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May
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comment Counteract the negative effects of spicy ingedients with other ingredients
"Much of the heat from chilis comes from the seeds" - simply false. The heat comes from the whitish membrane surrounding the seeds, while the actual seeds are heat-less.
Mar
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accepted Kobe beef in the U.S?
Mar
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comment Kobe beef in the U.S?
But it must mean something, right? Is it perhaps a Wagyū like cattle imported to the U.S?
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asked Kobe beef in the U.S?
Nov
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Cooking a tender pork sirloin (Solomillo al Whisky)
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accepted Cooking a tender pork sirloin (Solomillo al Whisky)
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comment Cooking a tender pork sirloin (Solomillo al Whisky)
@J.A.I.L. - would you care to share the method used (If you know one)? I saw it served all around Andalusia.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Cooking a tender pork sirloin (Solomillo al Whisky)
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Cooking a tender pork sirloin (Solomillo al Whisky)
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comment Cooking a tender pork sirloin (Solomillo al Whisky)
@GdD - Chops. The marinade called for whiskey lemon and mustard with crushed (but left whole) garlic cloves.
Nov
5
comment Cooking a tender pork sirloin (Solomillo al Whisky)
@J.A.I.L. - are you suggesting that it's simply a matter of the meat used? this could very well be the case, but still I'm sure it can be done better than the dismal results I got.
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answered How to properly vacuum seal and freeze food that may stick together
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