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reviewed Reject What flour and technique do I need for hand pulled noodles?
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reviewed Edit What flour and technique do I need for hand pulled noodles?
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revised What flour and technique do I need for hand pulled noodles?
Mostly fixing typos
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reviewed Approve How do I get my chocolate chip cookies to turn out thick and soft?
Dec
18
answered Is there a reason to not add salt when making a soup?
Dec
18
reviewed Approve How large does an oven need to be to fit a 18 lbs turkey?
Dec
18
reviewed Approve How to fry crispy bananas?
Dec
18
reviewed Edit bread flour strength?
Dec
18
revised bread flour strength?
Fixed grammar, spelling and format
Dec
18
reviewed Approve Making vegetables (those with leaf) more “crunchy” (bite/tear off easily)
Dec
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reviewed Approve What are some tips for making Baklava?
Dec
18
reviewed Edit Help identify a strange root vegetable
Dec
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revised Help identify a strange root vegetable
Fixed grammar, spelling
Dec
17
reviewed Reject Can someone identify this food?
Dec
16
comment How would I go about home smoking a ham joint?
Since this is the OP's first time curing and smoking, it might be advisable to try a smaller piece like a shoulder roast... A whole ham could be a pretty intimidating place to start.
Dec
16
comment Baking soda accident in pretzel dough - Can it be salvaged?
The manufacturer's site says it comes with 1/4 cup of baking soda... that's going to leave quite a lot of bitterness. If the dough doesn't taste too bad, I would boil it in plain water (there's no point in adding more soda to the water when you've got so much in the dough).
Dec
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revised Low Hassle, Knead-Free Doughs
edited title for clarity
Dec
15
reviewed Approve Baking a cheesecake at 325 instead of 350
Dec
15
reviewed Approve What material wok did I get while thrifting today?
Dec
14
comment What kind of food components contain more energy?
There are isn't any starch in sugar, so I edited your question to use a broader term that covers the items you listed.