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Answer #1 | 12/10 2014 17:04
Ewww gi vegan
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Answer #2 | 12/10 2014 19:40
We don't have fatty liver, and I would remove the fat first. Slice them to 10mm thick, season them with S&P and dust with flour. Flash fry them both sides and remove. Add a little water to make a little sauce and return to the pan and fry for a few minutes longer and serve on toast for breakfast. Lambs Fry (liver) s by far the best Chetak
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Answer #3 | 12/10 2014 18:09
This is by far the WORST answer could anyone ever give . stuck up, condescending, helpless and noninformative. thanx for nothing jerk.. oh THANKS not thanx.. heh.. jerk...
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Answer #4 | 12/10 2014 17:17
If you mean your doctor said your liver is fatty, he or she should certainly have referred you to a nutritionist or given you a diet. If you drink alcohol, you need to stop drinking or it can lead to cirrhosis of the liver. You should also eat a balanced and healthy diet and increase your physical activity. In addition to limiting calories, avoid diets rich in refined, rapidly digested carbohydrates. This includes limiting foods such as bread, grits, rice, potatoes, corn, and concentrated sugar that is found in sports drinks and juice. Probiotics like some yogurts can also help.
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Answer #5 | 12/10 2014 17:27
First off, learn to spell Viennoiserie properly with one S. If you are a beginner with no experience expect to earn minimum wage if you even get hired as a pastry maker. Often inexperienced bakers are hired for menial jobs and then must work their way up to pastry chef. In addition your pay will depend on where you live and what type of pastry business you wind up in. You could get a job in small bakery, a factory type bakery or a hotel. So I doubt anyone on YA can answer your question. You can google for job openings for pastry chefs in the area where you want to work and see if anything pops up.
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