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Do I always have to peel garlic?

Is it safe to prepare ginger garlic paste without peeling garlic skin ?? I always peel garlic which is a labourious and time taking process. I would like to know whether if it is ok to make paste ...
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Roasting marshmallows on indoors

Can I use Choice Ethanol Gel Chafing Dish Fuel to cook marshmallows, or do I have to use a certain kind.
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What are the tradeoffs between spiral and C-shaped dough hooks?

I have misplaced the dough hook attachment for my KitchenAid stand mixer, and I'm debating what type of dough hook attachment to purchase to replace it, and specifically if there are performance ...
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What kind of soup is this lady most likely making?

I was watching Gordon's Great Escape: Vietnamese and they do a scene with an old lady selling soup. However, it isn't clear what kind of soup she actually makes only that it at the very least contains ...
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where can I buy a larger than usual 13X4x4 pull man pan?

I want to make Italian style pain de mie bread for sandwich which is much larger size than the usual 13X4X4 pull man pan available on the market.... if you know where I can find a larger size baking ...
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Adding parsley at the beginning of making chicken stock

I've heard that parsley is supposed to be added at the end of cooking, but this article mentions using it in making chicken stock, and I can't imagine adding it at the end since it would just be ...
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Cooking old beets

I just harvested some beets from last year, they are red in the center and the rest is a yellow white color. They are huge, so are they edible?
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Why did my ice cream turn out like this?

I suppose I should mention that its texture came out PERFECTLY, and I'd really like it to do this again. The first thing I did was heat 2 cups of sugar and 3 cups of half and half over low-ish heat, ...
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Pork sausage - difference in food guidelines

I'm wondering why Still Tasty says that fresh pork breakfast sausage lasts 1-2 days refrigerated but the company that I talked to that makes sausages say eight days from the packing date. ...
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What meat tastes different by gender?

I know of "boar taint," which describes an unpleasant taste in the meat of non-castrated pigs. Which left me wondering more broadly: Are there other animals whose meat (from an animal of the same age ...
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Custard Pudding tasting like raw eggs

So this is my first time trying to make a custard pudding(I've watched a video). And of course it came out looking horrible but I left it on the stove for 30mins. I used 2 eggs and 250ml of milk and ...
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Seasoning Mineral B Pan

Is the strategy for seasoning a mineral B pan the same as as standard cast iron pan? Is the oiling/baking step necessary? Or do you just let the cooking process season it gradually? This is the pan ...
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Adding 'netvet; to sausages

I'm not entirely sure what the word in is in the English language but where I'm from there is this one type of food 'skilpaadjies' which is lamb livers encased in the fat that surrounds the liver of ...
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What food kids love to eat the most? [on hold]

Lately, my kids 4 and 7 have become very PICKY eaters and don't eat much. If they do eat, they eat prepacked food or anything deep fried like chicken in small amount or few bites. As result, my wife ...
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cakes cooked in same tin but come out different sizes

I have recently made a wedding cake with 3 layers of cake for each teir. For each size the same tin was used for each 3 layers but when putting them together they were all different in size and had ...
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Butter vs oil in Banana bread and Zucchini bread

I've looked up a number of recipes for banana bread and zucchini bread, which I think of as pretty similar foods in terms of texture, moistness, etc. As I expected, the recipes I find online all tend ...
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How to convert a specific cake recipe I have to make brownies? [duplicate]

I have a cake recipe which I love it and would like to turn it into brownies. Can someone help me? - 3 eggs - 2 cups sugar - 3 cups flour - 2 cups powdered chocolate - 1 cup oil - 1 cup of bowling ...
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can chicken be thawed in the sun [duplicate]

My mother-in-law put chicken on the counter to thaw for an hour then put the chicken directly into the sunlight still on the counter top! I've done a little Research but have found nothing that ...
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1answer
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Finding a chunk jelly for my greek yogurt [on hold]

i used to use a brand of jelly called Bonne Mamman because it had big chunks of fruit in it. But a couple of years ago, they changed the way they make it so the jelly's a lot smoother now, and they ...
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1answer
32 views

Hot peppers in soup don't stay spicy

My favorite chicken-and-mushroom soup recipe incorporates hot peppers and, on upon immediate serving has a lovely kick. However the reheated leftovers are entirely bland, almost as if the "hot" from ...
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1answer
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What's the best way to reheat frozen boiled potatoes?

We got some imported Papa Amarilla frozen precooked (boiled) potatoes. Probably not many people know about this specific kind of potato, but I was wondering if someone knows how to best reheat any ...
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Clean fridge shelves which can't be removed?

What's the best way to clean out the parts of a fridge that can't be removed? I found that on my fridge, for whatever reason, some shelves on the inside of the door can't be taken out. Is there a ...
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1answer
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specific temperature vs “medium heat” on an induction cooker?

Some recipes call for "medium heat". . .What is the SPECIFIC temperature range for "medium heat" on an induction cooker?
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How can I make omelettes look better?

I'm working on a sort of high protein+carbohydrate omelette that I can prepare in batch, dump into containers, and take with me when I'm on the go. I've devised a sweet potato + egg recipe that goes ...
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Everyday drink that won't destroy my teeth/shoot up my sugar [on hold]

I have this weird thing where I find it very hard to drink still water, as in it scares me to do so (yeah I know it doesn't make a lot of sense but bear with me) so I drink anything but. So to down ...
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1answer
26 views

White wine v cider vinegar

I am about to use a recently viewed tv recipe for Rhubarb ketchup. Official ingredients include white wine vinegar but does say any vinegar 'will do'. I have some cider vinegar, will this dramatically ...
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56 views

What is English Afternoon tea?

I googled this, and I couldn't find an answer on the first page of results. What is English Afternoon tea, and how is it different to English Breakfast?
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What herbs and spices are used in Kentucky Fried Chicken?

Has anyone here with an apt awareness of flavors been able to work out some of or all of the herbs and spices that are used in Kentucky Fried Chicken? I feel I can taste paprika but I wonder what ...
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How to infuse coconut flavor into nuts?

While traveling abroad, I purchased a small bag of salted cashews at a convenience store. I immediately noticed that they have a distinctively different taste from what I'm used to; slightly more ...
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1answer
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I have bought a very expensive Baccarat stainless steel wok followed instructions as told by shop assistant but my food still stuck to the wok

I have bought a very expensive Stainless Steel Baccarat Wok only last week followed instructions as told my shop assistant to wipe with a small amount of oil before I started to cook which I did, then ...
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1answer
31 views

Chocolate and oil mixed

When I melt 16 oz of chocolate I add 4 oz of oil how long can I keep this and how should it be stored. Someone said something about botulism ??
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I was asking a question but I accidently did it under Answers, how can I rectify? [migrated]

Earlier today I found your website but asked a question before I knew how it worked. See my title
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1answer
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Can I leave cauliflower florets in batter overnight for making Gobi Manchurian?

So I have this potluck party coming up tomorrow and I am supposed to bring an Indo Chinese version of these dishes - Gobi Manchurian and Veg Hakka Noodles! Since I am the only one who will be doing ...
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1answer
26 views

Freezing cooked chicken from the deli?

I think this is a pretty basic question, but can I purchase cooked chicken breast from the deli at the local supermarket then freeze it? Would it be unsafe in any way to unfreeze it later to eat? ...
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How to calculate optimal temperature to extract specific compounds from herbal teas?

When making any kind of tea, I understand that water temperature can make a big difference with flavor. I'm wondering if we can also use precise water temperatures to selectively brew for specific ...
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1answer
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Is it safe to use olive oil that has gone cloudy?

I have some olive oil that has gone a bit cloudy. What causes that to happen, and is it still safe to use?
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Cast Iron - Enamelled - Season or not?

I have one of these - http://www.victoriasbasement.com.au/Product/Details/75766 - which I bought recently. Its an enamelled cast iron pan. I've been seasoning it by rubbing it down in oil and putting ...
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Will Simmering Help/Harm Pumpkin soup?

I am making cream of pumpkin soup. I need to go do the weeks shopping and also get the cream I forgot. (Cream is added in the last step of my recipie) The recipie I am using calls for it to be ...
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31 views

Chocolate and oil how to store this

When mixing 16 ounces of chocolate and 4 ounces of oil together and melting it how long will it last ? How should I store it ? Can it cause botulism ?
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1answer
59 views

Can I substitute red onion for green onion

Will red onions, instead of green onions, work with these other indgredients: Pecans, Cheddar Cheese, Mayonnaise? Thank you.
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1answer
79 views

Countering the oven spring, on purpose

In Maggie Gleer's Artisanal Baking, there is a recipe for a focaccia-style rosemary bread (ACME's herb slab). The dough is fortified with oil, and spends a long time proofing. the recipe then goes ...
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Is it safe to drink the water that basil seeds are soaked in?

Is it safe to drink the water that basil seeds are soaked in? Also would it be okay to drink that water with and/or without removing the soaked seeds? Thanks and regards :-)
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What's the best way to execute a pulled pork dish?

Like most people, I am a huge fan of pulled pork anything. But what I don't get is the actual pulling process of the cooked meat. Any cook book or cooking show will tell you to cut across the grain ...
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What do eggs do in enriching and glazing

I have got thinking about this and now I want to know an answer. In most functions of eggs (coating, thickening etc) all are from coagulation but glazing and enriching do not. What is the function ...
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1answer
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Cooking vegetables with butter and water

I have been cooking vegetables, such as pea, green beans, broccoli, etc, and even eggs, by placing some butter and water in a fry pan, then cooking the food with a lid on to steam until the water ...
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Why does Black Gram Batter turn fluffy only when stone ground?

Idly and Vada two major recipes of South India. For those dishes Black Gram Batter is the key ingredient. This soaked balck gram when ground in a mixer or food processor makes idly and vada hard and ...
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1answer
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NY Steak vs NY Strip Steak

My local grocery store (Fred Meyer/Kroger) has NY Steak in the clearance section today, (it's going out of date soon.) What I can't seem to find is whether the NY Steak is the same as a NY Strip Steak ...
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creaming butter vs adding to flour in cakes

Most cake recipes call for creaming the butter and sugar first, then adding liquids and flour alternately . Recently I have seen several recipes instructing to add cool butter in small chunks to the ...
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2answers
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Collecting & using cooking profiles on foods like coffee roasters do

With precise devices like sous vide, which have sensors like thermometers that you can download readings from, I am curious if people have started collecting 'cooking profiles' much like coffee ...
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1answer
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Are my pickled peppers safe to eat?

A few years ago, I got a wild hair and pickled some sweet and hot peppers out of my garden. It's been a while, but I remember buying the correct implements and ingredients and following a procedure ...

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