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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #16386: Cooking 2
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    Cooking 2


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    1. to combine two or more substances together into an integrated whole

    2. to reduce food to its finest form, such as crumbs, paste or powder by pressing hard

    3. to cut into coarse (= consisting of relatively large pieces) cubes

    4. to put something quickly into a liquid and take it out again

    5. to shred plant and cheese products by rubbing them against a coarse, serrated surface

    6. to press down into the dough with the heels of both hands, then push away from the body

    7. to crush food (such as cooked potatoes) into a smooth, evenly textured mixture

    8. to cut food (especially meat) into very small pieces

    9. to squeeze between the thumb and a finger









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