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This week on Cooking Issues Dave and Nastassia dish out a heaping helping of culinary assistance via the telephone as they field calls from friends and strangers alike. Tune in to hear suggestions for tackling the immense (in choice, not difficulty!) undertaking of cooking Indian cuisine, listen to the science behind and practical solution to keeping basil and other greens bright and fresh when chopping or slicing them, and of course don't miss an opportunity to hear Nastassia's astrological sign. This episode was sponsored by Whole Foods.

Photo: Bakon Vodka

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Dave Arnold, Cooking Issues, Heritage Radio Network, Whole Foods Market, new infusion technique, whipped cream bottle, infused liquor, does this also work with solids?, infusing solids with flavor, hash browns should not be chewy!, potatoes can be chewy and be good, potato ice cream, dehydration phenomenons, microwaved potato chips, Dave thinks baked potato chips are an abomination, caller question, Bakon Vodka, good uses for it?, bacon infused liquor, fat washing, another caller question, Dave works at the French Culinary Institute, no sugar diet, what desserts have no sugar?, calorie issues, whipped cream isn't bad for you, it's primarily air, eat smaller quantities, sugar free meringues, you can't use honey as a sweetener with chocolate, caller question about ethnic foods, Indian food, shy away from dishes that require a specific piece of a equipment, some need a tandoor oven, sauteing spices, read a few cookbooks, Dave doesn't support being a vegan, Indian food is vegan friendly, Indian food is very regional, nitrous, yes, microwaving, honey,

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