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Junior programmer with a big interest in learning and becoming a professional.


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revised how do I get the salt out of my chinese take out
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comment What oil to use when cooking a salmon?
Going off topic, meaning off oil... I personally think that butter makes salmon taste better, pan or oven cooked, and only very little is necessary (I put just 10-15g between the salmon and the pan). Oil is good raw, maybe a little sprikle of olive oil after the fish is cooked. But the taste part is always a subjective matter.
Oct
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comment Ratios in traditional Thai peanut curry recipes
When copying restaurant dishes keep in mind that most Thai, Chinesse, Japonesse, Indian (etc.) restaurants use modified versions of the recipies that satisfy common tastes in the country they are found, with just an etnic flavor; otherwise they would not have as many clients. So if you find authentic recipies they would differ those in restaurants, may even be to exotic or etnic for your taste. And it's not only for exotic restaurants. You may be even surprized by differences between Italian cuisine in America and Italian cuisine in Italy.
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comment How can I get homemade yoghurt to thicken properly?
What kind of milk you user? Do you know it's fat content? Using farm milk should lead to thicker yogurt than using UHT milk.
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suggested suggested edit on What makes creme brulee set?