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    Termes en cuisine


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    French exercise "Termes en cuisine" created by fari55 with The test builder
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    1. Plonger pendant un court moment des aliments dans de l'eau chaude
    2. Tapisser les parois intérieures d'un moule
    3. Couper les nageoires des poissons
    4. Epaissir un liquide ou une préparation
    5. Couper des légumes en fines lamelles
    6. Recouvrir un mets ou un plat avec la sauce d'accompagnement
    7. Ajouter un liquide pour diluer une préparation
    8. Mettre de côté pour une utilisation ultérieure
    9. Couper en tranches des légumes ou des viandes
    10. Verser une préparation dans une corne et la garder pour l'utilliser plus tard
    11. Dissoudre,en le mouillant d'un peu de liquide,le jus caramélisé au fond d'une casserole
    12. Couper des légumes en bâtonnets








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