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overcook

/ ˌəʊvəˈkʊk /

verb

  1. to cook (something) until dry, burnt, or inedible


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Why should care be taken not to overcook cabbage, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts?

Be careful not to overcook it and it will not be pasty, but firm and tender.

The dish must be all ready, as a moments delay will overcook the eggs.

For by this method of cooking the housewife knows that the food cannot burn or overcook.

Be careful not to overcook it, and it will not be pasty, but firm and tender.

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