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revised What temperature to cook a pork tenderloin at?
fix spelling, add units
Jul
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comment What temperature to cook a pork tenderloin at?
Regarding the recommended 79°C, you may get different information depending on where you look. The advice from safefood.eu (an advisory board set up by the British and Irish governments) is that pork "must be cooked to a core temperature of at least 70°C for 2 minutes or equivalent (75°C instantaneously i.e. the immediate temperature reading obtained on inserting a temperature probe into the centre of the food)." The quoted text is wrong in surprisingly many ways, but I would be far happier to cook pork to 70°C than 79°C.
Jul
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reviewed Reviewed How does one remove the “fishy flavor” from seafood?
Jul
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comment How does one remove the “fishy flavor” from seafood?
Your final sentence contains a slight ambiguity. I assume you mean it is best to avoid fish if you want to avoid the smell altogether, not that you should eat uncooked fish.
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reviewed Leave Open Any secondary uses for taffy?
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reviewed Close Uses for stale bread?
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reviewed Close Uses of leftover vegetables from slow cooker
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reviewed Leave Open What can I do with leftover wine?
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reviewed Close What can I use polenta leftovers for?
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reviewed Close Uses for leftover potatoes from a pot-roast
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reviewed Close How can I use up leftover dips?
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reviewed Close What to do with tofu?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Baking course online
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to poach an egg without vinegar?
Jul
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reviewed Reviewed Tips for Removing Silk from Corn?
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revised Tips for Removing Silk from Corn?
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reviewed No Action Needed What temperature to cook a pork tenderloin at?
Jul
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revised What temperature to cook a pork tenderloin at?
added temperature units
Jul
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reviewed Looks OK Does anybody recognize this Finnish dill sauce?
Jul
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comment Does anybody recognize this Finnish dill sauce?
The word 'dill' is in the question title. I would be surprised if that possibility has been overlooked.