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Apr
25
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
21
reviewed Leave Closed What is the name of the sauce served with fried rice in Indian restaurants
Apr
21
reviewed Edit Are Asian Pears Bitter? Mine Was
Apr
21
revised Are Asian Pears Bitter? Mine Was
removed broken link to image, inserted an image of a nashi pear since the answers suggest that the original image showed one
Apr
20
reviewed Reviewed Substitution for baking soda?
Apr
20
comment Substitution for baking soda?
The question is about replacing baking soda with baking powder, not the reverse.
Apr
20
reviewed Reviewed How do I bake chocolate chip cookies like Subway?
Apr
20
reviewed No Action Needed What makes the Pillsbury canned biscuits puff up?
Apr
20
reviewed No Action Needed Cooking pasta in the microwave
Apr
20
reviewed Leave Open Baked tortilla chips: how to make them quicker and more consistent?
Apr
19
reviewed No Action Needed Substitute peanut butter for cookie butter?
Apr
19
reviewed No Action Needed How much is a cup of graham cracker crumbs in crackers and weight?
Apr
19
reviewed Close Is it possible to make guacamole without acid?
Apr
19
comment What is the white sauce of Domino's pasta made of?
The Maltodextrin, Nonfat Milk, Modified Corn Starch, Xanthan Gum and Mono and Diglycerides are for thickening and stabilizing what would otherwise be a watery mess with melted margarine floating atop. You can use thickening agents available from your supermarket instead. The Disodium Inosinate+Disodium Guanylate combo is to enhance the umami flavor of the Parmesan and chicken (and to my cynical mind, in order to avoid putting MSG in the ingredient list). You can probably ignore these taste enhancers if the cheeses and chicken stock provide enough flavor, otherwise you may need to add MSG.
Apr
18
reviewed No Action Needed How can I stop fish from sticking to a stainless steel pan?
Apr
18
reviewed Reviewed Is there such a thing as “food grade CO2”?
Apr
18
comment Is there such a thing as “food grade CO2”?
As other answers suggest, non-food grade CO2 may contain other impurities that you wouldn't want to consume. I find it difficult to judge how dangerous this advice is and since you provide no sources, I'm voting down for safety's sake.
Apr
18
reviewed Looks OK What's the name of this slow cooking technique?
Apr
18
reviewed Looks OK What is the white sauce of Domino's pasta made of?
Apr
18
revised What is the white sauce of Domino's pasta made of?
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