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The photo suggests you are using a knife that has serrations. Dirt can get trapped between the serrations. This is not likely to be metal from the knife, but the dirt.


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We have been selling left handed products now for 50 years this year - supplying the vast majority of specialist left handed stores around the world. I can confirm that Left handers do indeed need knives that are sharpened / scalloped / serrated on the opposite side to a right handed blade. So, holding the knife in your left hand - pointing it away from ...


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I've found a cookie jar buying guide on Walmart.com that has some interesting tidbits. For functionality alone, looks like a glass jar should do the job well. Something like this would have an advantageous shape to make cookies easier to reach, and the jar less prone to falling. One feature you may want to look for specifically would be an hermetic ...


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I've done a lot of grinding of wild game for over 30 years and used all kinds of grinders both electric and manual. For manual grinders, try attaching a steering wheel from a car as this will give you more torque and make it ten times easier to grind. On electric grinders such as the Kitchen Aid meat grinding attachment, be sure to use the coarse grinding ...


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If you are washing it every day, you should only need to use a kitchen sponge after beating out the leaves lightly. You should not need vinegar and should never use bleach, as bleach can cause many metals to rust. if this strainer was sold with the teapot, treat it like gold - sometimes it can be hard to find a strainer that fits in your tea pot PERFECTLY ...


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Actually a lot of restaurant supplies can be applied in the home kitchen, and they are much cheaper (as long as you can stand with the standard industrial design). You can go visit local restaurant supply store and check out smallwares there (Most of the smallwares can be used at home), and some equipment. Ask the sale there about the equipment and whether ...


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In Cambridge University England where creme brûlée was often made for the High Table the method was to heat the sugar in a saucepan until is caramelised and then poured over which set in a hard crust. This receipe also known as Trinity Creme dating back to the 1600.


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Well, if you don't want to spend a fortune on a Commercial Butcher Shop Band Saw, your best bet is a bone saw. Image from Philly.com Here's one on Amazon. Here's a less expensive one from Cabela's. Here's a fairly reasonably priced Band Saw with Grinder. If I was going to do a lot of butchery, I'd consider that.


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This apparently is normal for at least some GE ovens, as can be gleaned from Consumer Affairs complaints filed by Gary of Port Angeles, WA, Eileen of Henderson, NV, and Susan of Portland, OR. In two of the three complaints the smoke became intense enough even to discolor the oven-door glass. (A good deal can be inferred from that, but doesn't need ...


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I think your problem might have changed now. Considering you've now burnt off all the left over residue the smell is likely now being caused by the smoke and debris left behind inside your oven. Id be willing to bet if you gave it a good clean over with a bit of soap, then a thorough rinse with just water. You'll find the smell has gone. Hope this helps.


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Food grade antifoam. There are a zillion brands. Looks like most are silicone based.



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