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Mise en Place (everything ready)

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Mise en Place Mise en place, pronounced MEEZ ahn plahs, means is to have all your ingredients prepared and ready to go before you start cooking. Translated, “ to put in place.” You already apply this technique in your life.  For instance, when you go on a trip, first you make sure you have everything you need and are not forgetting anything, then fold everything nice and neatly so it fits into your bags. Or how about when you are changing the oil in your car. Wait a minute, who changes their oil anymore? How about balancing your checkbook? Hmm,…

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