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A lot of what gets passed around as fact in the food world is based on myth and people justifying their jobs. Scrambled eggs is one such thing. I have been seeing many, many write-ups lately on how to make perfect scrambled eggs, both on websites and TV. Most standard recipes have been covered a million times and it's hard to come up with new things to talk ...


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The main difference is the degradation of cell walls. The human digestive system does indeed struggle to break down the cellulose in cell walls, meaning that we are far more efficient in getting nutrients from vegetables when they are cooked. That doesn't mean however that cooked veggies are always more nutritious than raw ones. There is actually quite a ...


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I made this same mistake because I didn't read the directions all the way through. After realizing what I had done, I did a search and came across this post. Since I didn't see a response about going ahead and baking anyways, I decided might as well.... I can report back: WORST. PRETZELS. EVER. They were extremely bitter and performed terribly in the ...


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When you say "place the pieces on the grill", you seem to be missing the concept that a lot of kebabs aren't actually grilled on what we call a "grill" in America (and a lot of the world)... meaning a open surface like the one you posted an image of: When I've seen "grills" they are simply open coal spaces with a rack for holding the skewers, so the meat ...


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Historically, the practice of skewering meat had several advantages over building a rotisserie and cooking a single large piece of meat. Think about the advantages of cooking over a primitive camp fire, rather than a modern grill: Cooks quicker, saving time but more importantly fuel for the fire (think desert or other difficult terrain) Did not require ...



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