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The importance of texture

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texture is definitley important, most of the time when your eating osmething..u cna only taste onething but it tastes betetr cause of texture ex:subway sub....
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jayisthebest88 wrote:texture is definitley important, most of the time when your eating osmething..u cna only taste onething but it tastes betetr cause of texture ex:subway sub....

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Yeah I'd say texture is pretty important. Take spring rolls for example, when I eat a soggy one, or one that's not fresh I find it an okay snack, but not very enjoyable. When you have a spring roll fresh out of the oven, it tastes great, the thin and crispy outer layer makes it much better to eat.
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wbastien wrote:hard shell all the way!!
sorry, hard shells are okay but a hard shell wraped in a soft one is better...
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texture is very important, when you eat soggy stuff it is always good to have some crunchy stuff in it, ex.Yogurt with granola.

My fav is putting chips into my burger or sandwich.
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Sajjad wrote:Today we are going to discuss the importance of texture in cuisine.

I beleive that texture, is the next important thing to flavour. At first when you put the food in your mouth, you immediately sense the flavor with your taste-buds. Secondly, you sense the texture/feeling of the food with your tongue itself. This is why texture is an important part of a meal.
Yeah, if I'm making gravy, I don't want lumps in it. :)
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gordholio wrote:Yeah, if I'm making gravy, I don't want lumps in it. :)
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Apparently SOME people actually enjoy lumps in their gravy! :D
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toalan wrote:texture is very important, when you eat soggy stuff it is always good to have some crunchy stuff in it, ex.Yogurt with granola.

My fav is putting chips into my burger or sandwich.
I like to mix corn niblets with steam rice, mash potato or potato salad
to balance the hard and soft.
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toalan wrote:texture is very important, when you eat soggy stuff it is always good to have some crunchy stuff in it, ex.Yogurt with granola.

My fav is putting chips into my burger or sandwich.

Hmm,, where can I get granola...I've always wanted to try it.

You see guys!!! Texture is important!! :)
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