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CARVING - SOAP   By Chef Francisco Vita.    In this video I am sharing technics and tips about Soap Carving. Please, let us know your opinion.     For further tips and others tricks, please do not hesitate to check our:    Website: http://www.cheffranciscovita.com.br/  E-mail: cheffranciscovita@uol.com.br    Good luck for you !    Music "Through the clouds" by Francisco Filho - All rights reserved.  CARVING - FRUITS and VEGETABLES

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Carved Fruit: Display of Thai decorative fruit and vegetable carving. The carving of fruit and vegetables evolved as part of the elaborate ritual of royal Thai cuisine, and some of the finest output is produced at the Grand Palace in Bangkok. A key feature of this art is imitation — carving fruits and vegetables into what they are not, such as carrots into roses, papayas into chrysanthemums and cucumbers into leaves. Special tiny paring knives are made for this purpose. ©michael freeman

Carved Fruit: Display of Thai decorative fruit and vegetable carving. The carving of fruit and vegetables evolved as part of the elaborate ritual of royal Thai cuisine, and some of the finest output is produced at the Grand Palace in Bangkok. A key feature of this art is imitation — carving fruits and vegetables into what they are not, such as carrots into roses, papayas into chrysanthemums and cucumbers into leaves. Special tiny paring knives are made for this purpose. ©michael freeman

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