Using the term "boiled" when referring to cooking eggs in the shell can be misleading, because eggs referred to as "hard-boiled" or "soft-boiled" should never be cooked at a full boil for the entire length of the cooking time.
A type of product that controls or protects liquids from boiling over while cooking, often referred to as a "pot watcher" that is used to keep the liquid contained to a rolling boil rather than foaming boil.
A common sauce or paste that is used to flavor Asian food dishes. Crab paste is made from the meat of fresh crabs that is salt dried or salted and fermented to provide a soft, paste textured seasoning for foods.
A rice product marketed as a convenience food in which parboiled rice is sealed in a plastic bag. The home cook simply plunges the bag into a pan of boiling water and it is cooked for the length of time called for on the package instructions.