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  1. Terry

    I see that you do not salt the eggplant and let the bitter liquid drain out. Do you have a reason for this? I ask, only because I’m lazy, and would LOVE to omit a recipe step!

    1. Aleia's

      Hi Terry,
      Thank you for contacting us. Salting eggplant is a common method of removing excess moisture and bitterness. Some recipes do not require salting eggplant. If you are making stuffed eggplant and use fresh eggplant with a firm skin and good weight to it, you can skip the salting process. Heavier fruit indicates freshness and hydration. For older eggplant, you may need to salt it to remove moisture and bitterness.


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