The plastic clings to the meat and the escalopes flatten quickly. The meat need not be very thinly batted out; if it is too thin you will taste only the fried crumbs. But the thickness should be even.
Fair trade certified food ensures a proper wage and working conditions for those who harvest and handle it. But fair trade is green for the environment as well. TransFair, the only fair trade certifier in the U.S., has strong environmental standards built into its certification process that protect watersheds and virgin forests, help prevent erosion, promote natural soil fertility and water conservation, and prohibit GMOs and many synthetic chemicals. TransFair claims that their environmental standards are the most stringent in the industry.
will eat only Swiss or Dutch chocolate, which cannot be found except in a special store.
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