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If you like your tea barefoot, it doesn’t mean you’re kicking your shoes off. It means you’re drinking it without milk or sugar. Similarly, barefoot bread is made without shortening, lard, or eggs, and barefoot dumplings are made of just water, grease, and salt. The Scottish National Dictionary also mentions barefoot broth, made of the most basic ingredients. This is part of a complete episode.

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