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comment What’s the sulfur in dumplings for?
Thanks for the info, especially on the “dumpling helper” substance and the suggested substitutes. Btw. the apricot dumplings you are referring to appear to be very similar to the prune variety I know. The recipe matches more or less exactly, up to the detail with the sugar cube inside (we use only half a cube but that’s marginal).
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comment What’s the sulfur in dumplings for?
@soegaard I noticed that. However, it’s also promotional material for regional tourism so what they claim will be exaggerated.
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comment Substitute rabbit in chicken recipes?
@Jefromi I guess so. My preferred hypothesis is that it might largely depend on how both kinds of meats are prepared, which afair used to be quite different. I’m already planning an empirical test: same recipe, different meat. (Biggest problem turns out to be the acquisition: the places where I looked so far sell rabbit only without the head, which takes much of the fun out of eating it :-/ )
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comment Substitute rabbit in chicken recipes?
Let me clarify that I wasn’t talking about game either. Afair all my rabbits up to date enjoyed an idyllic life on a farm.
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