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mise en place [mi zɑ̃ ˈplas] n.
A French culinary phrase meaning "putting in place" or "gather." It refers to the setup required before cooking and is often used in professional kitchens with respects to organizing and arranging the ingredients beforehand.
Let's take mise en place a step further by actually putting the right ingredients in the right place before we even start to cook. Et voila, the complicated becomes simple and the hard becomes easy. Anyone can cook.
There's a step 0 in my recipes; prepare your bowls. No more scrolling between the ingredients, measurements, and steps. No more losing your place in a recipe amid a chaotic kitchen. Measure your ingredients and put them in their place.
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