recook

recook

(riːˈkʊk)
vb (tr)
(Cookery) to cook (something) again
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Slices can be hard to recook because they don't lend themselves to a lot of dishes, but thick ones make brilliant fritters - just don't wait too long to cook them because they can get tough after a day or two.
To be edible, the recipients have to take them home, recook and then divide them to be fit for human consumption.
Anyway, even with facts laid out like a banquet, those minded to create a biased, bogus picture still recook the truth.
We clean, filter and recook our hydraulic oil and reuse all that.
Recipient men take it home to recook and distribute for consumption.
Careful control of moisture migration also ensures the products recook properly.