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steep in Cooking topic

steepsteep2 verb [intransitive, transitive] 🔊 🔊 1 be steeped in history/tradition/politics etc2 DFCto put food in a liquid and leave it there, so that it becomes soft or has the same taste as the liquid, or so that it gives the liquid its taste 🔊 Leave the tea bag to steep.→ See Verb table
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steepTop with lid and allow lemons to steep for 2 weeks at room temperature before using.In fact, this was 1956: I was steeped in developing short story writing and interests that went with that.They brought with them a heritage and culture that is steeped in history and literature.His father is steeped in horses, hunts with the South Tetcott and is also involved with team chasing.As a child, Tucson physician Lewis Mehl-Madrona was steeped in the traditional healing practices of his Cherokee grandmother.Craving a meal steeped in tradition?