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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?