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bio website rangerpretzel.com
location Pretzeltown, USA
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Pretzel is a bit Twisted and sometimes a little Salty; He always goes great with beer!

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answered Culinary uses for hops
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answered Looking for non-standard (i.e. no dill) fermented pickle suggestions
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comment Uses for stale bread?
+1 for good humor. :)
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comment Ideal coffee grind for a French Press?
+1, now that I think about it. This is still a good recommendation despite the caveats I just listed...
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comment Ideal coffee grind for a French Press?
@Rebekah: There's a "french press" setting? My store doesn't have such a setting. Where did it fall on the scale? (iow, what settings were on either side of it?)
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comment Ideal coffee grind for a French Press?
yeah, I know about the whole "don't grind your beans at the store or it will lose its flavor" phenomenon. Truthfully, I go thru coffee too quickly for it ever to go bad or lose its flavor. Perhaps if I didn't consume as much coffee as I do, I would grind my own, but I've found that doing that requires yet another gadget and practicing until I get the grinding perfect. Plus its noisy.
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answered Yeast Aftertaste
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comment Beer batter fish, keeping the breading from peeling right off while eating?
+1, for being an AB fan.
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comment Ideal coffee grind for a French Press?
+1, Good suggestion. I'll give stirring a try.
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comment Is it possible to cook a whole fish in a dishwasher?
+1 for acknowledging "shock value"... ;)
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comment Ideal coffee grind for a French Press?
+1, this is also a reasonable answer. I may try going back to a finer grind and see if I get grinds stuck in the filter. Your suggestion about using a coffee filter isn't bad, but I'd like to avoid buying coffee filters. That's one of the points of a french press, right?