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Which sugar for brining?

I've come across various brining solutions that include sugars: white sugar, brown sugar, raw sugar, etc. Are these sugars interchangeable? Is one sugar more desirable for a certain kind of meat over ...
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Flour Blend for Seoul Chicken?

The chef in https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CD97u0OUbBo uses a blend of tapioca starch, potato starch, and rice flour for his dredge. Any ideas what ratio would be optimal for getting a crispy wing?
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Is there such a thing as pork stock?

The other day I made this delicious recipe of Bacon Tea. I thought I could make some more with some Pork Stock. When I went to the store to buy stock I found: Beef Stock Veal Stock Chicken Stock ...
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What is the shelf life for candy with fresh butter?

I am making a chocolate covered candy with a center that includes fresh butter, sugar and cookie crumbs. There are no eggs in the recipe. It is not cooked. What is the shelf life before it needs to ...
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39 views

Sugar substitute in pie

I want to bake a peach pie using fresh peaches but I don't want to use sugar. What can I substitute for the sugar without the pie getting "runny"? Al
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1answer
46 views

How can you make better tasting water with Silver Pulver and Mocca Master?

I want to make great water. My process Filter water first through Brita Put silver pulver to paper filter in Mocca Master. Experience the taste and adjust the amount of silver pulver. Here one ...
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Absorb precipitates when heating water in a microwave?

I boil filtered water. I notice much precipitates in the water after heating it up in microwave. I would like to remove them, and I am thinking the ways do it. Ways some absorbing stone etc ... ...
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How much coffee to use for coffee ice cream?

How much coffee should I use in making a nice sweet ice-cream? I don't want that bitter taste, just a little taste of it without getting bitter.
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1answer
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Clarified Butter for Hot Sauce?

Would there be an advantage or disadvantage to using clarified butter to making hot sauce? Often, a recipe calls for butter to be mixed in with some pepper sauce. I'm wondering if clarified butter ...
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What can I use instead of clam juice?

I would like to make a "Thai beef with carrot-basil salad" recipe. The sauce for the ground beef includes the following ingredients: 2 tablespoons lime juice 2 teaspoons sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 ...
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1answer
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What's are the benefits of different sourdough starter consistencies?

Is there any real differences between keeping a sourdough starter at a thick dough like consistency compared to a more watery consistency? Aside from the general thoughts of thicker being easier to ...
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Saran wrap changed?

Two related questions: (1) Has Saran wrap changed formula? I just bought two boxes yesterday and it was not normal. The plastic sagged and did not cling as well. Normally Saran wrap is quite stiff ...
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Tasty's Cookie Cream Puffs

@Aaronut I saw your reply to someone's problems with Choux pastry posted here: Choux pastry (Chocolate eclairs) doesn't cook properly I'm unsure if you are still active but I thought I'd put ...
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What sushi-related thing can I do with cooked tuna and salmon steaks? [on hold]

I have these steaks I bought yesterday from the Gracia market in Barcelona. Salmon and tuna. The original idea was to use these raw in maki roles, but I don't think I asked the right questions in ...
3
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1answer
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How can I bake these cheese and pimento rolls so they're not gummy inside?

I'm using a recipe for rough puff/quick puff pastry as the dough. The filling is cheddar cheese and pimentos. After baking at 350 degrees F for about 35 minutes, they are a little over done on the ...
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0answers
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Can I steam-cook food in a distiller?

I have a counter-top water distiller which I have been using to make distilled water, and it's been working fine for this purpose. Recently, my artichoke plant has produced artichokes ready for ...
3
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2answers
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What should I do with my leftover bench flour?

I make bread/pizza quite often, up to a few times per week. I work on a wooden surface for forming the dough and use a flour dredge to spread about 1 cup of flour per session on my surface. I would ...
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37 views

What do 5 star restaurants do differently when cooking steak? [duplicate]

Recently I had an $80 steak, and it was the best thing I have ever eaten. I do not normally eat this sort of pricey food and so I was shocked at just how good it tasted. My question then, what exactly ...
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1answer
29 views

Should shortbread cookies be lightly browned?

I'm trying to make shortbread cookies the proper way. Should they be cooked through, but without any browning? Or, should they be lightly browned?
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1answer
43 views

What can I use in my own kitchen to fashion a panini press?

First, I realize someone asked whether they can use a waffle iron. Great question, great idea. Alas, while I do have a waffle iron, it's not a very good one and won't fit sandwiches of substantial ...
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0answers
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How long can baked vegetarian lasagna be left out? [duplicate]

I made an amazing vegan lasagna last night but it got left out for 4 hours after we ate it before I refrigerated it. It contained lasagna noodles, marinara sauce, tofu, vegan cream cheese, eggplant , ...
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0answers
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Is my steak ok to eat? [duplicate]

I ordered steak medallions 12 - 2 0z portions. They were delivered via dry ice in a white styrofoam .. and the delivery company put in my garage without my knowledge; unfortunately they sat in my ...
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2answers
58 views

Baked eggplant is bitter - is there a way to fix it?

Do I have to throw away bitter eggplant after I have baked it? Can something be done or do I have to throw it away?
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Replacing ingredients with alternatives for the same consistancy [on hold]

I am current in ownership of a restaurant that sells pastries. For the past year or so, we've been running into financial problems and had to cut corners to make ends meet. Things have gotten to the ...
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1answer
68 views

What kind of reaction is this?

I have made elderflower 'champagne' a number of times, but I don't really understand it. I ferment other drinks and foods, and generally understand the process quite well, but I'm not sure about this. ...
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1answer
43 views

why the magnetron of Microwave is over heating?

I bought GE Spacemaker XL 1800 microwave almost 12 years ago. It was working fine until last week since then it has stopped heating. I searched at the Internet and thought it was the magnetron. I ...
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Can you thaw pork chops at room temperature and then refreeze them again? [duplicate]

Can you thaw (frozen) pork chops at room temperature and then refreeze them?
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50 views

How much dry cake mix, water, oil and eggs to use for two 4in round cakes?

I have a 15.25oz Betty Crocker box mix. On the back it says to use it all with 1 cup of water, 1/2oil and 3 eggs and that makes two 8 in rounds or 24 cupcakes. I don't know how much I need, please ...
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1answer
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Smoking time for 6 racks (18 lbs) of baby back ribs?

I have a vertical propane smoker that has slots for 7 racks. I will be smoking 6 racks of baby back ribs. I have smoked 3 racks (9 pounds) at 200-210 in six hours. I know I will need additional time ...
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2answers
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Green broccoli rice

I live in Brazil and around here is very common to make broccoli rice (rice, broccoli and sometimes garlic). I have eat it many times in restaurants, they are either white or green like the pictures ...
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What is this double-serrated knife good for?

I was recently given an unused knife from an elderly relative who downsized her home. It is stainless steel with a sort of "double serrated" edge. Out of curiosity I gave it a try and it more ...
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Cookies are soft in the middle, even though the edges are browned

So I followed the recipe posted here to get some pretty standard chocolate chip cookies: http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/ultimate-chocolate-chip-cookies/77c14e03-d8b0-4844-846d-f19304f61c57 But ...
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1answer
83 views

How can I prove ganache is safe at room temperature?

Ganache I make is a ratio of 2:1, cream is boiled 3 times to reduce water content, chocolate is a mixture of dark and milk. Upto 50g of glucose syrup is added as a preservative. I know the ganache ...
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how long can i pickle corned beef in a walk in before itgoes bad?

I am marinating corn beef and would like to know if it is safe to marinate it for 21 days without breaking health code or getting people sick?
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Homemade hot sauce- shelf life? Refrigeration? [duplicate]

I made some home made spicy chili paste experimentally. I winged it with no real research when my friend gave me a sizable bag of hang-dried Thai chili peppers from her garden. I chopped up the dried ...
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1answer
50 views

How long is wheat good for after harvest?

I'm not sure if I am asking this in the right place. I am wondering, if winter wheat is harvested from mid-May to mid-July, and spring wheat is harvested from mid-August to mid-September, then how ...
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2answers
54 views

How to Harvest and Prepare Prickly Pear Pads Without Getting Poked

I enjoy eating Prickly Pear Cactus pads, but I can't figure out how to harvest and prepare them without filling my fingers with tiny hairs. I have asked around and looked online and found sites such ...
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Letting wine reduce before braising

I've seen recipes for braising (sorry no sources available) that instruct you to deglaze with wine then let it reduce by about half. After the wine has reduced, the next steps are to add in stock, ...
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2answers
60 views

compound chocolate vs real chocolate

I have recently bought a small coating pan which I am going to use to coat peanuts & raisins with chocolate, and then polish with capol. I am quite new to the whole chocolate thing. Especially ...
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Is it contaminating the spice to touch it after touching raw meat?

When I cook raw meat, especially chicken strips, I have it spread out on the chopping board with a few bags and containers of spice to the side. I don't actually use too many shakers for spice. Since ...
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1answer
642 views

How to get heat high enough for stir fry?

Considering that mounting a fighter jet afterburner in my kitchen (or anything, for that matter) isn't very convenient or realistic, what would be a realistic way to get the extreme heat output that ...
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1answer
60 views

Chocolate chip cookies: too much butter

I made a chocolate chip and snicker cookie batter. But I added double the butter not realizing what I had done I chilled the dough until the next day. The next day when I took the dough out of fridge ...
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1answer
56 views

How to keep savory biscotti crunchy?

I've made several batches of this recipe for savory biscotti. They are a pleasant crunchy texture after baking and cooling. The next day, after being stored in an airtight container, they are no ...
5
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1answer
72 views

Are sundried tomatoes regulated in the EU?

There are different methods for drying tomatoes, and I suppose that using a dehydrator is most convenient in an industrial setting. Still, many dried tomatoes are sold as "sundried tomatoes". I have ...
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How much brown sugar do I add to one third a cup to make half a cup of brown sugar

How much brown sugar do I add to one third cup to make half cup brown sugar?
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1answer
34 views

Pork Sirloin vs Chump

I'm trying to become more proficient in my understanding of pork cuts. I've heard of the "chump" (mostly from Brits) and pork sirloin. They both seem to come from roughly the same place on the pig ...
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1answer
61 views

Ceramic made from alumina poisonous?

I was searching for ceramic knife and learned they can be made from Zirconia or Alumina. Some cheap ones could be from the latter because material is cheaper. Isn't Aluminum Oxide poisonous to human ...
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1answer
34 views

substitute for dairy products? [closed]

I am a cookery student. As a part of my course, I need to create dietary menus. I have chosen dairy free. Because I am allegy to dairy it can help me to understand how I can produce dairy free food. I ...
4
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1answer
79 views

What caused smooth homemade nutella to become grainy in refrigerator?

I blended toasted hazelnuts in a vitamix until they were a butter, added melted chocolate, then added coconut oil to increase smoothness. Here are the amounts: 450 grams hazelnuts (unsalted, raw or ...
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1answer
32 views

Is it ok to store peanut oil in the container it came in after being used?

I am starting to get into frying again. I was wondering if it is ok to store the oil after it has cooled down in its original container or if there is a better option for storage.

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