Sauté Vegetables to Tenderness Without Overcooking Them

We can vouch for the velvety, rich quality of intentionally overcooked vegetables, but in the early summer, there’s something truly lovely about eating spring produce that’s been only lightly sautéed until it’s crisp-tender. ​The Case for Intentionally Overcooking Vegetables ​The Case for Intentionally Overcooking Vegetables ​The Case for Intentionally Overcooking Vegetables Popular culture tells us that limp vegetables are sad and bad (heck, we’ve even told you that… Read more Read more

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