Origin of chicory
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How to use chicory in a sentence
The product, called NotMilk, uses more than a dozen ingredients, including chicory root fiber, coconut oil and pea protein, to make what the packaging calls a “plant-based milk alternative.”NotMilk says it has achieved a breakthrough: Plant-based milk that mimics dairy|Emily Codik|June 16, 2021|Washington Post
Bitter chicory pasta, pan-fried breakfast dumplings, a recipe for what our London editor calls “everything I’ve always wanted from a cookie” It’s week trazillion-and-ten of pandemic cooking, and you’ve hit a rut.
However, I’m currently in a chicory war with a friend, which means we’re trying to out-cook each other with more and more elaborate chicory recipes.
I went for this Food & Wine oldie-but-goodie, which tempers the bitterness of chicory with sausage and pecorino.
If you grew up in the American southeast, you’ve probably heard of chicory coffee.
The thick coffee, in two small gilt-edged cups and with that bitter bite of near-burnt Arabic chicory, has gone cold.
It does not consist of an unlimited supply of lukewarm water poured over an infinitesimal proportion of chicory.Orley Farm|Anthony Trollope
Chicory and similar roots give a dark brown, turbid infusion.
The coffee will be at the bottom as a dark layer while the chicory will be a light layer above it.
Imitation coffee beans have been made of wheat flour, bran, rye, chicory and peas.
Escarole and chicory, which are much used as greens, should be prepared and cooked according to the directions given in Art. 3.Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 2|Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences