Sue Batty

Sue Batty
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Sue Batty is a Chef, Home Economist and great lover of food. Sue’s passion for cooking started at a young age, so it was only natural for her to follow a career in Home Economics.
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Recent pages by Sue Batty

We always think about ingredients used in margarine production so this article tells you the oils used in making healthy margarine.
This article provide the facts about why ants flocking around a knob of butter but leaving the margarine untouched.
This article is written to let people know what is a emulsifier and why it is used in making margarine.
We use margarine in our daily diet so here are the different ways to use margarine in baking, frying, making sandwiches, spreading and toppings.
A rumour "margarine was invented to fatten up turkeys" is circulating online and by reading this article people will get to know the truth.
Are you looking for butter substitute for baking cookies? Read this article to choose the best butter substitute.
This article is written to let people informed about the myths and truth about margarine.
This article is written to let people informed about why choosing margarine for cooking is a healthy choice.
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