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Is heated up bleach dangerous?

I put my electric flattop oven on self cleaning. This heated up the top of the oven. I then bleached the flattop. The bleach steamed up and made it nearly impossible to breath. The entire room is now ...
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Cooking more than one dish that require different temperatures

I'm cooking two different dishes in the oven at the same time that each require different temperatures. One is a roasted vegetable dish that says to cook at 475 for 35-40 minutes and the other is ...
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Good spices/sauces to use on dehydrated mushrooms

I have a new dehydrator that I'm looking to use to replace some of my unhealthy quick snacks with better alternatives. To that end, I think I've found a great base for alternative-snacking in ...
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How do you make Jollof Rice?

I'd like to find out how to make easy "Nigerian Jollof Rice" and chicken
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1answer
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Can you use cooking oil to make “African Drop Doughnuts”?

Do you have to use deep-fry oil or corn oil to make "African Drop Doughnuts" or can you use cooking oil?
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Fried flour tortilla from scratch cook first or just fry

I'm working on my chicken flauta recipe skills today, I like to make everything from scratch but all I can find are recipes with store bought tortillas. Knowing how much better homemade corn ...
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67 views

Alternatives suggestions to apples and bananas [on hold]

As you are aware, lots of recipes call for apples, applesauce, bananas but I am severely allergic to them. Do any of you know of alternatives for these healthy alternatives?
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1answer
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Old stone mortar and pestle cleaning

My roommate has an old mortar made from stone that had been outdoors for quite some time. She rinsed it thoroughly,put it in a big pot, and boiled it to kill any bacteria that could be crawling in ...
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Any ideas of quick recipes for Dinner [on hold]

I am looking for some ideas on how to cook faster for dinner. Any ideas or existing recipes will be of great help.
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How to prevent Italian style rice pasta from sticking to the pot?

Every time I cook Italian style rice pasta the whole pot becomes "starchy" and some of the pasta always gets stuck to the pot. Is there a way to prevent this from happening?
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Lots of water coming out of chicken breasts when cooking in pan. Why?

When I cook chicken breasts in a pan, a lot of water comes out of them. I've seen this answer: My chicken breasts release a lot of fluid when cooked. How do I prevent this? where some people suggest ...
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Protein in mayonnaise…none?

I was looking at a Hellman's real mayonnaise jar with whole eggs and yolks, and the nutrition label says there are 0 grams of protein. How is that possible? Is this common for mayonnaise in general?
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can i blend up concord grapes seed and all for a pie?

I am making a Concord Grape pie and was thinking of blending the grapes in a Vita Mix seeds and all then cook the mix according to the recipe, has anyone done this?
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How can I process clear avocado oil with a pleasant scent, and how can I dry it faster?

I am processing my oil by cold press. I have to dry it first. I have three challenges: The color of my oil is darker than intended. My oil has a very strong smell. I am seeking a cheaper and faster ...
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1answer
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Why would you pinch egg whites when making sunny side up eggs?

At a restaurant with a window into the kitchen I saw a chef cracking eggs and pinching the top of the egg whites near the yolk before applying heat. We saw him crack many eggs and he did this every ...
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1answer
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How to bake low carb bread in a Zojirushi bread machine model #BBCC-x20

In a Zojirushi bread machine model BBCC-x20, what cycle would I bake a low carb recipe on as it does not have a low carb setting? Also, where would I find low carb recipes for low carb bread ...
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1answer
84 views

How to cook spaetzle (German homemade noodles/pasta) without it ending up soggy?

I've made spaetzle a few times now but every time I struggle with it ending up a bit wet/soggy, I try to drain it the best I can but it holds a lot of water still. I do sometimes end up cooking it ...
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1answer
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What are safe temperature ranges for fermenting miso paste?

I'd like to make some miso paste. The recipes I've seen recommend keeping the miso in a cool, dark place. Unfortunately my house gets hot in summertime and there is no cool place like a cellar or ...
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0answers
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Could B.Subtilis ssp. mesentericus develop in proofing stage?

My last breads suffer from B.Subtilis ssp. mesentericus infection - the bread became sticky in hours and apparently ill. I exchanged the flour, performed cleaning and cleansing but still the disease ...
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0answers
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Malai Chicken Curry is curdling in the Pan

I am trying to prepare a rich, creamy malai chicken curry but it's turning out to be a disaster as the marinade curdles when I put in into the pan. Here are the steps: I marinated the bite-sized cut ...
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1answer
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What is this “Egyptian Coffee”?

I came across this video on Facebook, which allegedly demonstrates some sort of "Egyptian Coffee" making technique. What exactly is the video showing? Where can I read more about this coffee making ...
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Why did my chocolate chip banana bread split?

Usually, I mix the butter and sugar first, then add the banana mashed with a little milk, and I put dry ingredients in last. But this time I put the baking powder with the butter and sugar and egg ...
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1answer
55 views

How can I cut fudge smooth and uniform?

I've recently taking up making fudge for family and friends. However, my cutting technique lacks a desirable smooth uniform piece. How can I cut equal smooth cuts?
4
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1answer
61 views

Defrosting Fish without Bag

So I am trying to defrost some frozen fish using running water, but I do not have a bag to place the fish in. If I just put the fish directly into running water without a bag and thaw it this way, ...
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1answer
59 views

Sliced Fresh Peaches - meassuring problem [on hold]

I have some fresh peaches that have been peeled and sliced and mixed with some sugar and a little lemon (approx 1/2 a bushel). I hate to waste all of the leftover peaches but all the recipes I can ...
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1answer
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Watermelon - picking and managing them during heat

There are a lot of posts and videos on the internet about picking up the correct watermelon. Sure. I get that. My question varies a little different. I currently live in the UAE and climates here ...
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0answers
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food safety after leaving out all night -soup [duplicate]

We made shrimp posole last night - fully cooked and then forgot it on the stove all night.If we boil it for 10", will it be safe to eat? House has been 70' all night.
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Time it takes for pork to go bad in hot car [duplicate]

How long does it take for a nine pound pork roast to go bad after sitting in a hot car on a 90 degree day? My husband went and bought a 9 pounder and then stored it in the trunk of our minivan. He ...
3
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1answer
44 views

My Bunn coffeemaker has started overflowing at the funnel

We recently moved to Indiana from Colorado. Our new house in Indiana has a water softener and I have read that soft water can cause Bunns to overflow. I have not read anything about how this is ...
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3answers
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What is the name for this technique to prepare eggs?

I prefer to make my eggs similar sunny side up, but I flip them and cook them on both sides. I don't use oil, so they're not fried either. I crack them into a pre-heated pan at medium high heat, ...
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0answers
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How to remove residue from starchy sausage from iron grill pan and iron skillet?

I have an iron skillet and an iron griddle. The seasoning is probably mediocre as I did it myself first time (warm up pan to hot, rub in lard with with paper towel, bake in over upside-down at 400 F ...
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1answer
91 views

Blending pineapples and coconuts whole, safety and experience?

A coconut and a pineapple and blended in their entirety, shell, leaves and all. Resulting in a smoothie like drink. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=XbKCA1KUeqQ Is this safe? As for example, it ...
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1answer
76 views

Boiling peeled peanuts

Recently I became interested in making some boiled peanuts for myself, as I have gathered that it is a very cheap, tasty (I like peanuts) and healthy food. However, every recipe that I find involves ...
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0answers
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Microwave Potato Safe? [closed]

I'm planning to eat potato as my daily diet, with that I'm thinking of the way to cook it, it's either steam or microwave it. I can just steam it but it's way too much work to be honest, so I'm ...
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0answers
67 views

Why does my coffee late taste different when pouring the milk before I add the coffee?

I always have a home made coffee late in the mornings. I use a moka pot. I usually add the coffee to the glass and then add heated up milk. I add milk until the colour of the coffee looks how I like ...
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2answers
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Is there supposed to be a difference between General Tso's and Sesame Chicken besides the seeds?

There are three very similar dishes I see on Chinese restaurant menus: Orange Chicken Sesame Chicken General Tso's Chicken I know Orange Chicken is at least a little bit different (it's typically ...
0
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1answer
74 views

In a restaurants' kitchen in SC, is it DHEC approved to store raw meat next to ready to eat food?

In a cold table, is it dhec approved to hold raw meat up top next to ready to eat food, provided they have lids. There is a 3-4 inch steel spacer in between each top holding area. It would not be ...
6
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1answer
248 views

Does temperature of water affect carbonation process

For sake of the question: I'm using a Sodastream brand I like max carbonation Normally, I use cold water from my Brita pitcher out of the refrigerator Sodastream's FAQ states: However, we do ...
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0answers
45 views

ground beef left out for 12 hours [duplicate]

I took some ground raw beef out of the freezer and put it on the counter. I forgot about it. It was out for 12 hours. My husband refuses to throw it away. He said if we refreeze it and the cook it ...
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how do you read the code on the side of the jello box [closed]

how do you read the code on the side of the jello box
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0answers
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Passive cooker hood vs recirculation one

I live in a studio that has a duct system, but the administrator doesn't allow a cooker hood with fans because it would change the pressure in the duct system. In this case, I have 2 options left: to ...
3
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1answer
45 views

Is great gluten-free extruded pasta possible?

I'm gluten intolerant and tempted to have a go at producing my own pasta. Does it make sense to use an extruder attachment for a kitchen machine to produce e.g. rigatoni or fusilli, or will this never ...
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1answer
28 views

What to do with over cooked quince jam

I ended up overcooking my quince jam. It is really overcooked. It's not burned or anything but the quince pieces have harden up due to loss of water. Can I use it for something else? I don't wanna ...
2
votes
2answers
84 views

How to clear your palate between different flavored dishes when cooking?

I found myself making a couple of disparate-tasting dishes. One was a salad dressing with blue cheeses and garlic, and another was meat flavored with thyme and rosemary. I tried to taste both while ...
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1answer
29 views

Brown Coconut water safety issue? [duplicate]

If you like sour and the water is not rancid is there any danger in drinking the water? If so what is the danger? I grew up drinking it and it was delightful. There were never any warnings against ...
6
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2answers
103 views

Why don't most ice cream recipes include salt in the base?

I've been getting into ice cream this summer and of all the recipes I've reviewed and tested, none of them call for salt in the ice cream mixture itself. (With the exception of caramel sea salt, and ...
2
votes
1answer
31 views

crispy Dilly beans

I tried a new variety of green beans this year due to being powdery mildew resistant. I grew (Provider) beans. They are beautiful long, straight green beans. I made a batch of Dilly Beans, using my ...
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1answer
32 views

Thawing haggis safely [duplicate]

I have a large frozen haggis that I'd like to use for dinner Saturday night. when do i start to thaw it, and whats the safest method of thawing to prevent both food borne illness and to preserve ...
2
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1answer
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Turn leftover icing into buttercream icing?

I made up some basic icing for biscuits: icing sugar + water. I have a lot leftover and was wondering whether there was a way to turn it into a buttercream icing? I wondered whether by adding more ...
2
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1answer
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Gluten free baked good coming out bitter

I am trying to bake gluten free and i find that my baked goods come out bitter. I am using oat flour and rice flour, can the bitterness be from that, what can i do to correct this? What is a good ...

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