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answered What type of glue should I use to repair a marble mortar and pestle?
Jan
21
comment How does one peel and puree chick peas with a food mill for hummus?
@rumtscho - Yup, my search-fu was weak. The question was nicely answered in that exchange.
Jan
21
comment How does one peel and puree chick peas with a food mill for hummus?
Cooking them was understood to be a part of the process... I'm not trying to make chickpea flour!
Jan
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asked How does one peel and puree chick peas with a food mill for hummus?
Jan
18
revised Frying a rooster rather than roasting?
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Jan
18
comment Frying a rooster rather than roasting?
@MarcLuxen You are correct, I phrased it poorly. Edited!
Jan
18
revised I want to know if beet juice without the beets is available for making pickled eggs
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Jan
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revised Frying a rooster rather than roasting?
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Jan
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answered Frying a rooster rather than roasting?
Jan
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comment How to make Fennel juice?
I really enjoy practical, hands-on answers like this one. Very useful and interesting!
Jan
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answered I want to know if beet juice without the beets is available for making pickled eggs
Jan
18
comment Why won't my beans soften?
Your water may have a different mineral content than the usual "hard water" found in homes like mine. Both methods work for me when re-hydrating dried beans - if I don't use salt during the overnight soak, or baking soda during the quick-soak method, my beans, chickpeas and lentils are tough and crunchy.
Jan
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Dec
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answered How do I prevent salmon sticking to the BBQ grill?
Dec
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answered Can durian be used as a cocktail ingredient?
Dec
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answered I have a frozen brown bear (roast?) from somewhere in Alaska
Dec
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answered Is it true that all salt is sea salt?
Dec
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comment Can anybody tell me where I can find this exact spatula please?
This looks like an "adaptive utensil" meant for those with arthritis or other difficulties in grasping and fine motor control - the handle is unusually thick and contoured, and the head is much closer in. Amazon has a number of these, notably the OXO Good Grips, but nothing that matches this one exactly. You may want to check out the local pharmacies.
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Nov
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answered How to make hazelnut oil