Cooking Technique: Steaming

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Steaming: Mushimono
Cooking in a contained, hot, wet atmosphere—steaming— is a method of cooking common throughout Asia. Steam cooks foods quickly and without loss of flavor, aroma, vitamins, and tenderness. Many vegetables are candidates for steaming, as are poultry and seafood. Sea bream, flounder, salmon, clams, and mussels cook very well in a steamer. Several foods can be steamed together in individual servings, but care must be taken that they are cut in sizes to cook for the same amount of time.
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