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What is "essential"?
a) Onions
b) Basil
c) Garlic
What else is a "must"?
a) Eggplant
b) Mushrooms
c) Ham
Who is she afraid might hear this?
a) Her dad
b) Her mom
c) Her Italian friend
What is her special ingredient?
a) Ground beef
b) Tofu
c) Bacon
What else does she add ?
a) Lots of pepper
b) Oregano
c) Ginger
Hi! This is Jessica and today I'm going to talk about spaghetti. Now a lot of people think
that is might just be really easy to make, but let me tell you, mine is the top of the the
top. It's, I can make a mean spaghetti. So first, I take and I cut up garlic. Garlic is essential.
As much garlic as you can possibly stand to cut, and then I cut some onion and put that all together, and fry
it with olive oil. Then basically after that point, it kind of varies. It just depends on whatever
vegetables I have around. Usually I put in like green peppers, definitely mushrooms. Mushrooms are a must.
Um, let's see, and then basically it depends on the time of the year, so if it's summer I'll just put
in like squash and, so I saute all the vegetables up, and get them to the point where they are just right
and then I put oregano in hopefully, hopefully, the best is if it's fresh but, you know, you can't have it
all so, you put in oregano, and then from there, I put in, and I hope my dad's not listening because
he'll never eat it after this point, but I put in tofu ground beef, so you can't really taste it, um,
I mean you can taste it. It tastes like beef, but nobody knows that it's tofu, just because I don't
particularly like raw meat, so Tofu I think is the way to go, so then, um, so I put that in there,
and you don't really have to cook it, you just warm it up, so I just cook it all together, warm it all together.
And then I put in some fresh tomatoes, and then I usually use like a half a can of whatever tomato sauce is on sale,
whatever pasta sauce, and then again a little more oregano, and just let it simmer to absorb all the flavor. That's
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