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If You Get 7/10 On This Quiz, You're A Damn Good Cook

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    There are two sticks of butter in a cup.

    Each stick equals half a cup (or eight tablespoons). Check out this helpful chart for all your butter measuring needs.

    There are two sticks of butter in a cup.
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    Cherry stone, little neck, and top neck are all sizes of clams.

    Little necks are the smallest, and top necks are the largest of the three. Learn more about the different sizes here.

    Cherry stone, little neck, and top neck are all sizes of clams.
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    A New York strip steak comes from the short loin.

    It's also called an ambassador steak, a boneless club steak, or a hotel-style steak (although these terms are fairly uncommon).

    A New York strip steak comes from the short loin.
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    Sweating is the gentle cooking of vegetables in a little fat to soften them without browning.

    It's generally used as the first step of a recipe to build flavor and aroma.

    Sweating is the gentle cooking of vegetables in a little fat to soften them without browning.
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    Cremini mushrooms are also called baby bellas.

    This is because they're actually just baby portobello mushrooms!

    Cremini mushrooms are also called baby bellas.
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    A redato is not a type of tomato.

    But kumato, green zebra, and beefsteak are!

    A redato is not a type of tomato.
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    Poultry should be cooked to 165° F.

    Check out this handy chart and never overcook your proteins again!

    Poultry should be cooked to 165° F.
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    Tabbouleh is typically made with bulgur wheat.

    Bulgur is a grain made from the groats of wheat often used in soups, salads, and stews.

    Tabbouleh is typically made with bulgur wheat.
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    Mirepoix is made with one part carrot, one part celery, and two parts onion.

    It's used as the foundation of many dishes including braises, stews, and soups. Learn how to make perfect mirepoix here.

    Mirepoix is made with one part carrot, one part celery, and two parts onion.
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    Unlike most meat, fish should only be marinated for a short amount of time.

    This is because the acid in the marinade will start to "cook" the fish and cause it to become mushy (unless, of course, you're making a ceviche).

    Unlike most meat, fish should only be marinated for a short amount of time.
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If You Get 7/10 On This Quiz, You're A Damn Good Cook

You've got some work to do

You've got the basics down, but you don't quite know the intricacies of the kitchen. Keep cooking and you'll be a great chef in no time!

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You're a pretty good cook, but not a chef yet

Keep cooking and you'll be a kitchen wizard in no time!

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You're a great cook

You definitely know how to cook! Have you ever thought about being a chef?

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You're a culinary genius

Nothing can trip you up in the kitchen. Great job, chef!

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