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I'm a software developer (currently focused on Python), living in Australia (currently focused on Sydney).

I am an on-again/off-again moderator of Skeptics.SE. (I was Pro Tem Moderator, I handed in my diamond when the first elections were held, and then ran in the second elections about a year later.)


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Jul
20
revised Are you supposed to throw away old non-refrigerated yoghurt and cheese?
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Jul
20
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24
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Feb
27
revised What spike is this? Identifying some utensils
Typo.
Feb
27
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Feb
27
accepted What spike is this? Identifying some utensils
Feb
27
comment What spike is this? Identifying some utensils
It turns out to just be coincidentally visually similar. See my answer.
Feb
27
answered What spike is this? Identifying some utensils
Feb
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17
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Feb
11
comment What spike is this? Identifying some utensils
Can you provide an example link, so we know what you are referring to?
Feb
11
comment What spike is this? Identifying some utensils
I have been googling for images of roasting skewers, and haven't found anything that looks similar.
Feb
11
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Feb
11
revised What spike is this? Identifying some utensils
Added picture to reinforce idea.
Feb
11
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Feb
11
asked What spike is this? Identifying some utensils
Oct
9
comment How long will a shooter's sandwich keep?
Thanks to the other answers above and the food-safety info linked to in a comment, I can point out that the cooking process has pasteurised, NOT sterilised the food. There are still living microbes in the food.