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Sep
6
comment Are seeds in melons and other fruits good to eat?
According to this site about 0.68mg per lb body weight constitutes a lethal dose of cyanide. If each (raw) bitter almond contains 4-9mg of hydrogen cyanide, then it only takes 13-30 kernels to kill an adult of my size (~180lb). It would only take 3-7 kernels to kill your average 5 year old (~40lb).
Sep
6
reviewed Leave Open What are proper methods of cooking stovetop lentils?
Sep
6
reviewed Close Sprouting Potatoes in Fridge? Safe to eat?
Sep
6
reviewed Close Coooking the Turkey the night before
Sep
6
reviewed Close How many peppercorns to a 2 litre Beef Casserole?
Sep
6
reviewed Close How much nutrition dissolves in boiling water?
Sep
6
reviewed Leave Open How are macaroon feet formed?
Sep
6
reviewed Leave Open Are seeds in melons and other fruits good to eat?
Aug
5
reviewed Leave Open Why does room temperature coffee taste so bad, even to asnomics?
Aug
5
reviewed Leave Open What are the signs of a watermelon past its best?
Aug
5
reviewed Leave Open Does peppermint flavour work with orange flavour?
Aug
5
reviewed Close Does pizza need yeast?
Aug
5
reviewed Close What makes certain fruits work well in savory dishes?
Aug
4
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
30
awarded  Yearling
Jul
25
accepted How is gelatine sold in U.S. grocery stores?
Jul
19
reviewed Leave Open 4 tablespoons of butter is how many tablespoons of coconut oil
Jul
19
comment How is gelatine sold in U.S. grocery stores?
You can buy either powdered or sheet gelatine in the shops here; I only wanted to know which one to go for. The real sticking points for me are how much a standard package contains, and whether the blooms for US and EU gelatine are similar (comments from Marti suggest that they are).
Jul
19
asked How is gelatine sold in U.S. grocery stores?
Jul
16
reviewed Looks Good How dangerous is it to refreeze meat that has been thawed?