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Hamburgers are beef. Buy meat from a source that you trust, and taste them raw :) EDIT in response to OP comment: Food borne pathogens can be insidious; cooking them to death is one way to handle them; another way is risk management to avoid bringing them into the kitchen at all. Pork is traditionally required to be cooked because of Trichinella ...


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Beer pairing dinners in my area seem to be on the rise as more craft beer-centric establishments show up. This may not be true across the world, but I see this practice becoming increasingly common. BeerAdvocate, a noted resource amongst all the beer fanatics I know, has a guide to pairing and another specific guide for pairing with cheese. Epicurious, ...


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Light first, see e.g. this list for ordering them by varietals, if you have old world wine you need to decode areas to probable varietals :-) So for reds that would make a list like this. Pinot Noir Sangiovese Tempranillo Grenache Zinfandel Merlot Shiraz / Syrah Cabernet Sauvignon


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There's a bit of trickery going on in the comparison of vinegar (acetic acid) to spirits of salt (hydrochloric acid). Your 5% (0.83 molar) vinegar has a pH of about 2.5. You need much less of the stronger acid, HCl, to reach that same pH (2.5); in fact only 0.003 molar, a factor of 277 less. Since you taste the anion (acetate or chloride), not the proton ...


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First of all it is called GULAB JAMUN... Unique is the wrong word here, If I tell you what I do to make them unique, then it will not be unique anyway... There are several ways of differentiating your dish - texture, flavor, presentation. You should experiment with these and see what is pleasing to your palette. A standard variation of Gulab Jamun is ...


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We have sensors (buds) on our tongues and noses to detect compounds, these sensors send signals to the brain that are interpreted as taste and smell. I include smell in this answer even though you are asking about taste because smell is a huge component in taste, which is demonstrated every time you get a cold. These sensors detect specific flavors in foods, ...



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