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A Wok

We recently acquired an electric wok.

Now I'm pretty anti-wok myself – or at least I was. Over the years I've had several of these curvy cooking pots and I have never had any real success with them – they either stuck or burnt or produced mysterious hot spots on them, or something else equally unplanned.

Being a vegetarian (of the vegan variety), something like a wok is an attractive thought - you can cook your veggies quickly and simply and, with some rice, make a very simple, tasty and nutritious meal quickly and easily. At least that was always the plan; the reality was usually a burnt mess and a serious loss of temper, followed by a loud clang as the wok was consigned to the trash bin.

Our new electric number is, however unlikely it may sound, absolutely perfect! 100% success all the time! Quick and easy and – hear this – FUN to cook with. We love it!


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