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Questions about preparing and cooking noodles, a strip, ring, or tube of pasta or a similar dough, typically made with egg and usually eaten with a sauce or in a soup.
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Questions about the chemical composition or properties of ingredients and dishes.
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should be about mimicking some existing dish, snack, drink, etc.
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Questions about the practice of applying smoke to foodstuffs, often meat, in order to add flavor and/or preserve.
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Questions about the classic American sandwich, the hamburger and how to prepare them. Do not use this tag for "hamburger meat" aka ground beef or beef mince outside the context of the sandwich.
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Coconut generally means the sweet creamy interior flesh of a whole coconut. Use this tag for questions about selecting, identifying, storing, preparing, replacing or cooking with coconut, coconut fle…
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for questions about selecting, identifying, storing, preparing, replacing or cooking with mushrooms as a star ingredient.
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Techniques and substitutions for gluten-free cooking and baking, especially for people with celiac disease or celiac sprue.
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For pancakes and similar products like crepes.
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Questions on the applications of modern science to culinary techniques in the home or restaurant.
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a fist-sized, egg-shaped, yellow citrus fruit. Use this tag for questions about selecting, identifying, storing, preparing, replacing or cooking with lemons as an ingredient. Questions ab…
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for questions about selecting, identifying, storing, preparing, replacing or cooking with corn as an ingredient. Questions about dishes which include corn, but are not focused on corn, sh…
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Questions about the preparation or use of jam, fruit preserve made from fruit and sugar with the possible addition of pectin. Clear jam (without the bits) is also called jelly.
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