines which are much larger and in a variety of colou…rs, plum purple , white, white speckled/striped with purple and so on.
Yes, if you keep it in the fridge, it will last longer.
No, just wash it first.
An eggplant is a fruit. It's categorized under the type of fruit, berry.
For a juicer that blends everthing within it, no peel or seeds should be juiced. But such a juicer is not best used with citrus. A citrus juicer, whether powered or a simple h…and juicer, simlply reams out a cut fruit half, releasing all the juice without taking the pulp or peel, and the seeds are filtered out. For such a juicer, do not peel the fruit; simply cut it in half cross-ways. Adding to the previous answer and from personal experience the best would be to peel the rind before putting in a juicer.
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Some states are beginning to require licensing for even the 49cc. For example, in Colorado, they now require that the operator be over 16 and have at least a Class R (regular …car license) to operate a 49cc scooter. That shows the person traveling in the roadway is familiar with traffic laws. I would imagine that the P50 falls in the same category.
Eggplant has one ingredient. Eggplant. It is an oval shaped fruit, dark purple or white in colour also known as Aubergine, Melongene and Brinjal. It is known to botanists as S…olanum melongena. Native to India.
eggplant is eggplant jus cos god liked the name
No, figs do not need to be peeled before making preserves. However, you do want to rinse the figs off before doing anything with them, just to make sure there's no dirt or pes…ticides on them.
I bought an aubergine plant about one month ago it was about 50cm tall. Deep purple flowers blossomed. I went back to the shop and asked "do i need another plant for cro…ss pollination?"..........the ans....NO! i had bees going in and out of the flowers and now i have about 8 aubergines growing on this one plant and more on the way. However i have been told that if you prefer to keep the plant indoors then just use a small paint brush to cross polinate. One advise...watch out for the snail and slugs they love to munch on the leaves!!!